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D.C. Halts Huge Energy Company Merger because of Threat to Growth of Renewable …

The purchase of an East Coast electric utility was halted Tuesday when the District of Columbia Public Service Commission blocked it, at least partly because of concerns that the new company would not focus on renewable energy.   Chicago-based Exelon, … Continue reading

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N.J. should keep balance on costs, renewable energy

Posted: Sunday, August 30, 2015 12:01 am N.J. should keep balance on costs, renewable energy The state is updating its Energy Master Plan, which lays out a vision and sets basic goals for energy use and development in New Jersey. … Continue reading

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Barbadian company meets with president on renewable energy

President David Granger on Friday met with a team from Innogen Technologies Incorporated, a Barbados-based company whose core focus is on the utilisation of solar energy in households and businesses across the region. The Government Infor-mation Agency (GINA) reported that … Continue reading

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This Spanish hotel chain is using 100% renewable energy in 2016

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The Observer view on green energy

In terms of timing, last week’s government decision to slash subsidies that help families and small businesses install solar panels could not have been worse. This year promises to be the hottest on record. At the same time, international negotiations … Continue reading

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Renewable energy growing in PH, but still needs efficiency

MANILA, Philippines — Over the past few years, renewable energy, particularly solar energy, has grown rapidly in the Philippines. Solar farms have been created, solar panels installed, and solar ventures taken up. What has driven this growth? This question was … Continue reading

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New South Wales used to be ahead of the pack when it came to renewable energy.

Posted August 30, 2015 14:58:50 Photo: The Nyngan plant is the largest solar installation in Australia. (Supplied: AGL) It may be known as the premier state, but New South Wales is a clear under-achiever when it comes to renewable energy. … Continue reading

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Pioneering renewable energy prototype makes waves in waters off Falmouth

Comments (0) A PIONEERING renewable energy prototype is making waves in the waters off Falmouth. The prototype, designed by UK-based Polygen Ltd, uses the waves to generate electricity. The device, called Volta, is being tested at FaBTest in Falmouth Bay. It … Continue reading

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Metro Council Seeks Wider Deployment of Solar Energy

Louisville’s Metro Council this week approved a resolution formally supporting solar energy and encouraging efforts to deploy the technology more widely in the city. The resolution, which passed unanimously, cites the importance of renewable energy in reducing Kentucky’s reliance on coal, … Continue reading

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Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners Eye Stake In Indian Project Developers

Green Economy Published on August 28th, 2015 by Smiti Mittal 1 August 28th, 2015 by Smiti Mittal  Brookfield Asset Management is planning a re-entry into the Indian renewable energy market following changes in the regulatory and financial environment. According to … Continue reading

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