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Apricus has announced the opening of its new production facility, an 80,000 square foot factory situated on 5.7 acres of land in Nanjing, China. This new facility will increase the company's production to more 43 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of capacity per year.
Fresh off the heels of an announcement last week from SunRun that it would start offering its SolarLease program in the state of New Jersey, One Block Off the Grid (1BOG) this week announced the launch of the company's first East Coast solar group purchasing campaign.
A company in California will make $1 billion to help municipal governments purchase renewable energy technology.
Anybody capable of telling the truth has to admit it is time to stop using coal to generate electricity. The evils of burning black rocks begin with black lung and environmental degradation and culminate in the dark forebodings of the worst impacts from global climate change. The question remains, however, of how to enlighten decision-makers and move them toward a […]
A lending company in the United States will provide up to $50 million to develop solar and wind projects in the California community of Vallejo.
Fails to include accountability mechanisms for meeting cost, labor, and green energy goals, Sanzillo tells U.S. House Committee In testimony submitted to the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, IEEFA’s director of finance Tom Sanzillo warned of significant problems with a recent agreement for LUMA Energy to take over transmission and distribution (T&D) of Puerto Rico’s electric power grid. The […]
Pierre Fortin is president of the Canadian Hydropower Association based in Ottawa, Canada [www.canhydropower.org].
Many businesses in Washington state want to use renewable energy. Starbucks, REI and Microsoft are all iconic brands in the Pacific Northwest making big commitments to wind and solar.
Can America’s power grid accommodate a more dominant role for renewables in the energy mix? As the grid stands today, the answer is no. Our society is putting increasing demands on electric infrastructure that wasn’t designed for today needs — much less what we’re asking of it to support a cleaner energy future. Modern, robust and flexible infrastructure for delivering electricity generation over long distances is essential to the nation’s successful transition to a larger share of renewable energy.
If you live in a rural area of southern India, two lights can literally save your life.