Daily Archives: February 1, 2016

Who Else Besides Toyota Will The Hyundai Ioniq Threaten?

By Jeff Cobb For the past couple years we’ve heard of Hyundai’s pending “Prius Fighter,” and now that the Ioniq will go on sale in the U.S. later this year, in question is what other automakers might also feel the heat? The Ioniq – its name a merger of ion and unique Read Full Article…

Suzlon opens new Blade Science Center in Denmark

By Michelle Froese Global renewable energy provider, Suzlon Group, has announced the opening of its new Blade Science Center in Vejle, Denmark. The new center is focused on developing quality blades and control systems, while integrating Suzlon’s aerodynamic, loads, and new structures research across the company. “The new blade center is aligned to our Read…

Was the renewables industry better off under Abbott than Turnbull?

By Giles Parkinson The new parliament session has begun, and little has changed. Large scale renewables remain at a standstill and the Coalition government is still pushing for the removal of CEFC, ARENA, and the Climate Change Authority. Has anything changed under Malcolm Turnbull? Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Details of 2016 World’s Biggest Electric Vehicle Rally Announced

By Editorial Staff Details of the world’s largest electric vehicle rally WAVE (World Advanced Vehicle Expedition) Trophy 2016 are announced. Many electric car enthusiasts from all over the world who will take part in June traveling over 1,000 miles through three countries in central Europe. In 2016 WAVE Trophy starts on June 11th in Bremerhaven…

Energy Excelerator adds SheerWind to its clean-energy portfolio

By Michelle Froese How it works: SheerWind’s INVELOX funnel system Energy Excelerator, the nation’s largest clean-tech accelerator, recently announced its latest cohort of companies to help meet its clean energy goals. Chosen and vetted from hundreds of applicants from across the U.S., wind developer SheerWind has made this list. The companies, including wind, solar, and…

DSC and Embry-Riddle Partner in U.S. DOE’s Solar Decathlon 2017

By Press Release The Solar Decathlon puts students’ classroom skills to the test in a real-life project that exemplifies teamwork across the disciplines of science, engineering, green technology and mathematics, The post DSC and Embry-Riddle Partner in U.S. DOE’s Solar Decathlon 2017 appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Related posts: For more great articles: Solar…

Ohio small businesses sign pledge supporting clean energy policies

By Paul Dvorak As part of Small Business Majority’s statewide sign-on campaign, 20 small business owners from across the state have signed a letter pledging to support securing 50% of our nation’s energy from clean energy sources by 2030. Ohio has an opportunity to become an economic leader by committing to clean energy and Read…

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