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Enel Green Power North America inaugurates new U.S. headquarters

By Michelle Froese Renewable energy company Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGP-NA) inaugurated its new North American headquarters in Andover, Massachusetts this week, with Governor Charlie Baker and other federal, state, and local authorities. EGP-NA’s new office design includes several unique features including carpet made from recycled materials, EV charging stations, local reclaimed wood…

EcoFasten Solar invalidates patent claims against the company

By Kelly Pickerel EcoFasten Solar announced that the District Court of Colorado granted EcoFasten’s motion for summary judgement invalidating all patent claims asserted against EcoFasten by D Three Enterprises. The Court’s order brings the dispute initiated by D Three Enterprises to a close, giving EcoFasten a long-deserved victory. “This finding by the Colorado Court confirms…

Statoil completes transaction for Dogger Bank offshore wind farm

By Michelle Froese Dogger Bank development will consist of four offshore wind farms, each with a capacity of up to 1.2 GW, creating a combined capacity of 4.8 GW. (Photo: Statoil: Sheringham Shoal off the coast of Norfolk) Statoil and Statkraft has completed their previously announced transaction, whereby Statoil increases its share in the Dogger…

Bachmann updates its EPLAN, WSCAD and 3D CAD data

By Paul Dvorak High quality and economy of time are paramount in the engineering of automation systems in plant and machinery system construction. To meet these requirements, Bachmann provides its electronic and mechanical product data in complete online catalogs ready for download. Customers can now access the updated EPLAN macro and 3D CAD libraries. The…

State Department Reverses Obama Decision and OKs Keystone XL Oil Pipeline

By Jon LeSage The controversial Keystone XL pipeline transporting Canadian tar sands oil from Alberta through the U.S. has been approved by the State Department. Canadian oil company TransCanada can now construct, connect, operate, and maintain pipeline facilities at the border in Montana for importing the crude oil. Previous Secretary of State John Kerry rejected…

OSEIA creates blueprint to increase Oregon’s solar power

By Kelsey Misbrener The Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association and The Green Energy Institute released The Oregon Solar Plan, which outlines strategies to increase solar power in Oregon to enable the state to generate 10% of its electricity from solar energy in ten years. The report says solar currently generates less than 1% of the…

GTM Statcast: The Week in Energy in Less Than 60 Seconds [GTM Squared]

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France’s DGCCRF Clears Opel Of Diesel Emissions Cheating

By James Ayre Following earlier news that France’s DGCCRF has apparently found that Renault has been involved in diesel vehicle emissions testing manipulation for around 25 years now, the French consumer watchdog organization has revealed that a similar investigation into Opel has come up empty. In other words, no evidence was found that Opel has…

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