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Large-Scale Batteries Are Integral in Shift to Renewable Energy

At Turkey Hill Dairy in Lancaster County, the secret ingredient in its ice cream is wind. Along with conventionally derived power used to make its sweet treats, the dairy is the sole customer of a nearby wind farm, built in … Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power Shifts Toward Renewable Energy

Home / Energy / Industry / Saudi Arabia The firm is seeking to secure or arranging finance for $15 billion worth of projects, nearly half of which are in renewable energy. Saudi Arabia-based power and water project developer ACWA Power … Continue reading

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Move to lower renewable energy target claims 100 jobs at Keppel Prince

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Report: Wind energy is dominating Michigan’s investment in renewable energy

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Wind energy is generating most of the dollars being invested in renewable energy in Michigan, according to a study released by the Pew Charitable Trust on Thursday, Oct. 23. More than $2 billion was invested in … Continue reading

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New policymaking tool for shift to renewable energy

[ | E-mail ] Share Contact: Elisabeth Wulffeldelisabethw@snm.ku.dk 45-21-17-91-40Faculty of Science – University of Copenhagen Multiple pathways exist to a low greenhouse gas future, all involving increased efficiency and a dramatic shift in energy supply away from fossil fuels. A … Continue reading

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Georgia Power named IOU of the Year

Georgia Power has been named Investor-Owned Utility of the Year by the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) for advancing utility innovation, industry collaboration and leadership in the solar energy sector.  Credit: Thinkstock Georgia Power has demonstrated leadership in building the … Continue reading

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Balancing Renewable Energy Development and Conservation in CA Desert

PHOTO: Providing enough land for renewable-energy development in the California desert, while protecting lands that are home to several endangered species, is the goal of a proposal that is open for public comment. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of … Continue reading

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Renewable energy stall costs first job losses as 100 cut in Victoria

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Renewable energy crucial to Michigan

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Turning 500 Tonnes of Cow Poop a Day into Renewable Energy

  Alberta is known for its beef — or more specifically its beef marketing. If you haven’t seen the original “I heart Alberta beef” bumper sticker you’ve definitely seen an homage. But Alberta beef started for a reason, Alberta’s grain … Continue reading

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