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S&P Global | March 23, 2020
Virginia lawmakers passed bills during the 2020 legislative session that unlock billions of dollars in potential clean energy investments and continue shifting off of fossil fuels, although proposals to challenge the power of the state's largest electric utility gained little traction. Bills that sought to open up the state to retail competition, curb contributions from Virginia's investor-owned utilities and put stricter regulations on utility earnings were either weakened or passed over. Domin...
Bridgelink Engineering | October 07, 2021
FORT WORTH- Bridgelink Engineering, LLC is proud to announce the acquisition of BCR Companies, a leading construction company in the renewable energy industry. Operating multiple locations across the United States since 2012, BCR Companies has grown into an industry leader providing general construction, civil and mechanical engineering for multibillion dollar solar and wind projects. Through this acquisition, Bridgelink Engineering is now poised to strengthen its engineering, procurement, and c...
Pure Harvest Corporate Group, Inc. | October 12, 2020
Pure Harvest Corporate Group, Inc. (OTC: PHCG), an emerging cannabis and hemp-CBD holding company, is pleased to announce it has acquired all of the assets of Solar Cultivation Technologies, Inc. (“SCT”), a Denver-based solar company focused on bringing solar to the cannabis industry in an effort to minimize the industry’s carbon footprint. This acquisition will allow PHCG to implement SCT’s solar, storage, and intelligent distribution technology throughout its operations...
Energy news | March 23, 2020
As Xcel Energy prepares to join California’s imbalance market, other utilities in the state have looked east instead. Like the Continental Divide that splits Colorado waters into those flowing toward the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans, the state’s electrical utilities have decided to go either east or west to take advantage of new or growing energy markets. But will this new seam in energy imbalance markets remain as utilities seek even greater benefits of a regional transmission organization? ...
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