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MCI Water Equipment Technologies | September 08, 2020
MCI Water Equipment Technologies was awarded 50 containerized seawater reverse osmosis systems deployed to the Middle East. The systems are designed to handle varying feed water quality to different sites. Countries around the world are dealing with population expansion. Land development puts a great strain on government resources and infrastructure to provide the basic needs to their citizens. Often, municipal infrastructure services will not reach underdeveloped areas for years....
Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company | March 30, 2021
Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company LLC ("GREC") announced today that construction has been finished on a 10 MWdc portfolio comprised of five community solar nurseries in southern Colorado.
The solar projects were bought in 2019 from Community Energy ("CE"), who likewise remained on to deal with the designing, acquisition, and construction ("EPC") all through the structure cycle. Alongside an underlying EPC supplier, the portfolio likewise accompanie...
Duke Energy | July 02, 2020
Duke Energy Florida (DEF) today filed a proposed new Clean Energy Connection (CEC) Program with the Florida Public Service Commission. The announcement is the latest advancement in Duke Energy's commitment to solar energy. If approved by the commission, the program will provide Duke Energy Florida customers with about 750 megawatts (MW) of new, cost-effective solar power – offering more options for qualified residential, business and local government customers to share in a slice of th...
Renewables Now | March 06, 2020
The Cerro Dominador concentrated solar power (CSP) project in Chile’s Atacama Desert hit a milestone this week when the receiver was raised and installed at the top of the tower. The 2,300-tonne solar receiver was assembled at the base of the tower, then placed inside the tower’s cavity and lifted to a height of 220 metres (721.8 ft) using 16 hydraulic jacks. The ascent rate did not go above 5 metres per hour due to safety requirements and technical complexities, the project company Cerro Domina...
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