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Hydro Rein | May 04, 2022
Hydro Rein, Atlas Renewable Energy and ALBRAS are in the process of forming a joint venture to design, build and operate a self-generation project through a solar power plant, which will be located in Paracatú , in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, which will have a planned total installed capacity of 438 MW. The project will provide long-term renewable energy to the primary aluminum plant in Albras.
Hydro Rein and Atlas Renewable Energy are in the process of forming a joi...
Global Strat View | February 07, 2022
Global Strat View hosted a panel discussion on the International Solar Alliance (ISA) and the Quest for Clean Energy on February 4, 2022, at the National Press Club.
Moderated by Kostis Geropoulos, Energy Editor at New Europe, the panelists included Jagjeet Sareen, Assistant Director General of ISA; Llewellyn King, founder of the Energy Daily; and Neelima Jain, Deputy Director & Senior Fellow, Wadhwani Chair in U.S. India Policy Studies, CSIS.
SaurEnergy | March 02, 2020
Tesla has received the approval from the local authorities to build its massive 1.1 GWh Megapack battery energy storage system facility in California. Electric Vehicle major Tesla has received approval from the local authorities to build its massive 1.1 GWh Megapack battery energy storage system facility, which is backed by PG&E, in California. Earlier this week the Monterey County Planning Commission unanimously approved the Pacific Gas and Electric-backed project, which will be known as the El...
Reuters | June 16, 2020
The U.S. clean energy sector has lost more than 620,000 jobs, or 18% of its work force, as stay-at-home orders and a weakened economy have slowed demand for solar panels and energy-efficient systems and curbed production of electric vehicles and clean fuels, a report published on Monday showed. The industry lost 27,000 jobs in May, a slower rate of decline than in April and March, when states first implemented lockdown orders to combat the spread of the coronavirus, according to the analysis of ...
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