Daily Archives: June 5, 2019

Queensland court to hear government appeal on Friday on solar rule rejection

By Giles Parkinson Queensland government attempts to overturn Supreme Court ruling that declared its controversial “solar rules” invalid to be heard by Court of Appeal on Friday. The post Queensland court to hear government appeal on Friday on solar rule rejection appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Coal-dependent Chile vows to eradicate fuel by 2040

By Natalie Sauer Chile, the host of the next UN climate talks unveiled its plan to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, which will require one of the fastest coal shut downs anywhere. The post Coal-dependent Chile vows to eradicate fuel by 2040 appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

Attis acquires 100 million gallon per year corn ethanol plant

By Marta Ady Attis Industries has completed the acquisition of a 100 million gallon per year corn ethanol plant and grain malting facility in Fulton, New York from Sunoco, for $20 million (€17.7 million) in cash.According to Attis, the acquisition is a crucial element of its expanding technology portfolio, as it develops the site into…

Is Climate Change caused by atmospheric CO2 change?

By Bob Webster Can anyone in the utility industry (particularly those advocating for specific actions to combat climate change) address the following two-part question: 1. What specific evidence exists in the records (contemporary measurements from the late 19th-century; 11,000-year GISP2 ice core; 550-million-year geologic) that confirms the theorized relationship that.. Click headline for full article…

HYDAC opens news manufacturing facility in Texas

By Michelle Froese HYDAC’s 25,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Katy, TX. HYDAC Technology Corporation officially announced that it has completed construction of a new, 25,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Katy, Texas. The plant will manufacture and assemble the company’s line of bladder accumulators, accessories, electronics, and filtration products primarily for applications in the energy sector. The new…

Safer wind work: A Q&A with Tech Safety Lines’ Reggie Ham

By Michelle Froese Safety is paramount at any job site and, particularly, at a wind site where workers are typically dozens of feet above the ground. Reggie Ham, Technical Operations Manager with Tech Safety Lines (TSL), recently shared his insight on fall-protection and safety with Windpower Engineering & Development. Reggie Ham dons a full-body harness…

Colorado Moves Forward to Increase Availabity of EVs

By Noah Long Colorado Governor Polis’ administration announced today that after good faith efforts engaging the auto industry, they had not reached an agreement on the industry’s proposed voluntary alternative to a Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program. The administration remains committed to the ZEV program and to continue building the market in Colorado for advanced,…

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