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EIB Reviewing Hollandse Kust Noord Loan Application

By Adnan Durakovic The European Investment Bank (EIB) is reviewing an application submitted by the Netherlands for […] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Wind » News by topic

Arizona commission extends PURPA solar contract terms to 18 years

By Billy Ludt The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) voted to reject a request from the state’s investor-owned utilities to set two-year contract terms for renewable energy projects under the federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA). Instead, commissioners voted unanimously to set contract terms at 18 years, providing renewable energy developers the financial certainty they…

Little Rock’s Bank OZK invests in 4.8-MW solar project

By Kelsey Misbrener Bank OZK announced plans for a significant investment for the construction of a solar power plant which will provide enough renewable energy to power its new corporate headquarters and up to 40 other Arkansas locations, according to Tim Hicks, chief administrative officer and executive director of Investor Relations. The bank’s investment of…

Exxon Prevails vs. State of New York

By Gary Hilberg ExxonMobil did not defraud their investors per this ruling. The state of New York tried to make the case that an internal pricing of carbon for various projects did not match the carbon pricing shared externally to investors. Interestingly there was never a discussion on what the actual price of carbon was…

Drax aims to become carbon negative by 2030

By Marta Ady Energy firm Drax, which runs the UK’s largest power station on biomass and coal, has outlined plans to become carbon negative by 2030. The company’s ambition will depend on a negative emissions policy and investment framework for new technologies like bioenergy, alongside carbon capture and storage.If Drax reaches its goal, it will…

Cost Reduction Practices – power factor correction

By Rafael Herzberg Cost Reduction Practices – power factor correctionMany companies and institutions pay power factor fines, but the worst: unknowingly!This is because these fines come with a description often unidentifiable as such “excess reactive energy”.Eliminating these fines is simple, easy and the return on investment – if necessary – a few months.Make sure to…

New CESA report outlines strategies to increase solar for the underserved

By Kelsey Misbrener A new report takes an evaluative look at policies and projects across the country, including 11 case studies, and it draws out lessons learned to guide the implementation of solar in under-resourced communities to ensure long-term economic, equity and public health benefits. Solar energy can reduce electricity costs and attract further investments,…

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