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GE and UKEF to develop Turkey’s largest solar project

GE and UKEF to develop Turkey’s largest solar project

GE and UK’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), have agreed to finance Kalyon Enerji’s 1.35GW Karapinar solar project located in the Konya Karapinar province, Turkey.
GE announces plan to form three public companies, spin off Healthcare and Energy

GE announces plan to form three public companies, spin off Healthcare and Energy

GE announced its plan to form three global public companies focused on the growth sectors of aviation, healthcare and energy.
Generac further expands into grid business with ecobee acquisition

Generac further expands into grid business with ecobee acquisition

Generac’s evolution into an energy technology solutions company creates many opportunities to integrate our ecobee products with their residential device offerings, said ecobee CEO Stuart Lombard.
10 Clean Energy Stocks for 2021: November

10 Clean Energy Stocks for 2021: November

It was a good month for clean energy stocks as well as the broader stock market, with the portfolio up 4% for a 20% total return through the end of October.
The impact of EV charging on the grid: business models and consumer behaviors

The impact of EV charging on the grid: business models and consumer behaviors

A parked EV has the potential to be a connected car—a battery pack engaged with the power grid with opportunities for charge coordination, interactive intelligence, and dynamic energy management.
Will New York City’s largest buildings meet emissions reduction limits by 2024?

Will New York City’s largest buildings meet emissions reduction limits by 2024?

Property-owners prepare to comply with ambitious laws to cut carbon as compliance dates loom.
Biden climate plans would cut emissions by 1 billion tons, study finds

Biden climate plans would cut emissions by 1 billion tons, study finds

Rhodium Group estimates that the initial policies outlined in the infrastructure and reconciliation plans, though subject to change, would be equivalent to removing the annual emissions from all light-duty vehicles in America or zeroing out net annual emissions from Texas and Florida combined.
Could the $3.5 trillion budget bill be cut in half?

Could the $3.5 trillion budget bill be cut in half?

Concerns by Senate Democrats could see the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package (and its clean energy investments) cut in half.
This Earth Day Change the Subject to Growth

This Earth Day Change the Subject to Growth

It’s Earth Day. It’s Good Friday. It’s a three-day Easter weekend. And Americans are depressed. Despite a rising stock market, despite falling unemployment, most Americans feel the economy is going into the tank.  The reason: high gas prices. For those who did their efficiency homework years ago (which probably includes many readers of this site) high gas prices are no […]
PV-solar-products-subject-of-Tech-Award

PV-solar-products-subject-of-Tech-Award

The Tech Awards, presented by Applied Materials (AMAT), is the Tech Museum’s annual tribute to a select group of people working around the world to help those in need. This year, one of the laureates was ToughStuff, which develops robust PV solar products -- lamps, cellphone chargers -- for personal use. Debra Vogler spoke with the company at the awards.