Daily Archives: November 30, 2020

GE unveils 6MW onshore wind turbine – its most powerful yet

By Sophie Vorrath Global engineering giant unveils its most powerful onshore wind turbine yet, a 6MW version of its Cypress line of turbines, surpassing the 5.3MW model. The post GE unveils 6MW onshore wind turbine – its most powerful yet appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

ESG effect

By Chris Parker When I started talking to people about ESG in 2014 the conversations went much differently than today. Five years ago the responses included “tree hugging”, “feel good” and “underperformance”. Today, it’s “exponential capital inflow”, “alpha generation” and “missing the boat”. Since then a very strong growth of ESG.. Click headline for full…

What Could the 2020 Election Results Mean for Clean Energy?

By Clean Energy Business Network (CEBN) On November 12, the BCSE and CEBN, in partnership with CRES Forum, invited four policy experts to join a webinar discussion on the 2020 election results and impacts for the clean energy economy.Two views from the left came from Nidhi Thakar, Director of Strategy, Portland General Electric and Karen…

Green or Blue: What is the Best Color for the Hydrogen Economy?

By Schalk Cloete Wikipedia Creative Commons. There’s no denying it: Global political will is building behind the vision of a net-zero emission society. Europe wants to become the first net-zero continent and even China has recently jumped on the net-zero bandwagon, targeting 2060. But we’re going to need a lot more than that. As shown…

IEA’s market update on renewable energy provided an analysis of the impact of Covid-19 on renewable energy deployment – It’s not what we’d expected!

By Stephane Bilodeau Renewables 2020 – Analysis and forecast to 2025 The new report on Renewable released by the IEA in November gives great insights on the impact of the current context including the COVID-19 impact, a remarkable market update on renewable energy provided an analysis that looked at the impact of Covid-19 on renewable…

Marshall Plan for Middle America: a roadmap to sustainable development

By ENEL Foundation Contributor The Center for Sustainable Business at The University of Pittsburgh with the scientific and financial contribution of Enel Foundation and the support of other partners such as the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network released the first “Marshall Plan for Middle America” (MP4MA) Roadmap. The Roadmap – presented on a press…..

NSW and ACT ministers play it cool on electric car tax

By Bridie Schmidt Senior ministers in NSW and the ACT extinguish ideas of following other states in adding an EV tax, a move that is at odds with other jurisdictions around the world. The post NSW and ACT ministers play it cool on electric car tax appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For…

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