Daily Archives: April 17, 2017

Boston health care non-profit signs up for wind power

By Michelle Froese Boston-based non-profit company, Partners HealthCare, has entered into a contract with Antrim Wind Energy for a 28.8-MW wind project in Antrim, New Hampshire. The contract represents the largest direct-delivery renewables’ purchase by an end user in the Northeast, and is part of Partners’ plan to become “net carbon positive” by 2025. The…

New Yorkers encouraged to tap into $70 million EV rebate program

By Michelle Froese Editor’s note: Policies and rebates that encourage wider use of electric vehicles is good news for the power industry, which has seen a low growth rate over the last few years. And, hopefully, the power to charge EVs in New York will come from nearby wind farms. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently…

Tanzania turns to solar power to increase electricity connectivity

By Abigale Sherman As many as 60 percent of the Kenyan population now has access to electricity according to official data. But in neighbouring Tanzania, the penetration rate is less than half of that and sparsely populated rural communities are especially neglected. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar News DannyBrown

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