Daily Archives: July 13, 2021

Spain’s Solatio putting up 810-MWp solar complex in Brazil

By Joe Deely Solar starting to join wind as a substantial source of new generation in Brazil. The renewables boom continues in the developing world.Solatio, a company with more than a decade-long presence in Brazil, is installing the BRL-3-billion (USD 570.3m/EUR 480.6m) three solar-farm project in the state of Pernambuco.The individual plants — the 80-MW…

KSOE Highly Likely to Land Mega Shipbuilding Order form Maersk

By Charley Rattan Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE) is expected to win an order for methanol-fueled 15,000-TEU container ships from Maersk, th Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Study evaluates biodiversity impacts of alternative energy strategies

Climate change mitigation efforts have led to shifts from fossil-fuel dependence to large-scale renewable energy. However, renewable energy sources require significant land and could come at a cost to ecosystems. A new study evaluates potential conflicts between alternative energy strategies and biodiversity conservation. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renewable Energy News —…

Zoom versus vroom: relative climate impact of remote and in-person meetings

By Vilnis Vesma Participating in a remote meeting for one hour generates the same emissions as driving just 580 metres. That was my conclusion when someone asked me what were the relative environmental impacts of remote and in-person meetings. Here’s how I approached the question…We’ll start by estimating the energy intensity of data communications. We…

Cybersecurity Executive Order The Minimum Elements For a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) | National Telecommunications and Information Administration

By Richard Brooks The C-SCRM field is rapidly moving toward more secure software supply chains. A more “product-centric” focus on risks will help software customers get a handle on software risks in a digital ecosystem. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best…

EDF Renewables builds New Jersey’s largest Superfund solar site

By Billy Ludt EDF Renewables North America and the Renewable Power business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management achieved commercial operation of the Toms River Solar Project, delivering 28.9 MW of clean renewable energy. The solar project is the largest to be built on a Superfund site in New Jersey. The solar array uses a pre-cast…

Maxeon will release new AC module under SunPower brand name

By Kelly Pickerel Maxeon Solar Technologies is expanding its AC-module line with the launch of the Performance 3 AC panel. The new Performance 3 AC panel will be sold under the SunPower brand name to residential customers through authorized installation dealers starting in Q3 2021. “Maxeon 5 AC panels are currently available in 17 European…

Western Australia plans to build world’s largest clean energy hub

A site the size of greater Sydney may host a $100 billion project to convert wind and solar into green hydrogen in Western Australia. If built, it will become the world’s largest clean energy hub. more… The post Western Australia plans to build world’s largest clean energy hub appeared first on Electrek.Brought to you by:…

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