Daily Archives: June 20, 2019

Inventing our way out of the climate emergency.

By Jim Baird Monday, Canada’s House of Commons declared a climate emergency.Tuesday, the cabinet approved the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion which is inconsistent with Canada’s climate commitments. Wednesday, the leader of the opposition in Canada’s House of Commons unveiled his party’s climate platform which the nations public broadcaster noted leaves a lot to voters’.. Click…

Fuelling a circular economy

By Marta Ady Enerkem’s waste-to-biofuel technology chemically recycles carbon molecules in waste into added-value productsImagine giving your living room a makeover using a bright new coat of paint – made from rubbish. Fiction? Not anymore. As countries around the world look for ways to transition from a linear economy – in which we take, make,…

LNG RISKS UP

By Vladimir Vinogradov REUTERS wrote.Construction delays and cost blowouts could hit the next wave of liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects as there are a limited number of contractors able to handle the huge projects, three developers said on Wednesday.Around $200 billion in projects across the globe from Australia to the United States are racing to…

The 2019 Grid Edge Investment Landscape

By [email protected] This week’s Grid Edge Innovation Summit 2019 conference in San Diego covered a broad range of technologies that are changing the nature of the electricity system, from distributed energy resources (DERs) like rooftop solar PV, behind-the-meter batteries and plug-in electric vehicles, to the software, systems and services meant to optimize and orchestrate their…

174 Power Global breaks ground on 150MW PV project in Texas

174 Power Global has broken ground on the US$200 million Oberon Solar Power Facility in Ector County, Texas. 174 Power Global also announced the launch of a new retail affiliate, Chariot Energy, to facilitate the delivery of affordable, clean energy to customers across Texas. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: PV-Tech

Juwi to develop hybrid PV project at mine in Australia

juwi Renewable Energy, the Australian subsidiary of juwi, has signed off on a deal with Energy Developments Pty (EDL) to deliver a hybrid solar project at the Gold Field Agnew Gold Mine project in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: PV-Tech

Panasonic signs three-year sponsorship deal with SEI training classes

By Kelly Pickerel Panasonic Corp. of North America has signed on as a kilowatt-level industry sponsor through Solar Energy International’s Industry Sponsorship Program. SEI is a nonprofit training organization which offers solar and renewable energy training to industry leadership and workforce. With over 70,000 alumni worldwide, nearly 30 years of experience and 100+ course sessions…

Chattanooga Airport now 100% powered by on-site solar energy

By Kelly Pickerel The Chattanooga Airport in Tennessee celebrated the completion of the final phase of its 2.64-MW solar farm. The power generated is equal to the airport’s total energy needs. The Chattanooga Airport is the only airport in the nation to now run on 100% renewable energy. “This is a momentous day for the…

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