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Duke Energy | April 12, 2021
TERRE HAUTE, A renewable energy project of Duke Energy expects to build a $180 million solar farm in western Indiana that will generate enough electricity to power 35,000 households.
The Hoosier Jack Solar farm, proposed by Duke Energy Renewables Solar LLC, a Duke Energy division that is not regulated by the state, will be based in southern Vigo and northern Sullivan counties.
According to Tyler Coon, business development manager for Duke Energy Renewables Solar, th...
Greentech Media | January 13, 2020
Arcadia, a clean-energy access startup, is helping European electric-vehicle charging platform Everon make its first foray into the United States with a new partnership announced Friday. “In general, EV charging is hard for customers, especially when it comes to thinking about where to charge, how to pay for it and how to make sure you’re accessing as much clean energy as possible,” Arcadia CEO Kiran Bhatraju told GTM. “Using our platform and Everon’s tools to connect EV owners, their home charg...
Trina Solar | January 19, 2021
Trina Solar Co., Ltd. (“Trina Solar” or “Company”), the world's largest manufacturer of solar panels and integrated solutions for smart energy, has received Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) certifications according to UL and EPD Italy, two of the leading independent certification bodies in the field of safety research ... This is the first approved certification in the field of photovoltaics, confirming the environmental friendliness of the Company's produc...
Intpolicydigest | June 01, 2020
Renewable energy refers to non-depletable natural sources such as wind or solar energy, and often requires a considerable upfront investment to be commercially viable. The scope of the problem is clear. In 2017, the United States accounted for about 17% of the world’s total consumption of primary energy, energy taken directly from natural resources. Meanwhile, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, in 2018 the use of renewable energy sources accounted for only 11% of the ...
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