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Microsoft | January 28, 2020
Microsoft’s pledge to go “carbon negative” by 2030 and take more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits raises the environmental stakes among the big tech companies. The software and services giant went further than its pledge by promising to remove by its 75th anniversary in 2050 the equivalent of all historical emissions since it was founded in 1975. With carbon emissions from computing rising rapidly as data centers handle a massive increase in traffic, the technology industry is coming und...
GKN Hydrogen | July 01, 2022
GKN Hydrogen and Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) announced the companies will work with the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) on an innovative green hydrogen storage solution. GKN Hydrogen's HY2MEGA can enable safe, long duration clean energy storage without the need for compression. At scale, this combined technology could provide resilient power in case of widespread outages. It also highlights the technologies needed to reach ca...
Next Earth | April 23, 2022
Our planet is in crisis, but you can help make a difference, even from the comfort of your home. Next Earth , the third largest metaverse, is teaming up with SEE Turtles to launch a new game with a cause: players can purchase land in the metaverse, with a portion of the proceeds going to real-life environmental projects.
Having already allocated $1 million to environmental issues, Next Earth is committed to making a difference. Users can now buy land in select metavers...
National Grid Renewables | June 14, 2021
National Grid Renewables today announced significant economic benefits provided by its MiSolar Portfolio, which recently began operation and includes two Michigan solar projects, Bingham Solar and Temperance Solar, located in Clinton and Monroe counties, respectively. Combined, the projects produce 40 megawatts (MW) of clean solar energy. Together with its affiliated entities, National Grid Renewables owns and operates both solar projects, and each project has a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) wi...
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