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Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?

Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?

The infrastructure bill is the largest investment in the nation’s infrastructure in decades. So how does the government go about spending all that money?
Duke Energy’s Sustainable Solutions planning its first wind farm in Iowa

Duke Energy’s Sustainable Solutions planning its first wind farm in Iowa

Construction on the Ledyard Windpower site in Kossuth County will be Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions’ first renewable energy project in Iowa.
Chevron Completes 5.5-MW School Project

Chevron Completes 5.5-MW School Project

San Jose Unified School District, Chevron Energy Solutions and Bank of America have completed what is believed to be the largest K-12 solar and energy efficiency project in the United States. The project, which includes a total of 5.5 megawatts of solar power at 14 district sites, is expected to reduce the district's energy costs by more than 30 percent.
Asia Update: Geothermal in Japan, Indonesia, The Philippines

Asia Update: Geothermal in Japan, Indonesia, The Philippines

Japan’s Environment Ministry will ease restrictions on geothermal development activities in national or quasi-national parks. Reports have estimated 80% of Japan’s geothermal resources are located in these parks.
The Promise of Clean Energy Student Entrepreneurs

The Promise of Clean Energy Student Entrepreneurs

Cleantech investing has taken quite a hit in recent years. Last year, CBS News highlighted the “cleantech crash” on U.S. primetime television, and Bloomberg New Energy Finance, a Bloomberg-owned energy data firm, has tracked the multi-year decline in cleantech investing. However, there are additional trends that tell another side of the cleantech story and suggest innovation and hope for a low-cost, low-carbon future are far from gone.
New portfolio of solar canopies in California to help reduce urban heat island effect

New portfolio of solar canopies in California to help reduce urban heat island effect

The Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) in Southern California is working toward achieving its sustainability goals by adding solar canopies at 21 of its schools.
Energy Storage, Clean Power associations planning merger to strengthen U.S. renewable energy unity

Energy Storage, Clean Power associations planning merger to strengthen U.S. renewable energy unity

The U.S. Energy Storage Association intends to merge with the American Clean Power Association in a move to spearhead transformative growth for renewable energies.
Despite Setbacks, San Diego Unified School District Asserts Commitment to Clean Energy Alternatives

Despite Setbacks, San Diego Unified School District Asserts Commitment to Clean Energy Alternatives

Citing safety concerns and the risk of fire, solar panels have been removed from the rooftops of 24 San Diego Unified School District buildings. The panels, which were manufactured and installed by Solar Integrated Technologies (SIT) in 2005, were found to have a number of defects that resulted in premature corrosion of the solar cells. The last of the defective panels were removed on August 31.
Like minds: A common agenda

Like minds: A common agenda

In January the European Commission presented its long-awaited proposal for a Directive on the promotion of renewable energies. This policy is based on the unified voice of the industry, argue Arthouros Zervos and Oliver Schaefer.
Milpitas Schools, Chevron & BOA Complete 3.4-MW Solar Project

Milpitas Schools, Chevron & BOA Complete 3.4-MW Solar Project

Milpitas Unified School District, Chevron Energy Solutions and Bank of America announced the completion of a 14-site, district-wide solar and energy efficiency project designed to supply 75 percent of the district's total annual electricity needs through solar energy.