Daily Archives: January 11, 2019

Who Shops At Tesla Stores? — #NewsQuickie

By Zachary Shahan The data firm Factual stalked shoppers at US Tesla stores for a period of time last year and discovered some interesting things about the people who walk into those Apple-like showrooms Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean Technica

Canada Finally Joins IRENA

By Joshua S Hill In what seems like news that has come a decade late, the International Renewable Energy Agency announced on Wednesday that Canada has finally become a member, becoming the Agency’s 160th member Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean Technica

Dacia Exec Promises “Shockingly Affordable” Electric Car

By Steve Hanley Dacia, part of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance — has a reputation for building basic vehicles and selling them at a low price. The head of the brand says that won’t change when it comes to making electric cars that carry the Dacia brand. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean Technica

Invenergy advances 160-MW bifacial and tracker solar project in Georgia

By Billy Ludt Invenergy, a privately-held developer and operator of sustainable energy solutions, announced that it completed construction financing on Dec. 19, 2018 for its largest solar project to date, the 160-MW Southern Oak Solar project, located in Mitchell County, Georgia. In May of 2018, Invenergy and Georgia Power announced a power purchase agreement for…

MHI Vestas to open U.S. headquarters in Boston

By Michelle Froese MHI Vestas Offshore Wind has announced that it has chosen Boston for its U.S. headquarters. The company’s announcement demonstrates a long-term commitment to Massachusetts, advancing the progressive state’s lead in the burgeoning U.S. offshore sector. The MHI Vestas office, which will open in the coming weeks, aims to help plans for the…

Report reveals racial disparity in U.S. rooftop solar deployment

By Kelsey Misbrener Although the popularity of rooftop solar panels has skyrocketed because of their benefits to consumers and the environment, the deployment has predominantly occurred in white neighborhoods, even after controlling for household income and home ownership, according to a study by researchers from Tufts University and the University of California, Berkeley, published today…

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