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  • How to Make Corporate Sustainability a Priority

    The attitude towards corporate sustainability is shifting. What once started as “greenwashing” annual reports, is increasingly framing and shaping operating models, business processes, and even core products — sometimes driving the enterprise to new markets with unexplored opportunities. Source: Renewable Energy

  • Australian Renewable Giant Snowy Hydro Mulls Raising A$2 Billion

    Snowy Hydro Ltd., Australia’s largest hydropower producer, is considering raising as much as A$2 billion ($1.6 billion) by the end of 2018 for a project expansion, which will boost its 4,100 megawatt capacity by as much as 50 percent. Source: Renewable Energy

  • The Future of Power-to-Gas Couldn’t Be Brighter

    The objective of PtG technology is to enable the balance of supply and demand for power in electricity networks with renewable energy. Importantly, as the use of renewable energy continues to grow there will be an ever-increasing need to support ramping and smoothing of renewables and to enable storage of the over-production via transfer of…

  • Puerto Rico School Ditches Grid for Solar-plus-Storage

    Classrooms at the SU Matrullas school in Orocovis are now entirely powered by solar panels and battery storage systems supplied by Sonnen GmbH and local developer Pura Energia.  Source: Renewable Energy

  • Nissan Sees 2025 As Turning Point for Electric Cars

    “We think that 2025 will be the turning point where the cost of an EV [electric vehicle] car, the same EV and internal combustion engine, will be the same,” he told the Financial Times. “That will be a turning point for the customer.” Nissan, through its global alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi, is the world’s…

  • Patagonia Takes Corporate Giving to the Next Level for Climate Action

    In this minicast, Patagonia launches an online platform in support of local action on climate change and visits one of the greenest U.S. cities to help introduce the new platform, called Action Works. Source: Renewable Energy

  • Backbone for New England Offshore Wind Farms “Massachusetts Ocean Grid” Takes Shape

     On Tuesday February 13, Anbaric Development Partners (ADP) announced that it had gained approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the right to develop a shared transmission system, which it says will enable Massachusetts to fully harness the potential of offshore wind power.   Source: Renewable Energy

  • Solar Powered Cold Storage Provides Relief During Humanitarian and Natural Disasters

    A 50-year old company has a solution to provide clean drinking water and power for regions that were hard-hit by the hurricanes last fall. Aldelano Solar Cold Chain solutions is providing off-grid refrigeration, water generation and power generation equipment to Antiqua, Barbuda and the British Virgin Islands.   Source: Renewable Energy

  • Solar EV Charging Gets Lift with New Partnership

    Germany-based solar and storage provider IBC SOLAR AG said it will begin making EV charging systems that pair with PV and energy storage available to customers. Source: Renewable Energy

  • Europe Goes Big on Solar; 8.6 GW Installed in 2017

    Early estimates from SolarPower Europe show that Europe installed about 8.6 GW of solar power systems in 2017, a 28 percent increase over systems installed in 2016. Source: Renewable Energy

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