Daily Archives: July 6, 2020

Sunrun To Acquire Vivint Solar for $3.2B In All-Stock Deal

By [email protected] California-based solar installer Sunrun plans to acquire competitor Vivint Solar for $3.2 billion, the companies announced Monday night. The price rivals that of other high-profile clean energy acquisitions; Tesla bought SolarCity for $2.6 billion in 2016, while Google acquired Nest for $3.2 billion in 2014. The all-stock deal will grow the portfolio of…

ClearVue opens solar window to trillion-dollar US construction market

By Sophie Vorrath ASX-listed ClearVue inks deal to have its solar glass units integrated with the ultra-energy-efficient building component system of leading US construction materials company. The post ClearVue opens solar window to trillion-dollar US construction market appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Do you see any changes in the industry that would change the direction of flows on the pipelines in the near future?

By Chad Herrick If so, which pipelines?Thanks!********Producer’s Note: This question was posed during a recent webcast hosted by Energy Central: ‘ScottMadden’s Energy Industry Update – “Take It to the Limit.” We thought we would bring the question to the community to see if you could help provide some further insights. About the webcast: ScottMadden’s.. Click…

Solar developers downsize to dodge complex and costly connection rules

By Giles Parkinson Solar developers look to downsize their projects to avoid complex connection rules that have delayed and added costs to many large scale projects. The post Solar developers downsize to dodge complex and costly connection rules appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Trump will delay but not destroy an electric car future for America

By FORESIGHT Contributor The US has the most to gain in reducing transport emissions, but a series of federal policy rollbacks have put a dent in electric vehicle uptake. Even so, in the car market contraction induced by the coronavirus pandemic, sales of battery powered vehicles have proportionally suffered far less than sales of internal…

Massachusetts expands electric vehicle rebates to nonprofit, business fleets

By ENN Contributor Photo Credit: Dennis Schroeder / NRELWritten By: Sarah Shemkus“It’s a big step forward,” supporters say, because fleet vehicles drive more miles than the average private car.Massachusetts has expanded its electric vehicle incentives to include nonprofit and business fleet vehicles, a move intended to maximize the environmental impact of the program at a…

Perspectives: Sustainability After COVID-19

By Jacquie Ashmore Are there ways a company or even an individual can get more active with sustainability programs in their communities? What are the business opportunities or benefits of committing to sustainability actions? Can driving climate action initiatives be good business? Excerpted follow-up questions from the OAAA Lunch Break Series with Sarah Finnie Robinson,…

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