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Duke Energy Rentals Corp. is the industry leader in Fire Suppression. As the industry experts, Duke offers the highest quality equipment, service, safety and personnel. Duke Energy Rentals offers both a Fire Suppression + Light Tower Unit as well as Fire Suppression, Light Tower + Decontamination Shower Units.

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The Nature Conservancy | September 14, 2021

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"This project is a huge win for Southwest Virginia's economy," said Ed Baine, President of Dominion Energy Virginia. "It's also another major step toward building a 100 percent clean energy economy in Virginia. Repurposing former coal mines for solar is a smart way to enhance the region's economy and bring renewables to Southwest Virginia." Today's announcement comes two months after The Nature Conservancy announced a similar effort to construct...

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NIPSCO ANNOUNCES TWO SOLAR PROJECT PLAN TOTALING 300 MW UNDER YOUR ENERGY, YOUR FUTURE

NIPSCO | July 18, 2020

NIPSCO announced the next phase of its plans to transition to lower-cost, cleaner energy resources, with the addition of two new solar farms that will be based in central Indiana. The announcement is part of the energy provider’s “Your Energy, Your Future” initiative — a customer-centric effort focused on delivering a more affordable, reliable and sustainable energy mix for the future. “Renewable energy technology continues to advance and it plays an essential role ...

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THE NATURE CONSERVANCY, DOMINION ENERGY ANNOUNCE INNOVATIVE COLLABORATION FOR SOLAR DEVELOPMENT ON FORMER COAL MINE IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA

The Nature Conservancy | September 14, 2021

"This project is a huge win for Southwest Virginia's economy," said Ed Baine, President of Dominion Energy Virginia. "It's also another major step toward building a 100 percent clean energy economy in Virginia. Repurposing former coal mines for solar is a smart way to enhance the region's economy and bring renewables to Southwest Virginia." Today's announcement comes two months after The Nature Conservancy announced a similar effort to construct...

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solarpowerworldonline | March 31, 2020

Over the past few weeks, we at Scanifly have spoken to customers around the world to check on how they’re responding to COVID-19. Specific to the United States, sales have slowed, especially in the residential market. Existing projects have continued since many engineers, project managers and operations teams can work remotely. However, depending on the AHJ, securing permits may be slow to impossible as many municipal workers are at home. While the duration of these challenges is unknown, our te...

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US ANNOUNCES $4.5M FOR DISTRIBUTED ENERGY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

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