Daily Archives: June 11, 2019

How SKF is letting data drive its decision-making

By Michelle Froese Only a few companies lay claim to a century of business and SKF is one with 112 years of history. Founded in 1907, the bearings and seals manufacturer was founded in Sweden. Within a couple of years, it formed branch offices in various European countries, including a subsidiary in New York. Today,…

Queensland budget delivers $250 million to kick-start CleanCo

By Michael Mazengarb The Queensland budget has delivered funding for investments in state-owned renewables and an expansion of the state’s hydrogen export capabilities. The post Queensland budget delivers $250 million to kick-start CleanCo appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Report: US Residential Solar Financier Sunnova Plans IPO

By [email protected] Sunnova Energy Corp., among the largest U.S. residential solar third-party ownership providers, is planning an initial public offering that could value the Houston-based company at more than $1 billion including debt, according to a Tuesday report from Reuters citing anonymous sources. Sunnova declined to comment on Reuters’ report that it has filed confidential…

Cheap solar and wind can re-boot Australia’s economic advantage

By Giles Parkinson Cheap wind and solar will allow electrication of transport and industry, and re-boot Australia’s competitive advantage in manufacturing, steel and aluminium. The post Cheap solar and wind can re-boot Australia’s economic advantage appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

10 billion miles: US drivers hit E15 fuel milestone

By Marta Ady US association Growth Energy has said that drivers across American have reached a new milestone, hitting 10 billion miles using E15 fuel.The fuel, which is a blend of 15% renewable biofuel, was recently approved for year-round sales by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).“American drivers have clearly embraced E15 and its many…

A State or Market-led UK Energy System

By Alfa Energy Group Energy policy will either be state-led or market-based, according to a new report on the future of UK energy policy from Aurora Energy Research, especially as the UK is at a crossroads following its declaration of a climate emergency. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great…

Sunfinity Renewable Energy installs 54-home rooftop solar system

By Billy Ludt Sunview Development Company, a 15-year veteran of the Oklahoma home building industry, has tapped Dallas-based Sunfinity Renewable Energy to install roof-mounted solar arrays atop 54 homes at a development located in Calera, Oklahoma. “The solar installations make our properties significantly more competitive in the market,” said Jay Mauck, a manager with Sunview…

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