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Palmyra Atoll will achieve 100% renewable energy this year

Palmyra Atoll, one of the most isolated places in the world, will achieve 100 percent renewable energy this year through a microgrid project, becoming the first atoll or islands in the Pacific to achieve this major goal, the designer of … Continue reading

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Can Regions, Cities Become 100% Dependent on Renewable Energy? Absurd …

CAN REGIONS, CITIES BECOME 100% DEPENDENT ON RENEWABLE ENERGY? ABSURD? NOT ANYMORE Strides are being taken to move entire regions, as well as cities, to 100 percent renewable energy, according to speakers at the May 13-15 Renewable Cities Forum 2015 … Continue reading

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Ascot, Chaucer & Skuld Form Underwriting Consortium for Renewable Energy

Ascot Underwriting Ltd. has formed Renewco Consortium (ReCo), a dedicated and independent underwriting platform for the renewable energy industry. The Lloyd’s consortium is jointly led by Ascot and Chaucer and managed by Ascot; Skuld is the third consortium partner. With … Continue reading

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Wyandotte to construct two wind turbines on Eighth Street as renewable energy …

The World According to Mandy Macomb Daily staff writer Amanda Lee gives her take on movies, music, television, technology, games, sports and even soap operas. Article source: Article Source

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State senators dip into renewable energy fund to pay for homeland security

Email Print Comments A week after voting to fully restore the state’s renewable energy fund, Senate budget writers decided yesterday to use some of the fund’s money to bankroll homeland security and emergency management. The Senate Finance Committee voted yesterday … Continue reading

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City to look at renewable energy provider

Calistoga will consider offering residents and businesses an alternative electricity provider that uses more renewable energy at lower rates than PGE. Marin Clean Energy (MCE) is now offered as an alternative to electricity customers in unincorporated Napa County with more … Continue reading

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Final House budget tune-up tweaks renewable energy, venture fund provisions

By Mark Binker Raleigh, N.C. — The $22.1 billion state budget proposal got a final tune-up in the House Rules Committee on Wednesday afternoon, where lawmakers changed provisions dealing with renewable energy, university fundraising and a new venture capital fund … Continue reading

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Renewable energy freeze on fast track

By Laura Leslie Raleigh, N.C. — A controversial bill to freeze the state’s renewable energy portfolio standard is on a fast track to the Senate floor despite an unclear vote from the Senate Finance Committee. Committee Chairman Sen. Bob Rucho, … Continue reading

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North Carolina activists win on fracking, might still lose on renewable energy

It was one step forward and one step backward for environmentally concerned North Carolina residents on Wednesday. A successful local lawsuit ended in a de facto moratorium on fracking in the state, while a bill that would halt progress requirements … Continue reading

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Phasing in of renewable energy is best way to go

In the past several weeks, the PNM Plan to close two units at the coal-fired San Juan Generating Station in the Four Corners area and increase its use of renewable energy has received a lot of coverage and public review. … Continue reading

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