Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that five projects will receive up to $ 28 million to promote the advancement of the next generation of geothermal energy technologies
Bifacial solar cells and panels are moving more seriously into play now thanks to cost drops and efficiency improvements. A bifacial solar panel is essentially a solar panel that can collect energy from the front side and the rear side (a normal monofacial panel only collects energy from one side). Array Technologies boosts that technology even further with solar tracking technology, capturing much more sunlight than a normal solar array
Woods said hydraulic fracturing has “opened up a whole new energy future for … It also wants to build a new chemicals plant at a location yet to be determined along the Gulf. The sum of $ 20 billion …
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.
The European Investment Bank and the Palestine Investment Fund announced on Friday a loan agreement worth $ 18 million to finance the installation of rooftop solar PV systems on 500 public schools in the West Bank.
The UNDP Water and Ocean Governance Programme projects highlighted in the … contributing to the “world’s first successful reversal of a dead zone.” Projects have enabled stakeholders to generate res…
France’s Ministry for Ecological and Solidary Transition has this week awarded 720 megawatts (MW) worth of new solar capacity across 103 separate projects out of its fourth solar tender
UkrInform: Ukraine plans to implement new international projects in Antarctica
This undated handout photograph released by Stony Brook University/ Louisiana State University on March 2, 2018, shows an Adélie penguin (R) looking at a drone at breeding colony on Heroina Island, Danger Islands, Antarctica. A thriving "hotspot" of …
EDF Renewable Energy has this week announced its acquisition of the 179 MW Switch Station 1 and 2 solar projects from First Solar in late-June, a move which brings the US company closer to 10 GW worth of renewable energy projects in operation or development across North America.
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