Daily Archives: December 24, 2015

Tesla Wishes Fans A Merry Model X-Mas With New Video

By Kyle Field Tesla blasted out well wishes for the holidays and included an interesting video which features an intense coordinated light show using none other than the recently released Tesla Model X. This seemed a bit out of character vs the hard work ethic Tesla is known for, until I thought about Read Full…

Google Taking Self-Driving Cars To The Streets

By Kyle Field A recent Bloomberg article broke news that Google parent company Alphabet is planning to make the innovator’s self-driving car unit a stand-alone business under the new parent company. This news comes from a person “briefed on the company’s strategy,” and as such, must be taken for a grain of salt, Read Full…

Mercedes Sets Up Online Santa-Class Configurator For The Ultimate Sleigh

By Jason Siu For the holidays, Mercedes is letting you configure your very own Santa-Class Christmas sleigh. The German automaker has launched a configurator that allows you to create your own customized Mercedes-themed sleigh. Users get to choose between Santa’s Silver Arrow, Santa’s F 015 and Santa’s G-Class before choosing from five different Read Full…

Tax Credits For Low-Carbon Individuals & Businesses

By Jake Richardson Some of the questions posed for this year’s Masdar blogging contest are about a mutually beneficial relationship between government entities and citizens: How can they partner to electrify transport? How can they partner to switch to clean electricity sources? How can they partner to get more people in transit and Read Full…

Labeled Green Bonds Issuance Crosses $40 Billion In 2015

By Smiti Mittal The global labeled green bonds market has crossed a grand milestone in terms of total issuance this year. A total of $40 billion worth of labeled green bonds were issued in 2015. According to the Climate Bonds Initiative, the milestone was achieved in December, and the total issuance last year Read Full…

US Crude Oil Export Ban Lifts, Could Hit US Oil Industry

By Tina Casey Just days after the US crude oil ban lifts, the US oil industry is already picking its own “energy winners and losers.” US Crude Oil Export Ban Lifts, Could Hit US Oil Industry was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Read Full Article Here…

Solar Goes on a Building Boom Despite Memories of Past Bust

The solar industry is on a building binge. Top manufacturers are adding almost 7 gigawatts of factory capacity, comparable to the energy produced by seven nuclear reactors, as they anticipate global demand will continue to rise. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Tech News – RenewableEnergyWorld.com

SunEdison & Imergy Provide Battery Storage In Ontario

By Glenn Meyers SunEdison has signed a 10-year agreement with Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator to supply 5 megawatts/20 megawatt-hours of battery storage to the province. In addition to leveraging the battery’s storage capability, the IESO intends to use data from this energy storage project to analyze how storage can be used to Read Full…

Baker & McKenzie: Borssele I & II Back On Track By May 2016

By Offshore Wind The Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs Henk Kamp must act quickly to take out the provisions related to offshore wind power generation from the recently rejected STROOM bill, and run them through both Houses of Parliament via a new draft bill to minimise the delays in the Borssele I & Read Full…

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