Daily Archives: March 16, 2017

Dancing Goat Farm – Labor for Lessons

By Dovely Dancing Goat Farm Labor for Lessons Rockingham County, NC. Looking for people who live close to me who would like to learn about sustainable living, organic gardening, building a cob oven and rocket stove, canning, making cheese, goats, chickens, ducks and how to transform a 1/2 acre into a permaculture paradise, while they…

A Longer Look at Long-duration Energy Storage

According to a recent report “Beyond Four Hours: The Transition to a More Flexible, and Valuable, Long-duration Energy Storage Asset,” 80 percent of market participants define long-duration energy storage (LDS) as an asset than can provide at least 3 hours of energy storage. But even that definition of LDS was not the same for everyone,…

Bidding ends at $9 million for Kitty Hawk wind rights

By Michelle Froese Rights to develop offshore wind energy in an expanse of ocean real estate 24 nautical miles away from the North Carolina coast sold for $9 million in an auction held by the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). A Wind Energy Area of 122,405 acres offshore Kitty Hawk, North Carolina received…

ENGIE issues US$1.6 billion green bond

French energy company ENGIE announced Wednesday that it has issued its second green bond, worth approximately US$1.6 billion. The company announced that it will use the bond to grow its development strategies in renewable energies and energy efficiencies. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: PV-Tech

Nordex receives new wind order in Finland

By Michelle Froese The international developer ABO Wind has placed another order with Nordex, and this time to build a wind farm in Finland. The international developer ABO Wind has placed another order with Nordex to build a wind farm in Finland. Following a previous order for nine turbines in November 2016, a new one…

Agricultural robotic start-ups are graduating into the market

Agricultural robots are a natural next step in the technology progression of agricultural machinery. In fact, these are special times in the development of agricultural robots because the cost of computing and data acquisition has dramatically fallen over the decades, finally enabling robots that transform many aspects of agriculture. Read Full Article Here For more…

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