Tagged Renewable

“The Green New Deal In Real Life” — Nonprofits WE ACT For Environmental Justice & Solar One Create Jobs With Those Reflective Beauties (Solar Panels)

By Cynthia Shahan This is what the Green New Deal looks like in real life. What an inspiration to experience first hand the harmony of a cooperative, decentralized, warm group of socially and environmentally attuned people — nonprofits working with other nonprofits, transitioning the skyscapes and the landscape naturally with an energized, renewable pulse Read…

Maine’s new Governor ends wind moratorium

By Michelle Froese Gov. Mills has signed an order to end Maine’s moratorium on wind-turbine permits. Governor Janet Mills, D-Maine, has signed an Executive Order to end a moratorium on wind-turbine permits. This order clarifies that state agencies with the legal authority to issue permits can once again do their work with Maine’s local communities…

Sunpin Solar signs 75-MW PPA with Direct Energy Business

By Billy Ludt Sunpin Solar, a California-based solar developer, and Direct Energy Business, an energy and energy-related services providers, announced a renewable energy power purchase agreement (PPA) for the full output of the recently completed ColGreen North Shore Power Plant. The renewable energy PPA covers the full 96.75-MWdc/74.8-MWac capacity of the solar project and will…

Greenpeace & Amazon Trade Blows Over 100% Renewable Energy Claims

By Joshua S Hill Global non-governmental environmental organization Greenpeace and internet giant Amazon are trading blows over a report published earlier this week by Greenpeace, which claims that Amazon Web Services is only meeting 12% of its renewable energy commitment in Virginia’s “data center alley.” Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean Technica

Is energy storage the future of renewable energy?

By Michelle Froese Essential Energy Everyday (EEE) recently released a video called, “Future Powered by Lead Batteries”, which describes how lead batteries are an indispensable part of our everyday lives and our green energy future. Lead batteries have a 150-year proven track record and are poised to provide the energy storage demand for a growing…

Does The Renewable Energy Wave Include Shell & BP?

By Guest Contributor The electric car world stops when Tesla shareholder calls happen, but another significant development occurred in late January when Shell New Energies US, LLL, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell, acquired Greenlots, an electric car charging software and hardware company. The acquisition raises questions about fossil-fuel companies and their approach with the electric…

AEMC snaps to attention on interconnector, fast-tracks rule change

By Sophie Vorrath In strong sign that the country’s energy market rule-makers and regulators are finally trying to keep pace with technology, AEMC flags a rule change in virtual light-speed. The post AEMC snaps to attention on interconnector, fast-tracks rule change appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Why 50% renewables by 2030 is such an easy target

By David Leitch In the shift to renewables, time is pressing on Australia’s incumbent gentailers like AGL. Big decisions will have to be made, and made fairly promptly. The post Why 50% renewables by 2030 is such an easy target appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

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