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The (r) evolution of the solar energy sector in Spain

With an average of 300 days of sun per year, the present and future of clean energies in Spain are focused undoubtedly on solar energy. By installing over 4GW of capacity in 2019 (14 times more...

California power shut-offs drive customers to solar and storage

The devastating California wildfires and related power outages are already leading to new approaches to energy resiliency that rely on battery storage technologies.

Nautilus Solar Energy buys community solar portfolio from Borrego Solar

In addition to developing the portfolio, Borrego Solar will design, engineer, construct as well as maintain the systems. Nautilus will be responsible for the project management as the long-term owner and operator of the portfolio. Construction is targeted for completion during Q3 2020.

McDonald’s signs renewable virtual power purchase agreements in US

The energy generated by these U.S. projects will be equivalent to over 2,500 restaurants-worth of electricity.

Climate Champions Podcast: Interview with Neil Kermode – the power of the Scottish ocean

EMEC has facilitated the testing of 31 technologies that generate electricity harnessing the power of waves and tidal streams. Most recently, a successful 2MW Marine Machine. Neil is a passionate advocate for a sustainable energy...

GE signs 715-MW Asian wind order with China Huaneng Group

GE Renewable Energy and China Huaneng Group have signed an agreement to build a 715-MW wind farm in Puyang prefecture, Henan Province, China. The deal was signed at theChina International Import Expo (CIIE) and represents GE’s largest-ever wind order...

EDP Renewables, Shell pair on 200 MW California solar power project

Located near Bakersfield, the 200 MW Sandrini Solar Park, which is anticipated to be operational in 2022, represents an estimated capital investment of more than $200 million and will generate enough clean electricity to annually power more than 91,000 average California homes.

Eversource, city of Cambridge, Mass. team up on energy efficiency

The program, which will proactively connect building owners and facility managers to energy efficiency services, incentives, and technical support, aligns with Cambridge’s Net Zero Action Plan to reduce building greenhouse gas emissions and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

EDF buys energy storage, EV charging firm Pivot Power

Furthermore, Pivot Power will develop a private wire infrastructure to enable, among other opportunities, the development of mass rapid charging points across the UK.

Dominion Energy to build 150 MW solar power facility

The company has committed to having 3,000 MW of new solar and wind energy in operation or under development in Virginia by 2022. With today’s announcement, Dominion Energy has fulfilled about 45% of this commitment.