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Solar Builder | January 20, 2020
Pine Gate Renewables, a national utility-scale solar developer, is bringing 13 mid-size solar farm projects to Greenwood County, S.C. The combined capacity from these sites totals 25.5 megawatts (MW), enough energy to power roughly 4,845 homes annually. These projects will add to Pine Gate’s existing 16 projects in the state. “We would like to welcome Pine Gate Renewables to Greenwood County. Their investment continues to grow our county’s reputation as a top business destination for industries ...
East Bay Community Energy | September 27, 2021
Today at Altamont Pass in Livermore, California, East Bay Community Energy (EBCE), one of California's most successful community choice power agencies, marked the commercial commencement of the Scott Haggerty Wind Energy Center, a re-powered source of clean energy for residents within its district spanning 14 cities and Alameda County.
The ribbon-cutting is emblematic of what EBCE sees as a new era for inclusive energy. The new facility represents a $20 million investment into...
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...
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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