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SaurEnergy | March 03, 2020
US-based First Solar has announced that Longroad Energy is the acquirer of its four solar projects with a combined capacity of 160-megawatts (MW) in California. Longroad Energy is a US-based renewable energy developer, owner, and operator, with a multi-gigawatt portfolio of wind and solar projects across the United States. First Solar had previously disclosed the transaction without identifying the acquirer. Backed by a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with a Community Choice Aggregator ...
AEP Energy | September 11, 2020
AEP Energy Partners (AEPEP), a subsidiary of American Electric Power Company (Nasdaq: AEP), is seeking proposals for off-take from new solar and new wind facilities located in Ohio and ERCOT. For the Ohio sited projects, the company is seeking renewable energy purchase agreements of 10, 12 or 15 years for solar or wind facilities that begin operation between 2021 and 2023. For the ERCOT sited projects, the company is seeking renewable energy purchase agreements of 12 years or less for solar faci...
Prweb | August 20, 2020
Eos Energy Storage, a leading manufacturer of safe, low-cost, and long-duration zinc battery storage systems, today announced that at next week’s ESACon20 event, the company will showcase the latest in zinc energy storage advancements and case studies in its role as a Gigawatt Sponsor for the upcoming digital conference experience. ESACon20 (The Energy Storage Annual Virtual Conference and Expo hosted by ESA, the Energy Storage Association) is taking place from August 24 to 27, 2020 on an ...
Microsoft | January 22, 2020
Microsoft shook up the debate about global warming last week by vowing to make its operations carbon negative — meaning it will take more carbon out of the environment than it emits by 2030, and move rapidly to mop up the equivalent of every bit of carbon it has put into the atmosphere since its founding in 1975. Some of Microsoft’s tricks for reducing its carbon emissions are already familiar — using electricity from renewable sources (electricity production accounts for one-third of U.S. carbo...
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