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Livent Corporation | February 16, 2022
Livent Corporation announced that it has begun a voluntary, third-party assessment of its brine-based lithium extraction and manufacturing operations at the Salar del Hombre Muerto, Catamarca, Argentina. This independent assessment of the company's Fenix site is the next step in the multi-stage review against the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA) Standard for Responsible Mining.
The IRMA Standard is widely considered to be the most comprehensive and rigo...
wpd | May 06, 2022
Global Infrastructure Partners ("GIP"), a leading independent infrastructure investor, and wpd AG ("wpd"), a leading project developer and independent renewables power producer (IRPP) for onshore wind, offshore wind and solar, are pleased to announce that they have signed definitive agreements for GIP to acquire 100% of wpd offshore GmbH ("wpd offshore"), the offshore wind business of wpd. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals.
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Yotta Energy | September 13, 2022
As the Inflation Reduction Act increases investments in and deployments of climate tech, Yotta Energy is debuting three new products that will not only propel the renewable energy industry forward by providing simplified solar, storage, and electric vehicle technologies but also position the company as a single, one-stop provider for clean energy services for commercial properties.The company’s new solutions include the new Yotta DPI-208 and DPI-480, a native 3-phase microinverter for comm...
CalMatters | March 23, 2020
California has set ambitious goals to fight climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity sector. But, as the old saying goes, a goal without a plan is just a wish. Current state law calls for 60 percent of our energy to come from renewables by 2030, and for 100 percent clean energy by 2045. This builds upon earlier legislation that required half of our electricity to come from renewables by 2030. The state Legislature has set the destination but left it to state agenc...
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