Daily Archives: January 31, 2019

Tesla Owns 80% Of US EV Sales, #1 Spot In Luxury Vehicle Market

By Matt Pressman With back-to-back profitable quarters under its belt, Tesla is kicking off 2019 with an emphasis on financial discipline. As Engadget reports, “Tesla’s 2018 fourth-quarter results showed the company still made a profit ($139.5 million), but it was smaller than that of the third quarter ($311.5 million). For the quarter, the company posted…

Is Australia still on the Solar-coaster?

By Nicky Ison Is Australia on the rollercoaster ride particularly for large-scale renewables or are we now on-board the good-ship renewables? The post Is Australia still on the Solar-coaster? appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

RMIT says new solar technology could transform chemical manufacturing

By Joshua S Hill RMIT designs new nano-enhanced material that can convert light to power chemical reactions, a discovery which could help deliver a more sustainable chemical manufacturing industry. The post RMIT says new solar technology could transform chemical manufacturing appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Gupta challenges coalers with $1 billion plus solar and storage plan

By Giles Parkinson Sanjeev Gupta’s plans to combine solar, batteries and pumped hydro emerge as the biggest challenge to the coal industry’s hopes in the government tender for 24/7 power. The post Gupta challenges coalers with $1 billion plus solar and storage plan appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

Drones rid island of rat plague

The Ministry of Environment through the Directorate of the Galápagos National Park together with the NGO Island Conservation started eradicating invasive rodents from North Seymour Island and the Mosquera Islet in January 2019. These islands are important tourism and seabird nesting sites for species such as frigate birds and swallow-tailed gulls, which are the only…

Atlas Renewable Adds NEXTracker Solar Software In Latin America

By Charles W. Thurston Atlas Renewable Energy has adopted NEXTracker’s TrueCapture orientation software for several new solar projects in Latin America, while retrofits are in the works for older arrays lacking the control system. Atlas has more than 1 gigawatt of early-stage to fully operational projects across the region Read Full Article Here For more…

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