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China’s Largest Solar-Plus-Storage Project Goes Online

China’s Largest Solar-Plus-Storage Project Goes Online

China’s largest solar-plus-storage project has been connected to the grid. How big is it — 500 megawatts (MW)? 700 MW? 1,100 MW? Nope, we’re in 2020 — it’s 2,200 MW (2.2 GW). Sungrow, the #1 suppliers of inverters…

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Corporate America’s Clean Energy Contracts Drop Amid COVID

Corporate America’s Clean Energy Contracts Drop Amid COVID

It seems that corporate America is losing a bit of interest in investing in clean energy. Investments into clean energy fell 30% in the US so far in 2020, and new data shows the risk of leaving…

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How Electric Vehicles Could Influence The Road Signs Of The Future?

How Electric Vehicles Could Influence The Road Signs Of The Future?

For a long time, Tesla’s all-electric approach was like an itch that traditional automakers couldn’t scratch. Now, after it’s fourth consecutive profitable quarter, with its stock hovering around $1,600 per share, Tesla’s EV leadership stands at the vanguard of…

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2020: Fossil fuels are dead, long live the sun

2020: Fossil fuels are dead, long live the sun

We’re female entrepreneurs and environmentalists. We’ve spent decades promoting clean energy technologies. In this strangest of all years, as the death toll mounts from a disease caused by human incursions into once intact ecosystems, we’re…

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Reusable packaging provides untapped payoffs for business

Reusable packaging provides untapped payoffs for business

Remember the time when milk was delivered to your door in reusable glass bottles? If not, you were probably born during the plastics-era, which began about 50 years ago. Until the 1980s, glass or cotton…

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Who’s Winning The Renewable Energy Battle In Botswana

Who’s Winning The Renewable Energy Battle In Botswana

Fans of the Nat Geo TV series Savage Kingdom are in for a treat, as Season 4 of the real-life wildlife drama set in northern Botswana unspools on Friday, August 14. Hey, that’s tonight! As it happens,…

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Daimler Is Paying The U.S. $2B To Settle Dieselgate

Daimler Is Paying The U.S. $2B To Settle Dieselgate

Daimler made a huge announcement yesterday that it will settle its diesel emissions cheating scandal with the United States for $2 billion and some change. There are two parts to the settlement/fines. First is $1.5 billion (~€1.27…

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World’s Largest Solar Power Plant Moves Forward In Abu Dhabi With Contract Award

World’s Largest Solar Power Plant Moves Forward In Abu Dhabi With Contract Award

Plans to develop the world’s largest solar power plant in the deserts of the Gulf have been given the go-ahead, with the authorities in the UAE awarding the project to a multinational consortium on July…

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Evolving into an Eco-Friendly System: The Real ESG Challenge 

Evolving into an Eco-Friendly System: The Real ESG Challenge 

Climate change and other environmental challenges moved to the center of global consciousness in 2019. In just one sign of the times, Time Magazine chose the teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg as its Person of the Year. And…

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NKT powered by 100% renewable energy

NKT powered by 100% renewable energy

Danish cable company said CO2 emissions from energy consumption are now 66% lower than last year. Danish cable company NKT is now powering all its cable manufacturing with electricity from renewable sources. NKT said the…

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