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GM announces recall over oil leak that can cause cars to stop, 217K vehicles involved

General Motors is recalling more than 217,000 cars and SUVs over a possible transmission oil leak that can cause the vehicles to stop unexpectedly or catch fire. According to the Associated Press, …

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Florida Power & Light Announces 10 New Solar Projects Worth 745 Megawatts

Florida-based power utility company Florida Power & Light Company announced last week that it was beginning construction on 10 new solar projects, each of which will have a capacity of 74.5 megawatts (MW), thus bringing 745 MW of new solar capacity online beginning 2020. 

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ENGIE North America Announces 160 Megawatt Texas Wind Farm

ENGIE North America, the local subsidiary of French multinational utility company ENGIE, announced this week that it has started construction of the 160 megawatt (MW) Jumo Hill Wind Project in Texas, which is expected to be completed and brought online by spring of

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Coal Giant Glencore Announces Plan To Cap Coal Production At Current Levels

One of the world’s largest coal miners, Glencore, announced on Wednesday that it plans to cap its coal production capacity to current levels and is developing long-term targets in line with the Paris Climate Agreement. 

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Disney Announces New 50 Megawatt Solar Project To Power Two Theme Parks

Walt Disney World Resort has announced that it is partnering with solar project developer Origis Energy USA to develop a new 50 megawatt (MW) that will power two of its four theme parks in Central Florida. 

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GAC Announces It Is Serious About US Car Market By Bringing Ridiculous Enverge Concept To Detroit

Last week, Chinese manufacturer GAC, a subsidiary of Guangzhou Automobile Industry Group, announced its intentions to enter the US market by bringing an all electric 2 door SUV with pseudo gull wing doors and alternate reality screens where the side windows should be to the Detroit Auto Show

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Mitsubishi Announces V2G Pilot Project Utilizing Outlander PHEVs In Amsterdam

Mitsubishi will be implementing a vehicle-to-grid pilot project in Amsterdam based around the use of the battery packs outfitted in the Outlander PHEVs (plug-in hybrids), according to a new press release
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A123 Systems Announces Plans For $40 Million Complex In Michigan

The lithium-ion battery manufacturer A123 Systems has announced plans to build a new $ 40 million headquarters complex in Novi, Michigan, according to a new press release from

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Sonnen Announces Commercial Energy Storage Product

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Shortly after announcing a new residential energy storage product, Sonnen did it again with a commercial one — the sonnenBatterie pro. The system ranges from 18 kW / 24 kWh up to 90 kW / 240 kWh. It employs Ideal Power’s 30 kW Power Conversion System. An Ideal Power inverter is included, as is energy [&hellip

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Keystone XL Pipeline Rejected, Obama Announces

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Great news today via the NY Times regarding the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. President Obama took advantage of low gas prices and the resulting decline in US oil production to officially reject the construction proposal today. Since coming into office, Obama has made a strong push for a clean energy future, and shutting down [&hellip

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