Daily Archives: July 24, 2017

Dominion Energy issues ‘Request for Information’ for renewable purchase options

By Michelle Froese Dominion Energy has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to identify market participants interested in providing renewable generation purchase options to the company. The RFI is to support Dominion Energy’s proposed CRG Rate Schedules recently filed with the State Corporation Commission to promote renewable energy generation. Dominion Energy prefers locating renewable energy…

Creating jobs and giving power back to the people

By Victoria State Government The Government is working to help Victorians lower their power bills by investing in this improved solar power monitoring technology which enables households to monitor electricity consumption and solar production in real time, as well as monitor and control battery use. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

While You Were Blinking, Geely Bought A Rosy Future

By Nicolas Zart Chinese carmaker Geely is in a quiet and subtle strategic buying race, zipping by under the scrutiny of the media. It seems the company learned the lessons most fail with international acquisitions, to leave well alone While You Were Blinking, Geely Bought A Rosy Future was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read…

Porsche CEO: Latest Diesel Engine Generation May Be Our Last

By James Ayre The most recent generation of Porsche diesel engines may be the last one, going by comments recently made by company CEO Oliver Blume in an interview with Reuters. In other words, the company may be backing away from further development of diesel vehicles … or maybe the comments are simply meant as…

Is Bigger Best in Renewable Energy? (Webinar Video)

By John Farrell On December 5th, I delivered a webinar presentation detailing the findings of our recent report, Is Bigger Best in Renewable Energy? In this presentation, Farrell discusses how conventional wisdom suggests that larger solar and wind projects deliver energy at lower costs, but that location matters, and that the point of delivery and…

Fisker Cancels Graphene Battery Plans, Bringing In LG Chem Li-Ion

By Jon LeSage Fisker is parting ways with battery technology supplier Nanotech Energy for the upcoming EMotion all-electric luxury sports sedan. Its Fisker Nanotech joint venture was going to use battery cells made from graphene for the EMotion’s battery pack. The JV, called Fisker Nanotech, came to be with founder Henrik Fisker’s announcement of Fisker…

Will GM Replace the Chevy Volt With A Plug-in Crossover?

By Jeff Cobb Word has it that General Motors is mulling whether to discontinue the Chevrolet Volt in 2020 and replace it in 2022 with a crossover-style variant, but would this be desirable? According to Reuters, which cited “people familiar with the plans,” the Volt is one of six presumably under-selling vehicles the automaker is…

Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum Announces 2017 Preliminary Agenda and Speakers

By Sponsored Content The Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum has announced an outstanding line-up of speakers for this September’s intensive program on Yale’s campus. Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum Announces 2017 Preliminary Agenda and Speakers was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS…

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