Tagged Sustainable

Energy transition in Latin America: a webinar to discuss challenges of grid interconnection and circular cities

By ENEL Foundation Contributor In light of Latin America’s current path towards energy transition, Enel Américas organized the webinar “Latin America energy transition: challenges of circular cities and regional interconnection” to discuss what will take for the region to achieve a more sustainable energy system.The focus of the event were sustainability, circular economy and Enel…

Reaching Rural Communities With Renewable Energy

By Jane Marsh Renewable and sustainable energy has the potential to positively impact all kinds of communities, both small and large, condensed and rural. However, not all areas have made the jump or recognized the benefits of green power. Reaching those communities, though, is its own challenge.The environmental factor alone may not be enough to…

ICAST enlists Nikola Power modeling software for low-income multifamily housing solar + storage initiative

By Kelsey Misbrener Nikola Power, the Denver-based climate tech software firm, is thrilled to announce it’s inked a deal with the nonprofit ICAST (International Center for Appropriate and Sustainable Technology). ICAST was selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) to implement a national initiative to overcome the hurdles of…

Archer taps FCA to accelerate eVTOL production

By mmillikin Archer, a manufacturer of electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) have entered into a definitive agreement to enable Archer to benefit from access to FCA’s low-cost supply chain, advanced composite material capabilities, and engineering and design experience. The new partnership will help accelerate Archer’s timeline in becoming…

Electron-producing microbes power sustainable wastewater treatment

Researchers have developed a sustainable wastewater treatment system that relies on electron-producing microbial communities to clean the water. The work could someday lead to reduced reliance on the energy-intensive processes that are used to move and treat wastewater, which accounts for as much as two percent of the total electrical energy consumption in the United…

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