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Luxcara | February 18, 2021
Luxcara and GE Renewable Energy have announced an agreement to convey 753MW of inland wind capacity with the Önusberget wind ranch in northern Sweden.
As indicated by the Luxcara press explanation, the project will be the largest single inland wind ranch in Europe and GE's largest coastal wind ranch contract outside of the US. Luxcara has just begun foundation work, and GE will start introducing turbines as right on time as July of this current year.
CalMatters | April 01, 2020
In 2006, California’s pledge to build 1 million solar energy systems on homes, schools, farms and businesses was visionary and audacious, but achievable. By the end of the decade, we hit the million solar roofs milestone through a combination of smart government policy, a supportive business coalition and willing consumers. A new decade calls for a new goal: 1 million solar batteries by 2028. California already generates more electricity from solar power than any other state. Though we still h...
Prnewswire | August 28, 2020
First State Investments (FSI), a leading global investor in infrastructure, and Energy Capital Partners (ECP), a leading power and renewables private equity investor, today announced that FSI is acquiring a 40% stake in Terra-Gen from ECP. Terms were not disclosed. Terra-Gen, based in New York, develops, constructs, and operates utility-scale wind, solar, energy storage, and geothermal electrical generation facilities throughout the United States. Terra-Gen's portfolio spans more than 30 gen...
Microsoft | February 02, 2020
Microsoft has announced a plan to become carbon negative by 2030 and to remove all the carbon they have emitted since their founding by 2050. The company will need to remove more carbon from the air than they release each year to become carbon negative. Microsoft’s Chief Environmental Officer Lucas Joppa tells ABC Audio climate change is the reason. “We looked at the [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] best available science and a fairly alarming report that came out in 2018, the Specia...
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