C2 Energy Capital recently announced the completion of the largest Tennessee solar power landfill project. The 2.7 megawatt solar power plant is located near Somerville, Tennessee. Financing and support services for the power plant, which was installed on a capped landfill, were provided by C2 Energy Capital. Candice Michalowicz, a co-founder of C2 Energy Capital, answered some questions for CleanTechnica.
Some people have asked when the prices will stop falling. Their understanding is that the decline in price really is unpredictable, and they believe that no definitive answer can be made about what source of energy will be least expensive in the future. In some important ways, they are wrong. The declines are predictable, to a degree
The Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has issued an Expression of Interest document calling project developers and other stakeholders to set up energy storage projects
The statement is latest effort by the Trump administration to highlight one policy agenda — the expansion of the number of gas export terminals on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Earlier this month, …
NEW ORLEANS — The nation’s longest continuous oil spill is being contained successfully for the first time in nearly 15 years, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. It’s a major development in the vexing …
In San Mateo County, California, which is about 20 miles south of San Francisco, Peninsula Clean Energy is offering a $ 4,000 incentive for qualifying residents who buy used plug-in hybrids (and EVs — we’ll get to that)
sonnen Partners On Passive House Community Powered By Smart Energy Storage
Japan-based financial services company Orix Corporation is reportedly planning to acquire 100% stake in a wind energy investment is already has in India.
The crisis that has gone down in history as the Gulf of Tonkin incident was actually two separate … The first: “a total ban on the export of rare earths to the US”. And finally: the word “fracking” …
India’s coal-heavy thermal power generation sector left solar and wind energy sector behind in terms of new capacity added in the first quarter of this year. The decline in new capacity added in the renewable energy segment should ring alarm bells for the government as it seems to be falling behind its ambitious capacity targets for 2022.