Daily Archives: March 13, 2017

A Renewable Energy Journey in the Pacific

Throughout the Pacific, island communities are embracing ambitious renewable energy targets, many as high as 100 percent over the next decade or two. This isn’t surprising, given that these islands are already experiencing significant climate change impacts, and recognize the environmental benefits of reducing or replacing carbon-intensive diesel power generation. Read Full Article Here For…

SA seeks bids for 100MW battery plant to kick off storage boom

By Giles Parkinson South Australia to build country’s biggest battery storage plant via tender, as well as adding gas plant as “back-up”, creating a new “energy security target” and giving energy minister new powers to intervene in electricity market. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Enertronica forms US subsidiary, plans to develop 50MW PV portfolio

Renewable energy company Enertronica announced Monday that it has formed a new subsidiary company in the US — NewCo, Enertronica, Inc. The new company is owned 100% by Enertronica SpA and was incorporated in Delaware. Enertronica Inc. already holds offices in both Massachusetts and Nevada. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: PV-Tech

Firsthand Account Of Self-Driving Nissan LEAF Trip In London

By James Ayre Nissan began testing self-driving versions of its popular all-electric LEAF in London recently, as we already reported, but not much further information on the matter was available at the time Firsthand Account Of Self-Driving Nissan LEAF Trip In London was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000…

Vivint Solar extends credit facility for three years

Residential solar company Vivint Solar announced Monday that it has extended the term of the availability period for borrowing under its aggregation credit facility by three years to March 2020 — with the final maturity of the facility set for September 2020. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: PV-Tech

Massive Ford EV investment

At “Future Powertrain” March 2017, Steve Gill, Director- Powertrain Engineering Ford of Europe Ford Motor Company declared that Ford will spend $4.5 billion on electric vehicles over the coming five years. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

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