Daily Archives: January 14, 2016

Another Nevada Rooftop Solar Company Cuts Jobs

By Press Release Following the decision by Nevada PUCN to terminate Nevada’s rooftop solar industry days before Christmas, Go Solar was forced to eliminate more than 17 jobs in Las Vegas and drastically reduce the hours of 10 others. The post Another Nevada Rooftop Solar Company Cuts Jobs appeared first on For more great articles:…

NYU Study: Economics Of Climate Change Is A No-Brainer

By Sandy Dechert As shown in numerous polls, most people in the US and elsewhere are concerned about the ecological effects of anthropogenic climate change. However, another aspect of the phenomenon will impact the stability of human systems around the globe more immediately than profound environmental changes. That is the economics of climate Read Full…

Los Alamos tackles modernizing energy grid in DOE-wide Laboratory Consortium

By Michelle Froese Under a new, $220 million U.S. Department of Energy grid-modernization program, Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists will collaborate with other laboratories, academia, and state and local agencies on critical research and development in a number of key areas, such as advanced electrical storage systems and integrating clean energy into the Read Full…

Broadwind Energy announces $8 million in new tower orders

By Michelle Froese PTC extension helps Broadwind secure new tower orders. Broadwind Energy announced $8 million in new wind-tower orders from a U.S. turbine manufacturer. The towers will be produced in Broadwind’s Manitowoc, Wisconsin facility for 2016 delivery. The company strongly credits the renewal of the Production Tax Credits (PTC) for the new Read Full…

Wind investment report : Finance 2016 from Word on Wind

By Paul Dvorak The report, Finance 2016, from A Word about Wind looks ahead to the key trends and issues that will shape wind energy finance in 2016, with insight from senior industry figures. The authors Top of Form take a look at the key issues and trends that will affect Read Full Article Here…

BioHiTech and Partners to Convert Commercial Food Waste to Energy

By Press Release The BioHiTech Eco-Safe Digester utilizes an aerobic digestion process to convert food waste to grey water, also referred to as effluent. The post BioHiTech and Partners to Convert Commercial Food Waste to Energy appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Related posts: For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

2017 Chevrolet Bolt Review – First Drive

By Sami Haj-Assaad The popular Tesla Model S handles the former three elements, offering a blistering fast sedan, more than 270 miles of range and a network of fast-charging stations that will give the car an additional 170 miles after just 30 minutes of charging. But with a price tag that can easily Read Full…

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