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Utility Dive | February 24, 2020
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D, has proposed a new Office of Renewable Energy Permitting that would "improve and streamline the process" for permitting large-scale renewable energy projects across the state. The Accelerated Renewable Energy Growth and Community Benefit Act was advanced Feb. 21 as a 30-day budget amendment, and if adopted, would consolidate the environmental review of major renewable facilities into a single forum under the New York Department of Economic Development. Projects tha...
Fortescue Future Industries | June 24, 2022
A leading group of German companies along with Australia's Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has released a green hydrogen roadmap, outlining a set of recommendations for government and industry, to meet the ambitious target of importing large amounts of green hydrogen from Australia to Germany.
The Green Hydrogen Taskforce, created earlier this year, is a collaborative effort between FFI, and some of the strongest energy, industrial, and technology companies in Germany, inclu...
openPR | February 19, 2020
Various factors are contributing to the increasing demand for unconventional sources of energy, including the rapid urbanization, degradation of environment due to the increased usage of fossil fuels, and ready availability of these sources. Unconventional sources of energy, such as wind energy, hydro power, and solar energy, can produce clean energy and also have the potential to match the surging energy demand across the globe. Moreover, these renewable energy technologies have variable output...
Sprint | January 16, 2020
Sprint and Direct Energy Renewable Services announced today that all of Sprint's more than 800 Virginia locations will now be served with 100% Renewable energy. This agreement includes Sprint's retail locations, cell phone towers, and Sprint's east coast corporate office in Reston, Virginia. These facilities will use more than 88,000 MWh per year. For Sprint, the effort is part of the recent corporate commitment to be carbon neutral across all of their operations by 2025. As an active corporate ...
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