Daily Archives: January 13, 2020

Neoen wants Tesla big battery expansion to be on line in March

By Giles Parkinson Neoen wants the expanded Tesla big battery to be operating in the grid by early March, reveals equity contribution to new construction. The post Neoen wants Tesla big battery expansion to be on line in March appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Infrastructure Fund JLC Buys Up Solar Developer Greenskies

By [email protected] Another community and commercial solar developer goes to an infrastructure fund, with the Monday announcement that U.S.-based JLC Infrastructure has purchased Connecticut’s Greenskies Renewable Energy. The benefits afforded by the JLC acquisition are threefold, according to Greenskies vice president of marketing Jeff Hintzke: the fund offers lower cost of capital, readily available capital…

Windlab announces closure of US office

By Press Release Windlab Limited (ASX:WND) (‘Windlab’ or the ‘Company’) today announces that it plans to exit the North American market. The post Windlab announces closure of US office appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Cattle Hill wind farm begins production in Tasmania

By Giles Parkinson Cattle Hill sends first regular output into the grid in Tasmania, adding a third producing wind farm to the island state’s grid. The post Cattle Hill wind farm begins production in Tasmania appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

JLC Infrastructure acquires and rebrands Greenskies Renewable Energy

By Billy Ludt Greenskies Renewable Energy, a developer of commercial and industrial solar power facilities, has successfully completed a transaction that brings JLC Infrastructure in to accelerate the platform’s expansion in the high-growth C&I and municipal sectors. As part of the transaction, JLC formed Greenskies Clean Energy to acquire substantially all of Greenskies Renewable Energy’s…

‘Good News-Bad News’ Report Shows U.S. Emissions Down 2% in 2019

By The Energy Mix Lydia Jacobs/Public Domain Pictures The United States saw its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions decline last year, according to new analysis last week by the New York-based Rhodium Group, with reductions in the electricity sector coming on strong and fast enough to offset increases in other parts of the economy.“The results, which…

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