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Growatt | June 02, 2022
Growatt recently announced the launch of its new website, www.growattportable.com, which went live on June 1st, 2020. Through this new website will they promote their new portable power station portfolio. It was unveiled at the beginning of April this year.
Lisa Zhang, global marketing director at Growatt, shared, "Growatt is committed to encouraging a smart energy life with sustainable green power. In the past, our solution was limited to providing energy on site, but we have ...
Tesla | February 26, 2020
Tesla and Panasonic are scrapping their partnership in producing solar cells after years of struggling to ramp up output at the Gigafactory 2 in upstate New York. The companies intend to continue working together on automotive batteries for Tesla's electric vehicles. But the latest decision poses yet another setback in their strained relationship, which had once been considered a key component to Panasonic's turnaround. Tesla and Panasonic announced their joint venture on solar cells in 2016. Th...
DECK 7 | April 30, 2020
Morgan Gregory, Google Cloud Office of the CTO: Strategy & Programs at Google runs strategy and programs for Google Cloud's CTO Office, working closely with their senior leaders and technical CXOs of strategic customers on co-innovation and thought leadership initiatives. Morgan has a passion for paradigm-shifting technology and has side hustle in AI. She's particularly interested in AI for Good and Responsible AI - topics that marry her technical background and desire to make a diff...
Microsoft, Nike and Common Energy | December 15, 2022
Microsoft, Nike and Common Energy announced that they have partnered to subscribe Standard Solar’s first community solar project in Oregon. The Skyward Community Solar project, located in Clackamas County, Oregon will generate 3.6 million kilowatt hours of clean energy each year, which will be fed into the broader electrical grid. Clean electricity from the project will replace fossil fuel generation and lower carbon emissions and pollution, benefiting the entire community.According ...
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