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Renewables Now | March 06, 2020
The Cerro Dominador concentrated solar power (CSP) project in Chile’s Atacama Desert hit a milestone this week when the receiver was raised and installed at the top of the tower. The 2,300-tonne solar receiver was assembled at the base of the tower, then placed inside the tower’s cavity and lifted to a height of 220 metres (721.8 ft) using 16 hydraulic jacks. The ascent rate did not go above 5 metres per hour due to safety requirements and technical complexities, the project company Cerro Domina...
BLM | January 20, 2020
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has approved a $1 billion solar project in Southern California. The Desert Quartzite Solar Project would be located near the city of Blythe in eastern Riverside County. The record of decision signed by the BLM authorizes Desert Quartzite LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Arizona-based First Solar, to construct, operate, maintain and decommission the 450-megawatt solar photovoltaic project on about 3,000 acres of public land plus additional private lands. That i...
DECK 7 | February 04, 2020
Being one of the best lead-gen service providers in San Diego, California, DECK 7 is more data-focused than ever. The brand has optimized its strategic marketing approach by scaling ABM in a number of effective ways. By combining its time-tested ABM framework with a strong data-driven approach, DECK 7 is empowering numerous brands in maximizing growth and driving actionable results. DECK 7’s ABM prowess is defined by its skilled team members and their advanced approach to B2B marketing. The DECK...
Electrek | April 28, 2020
David Byrne (yes, that David Byrne, of the band Talking Heads) runs an online publication called Reasons to be Cheerful. Yesterday, Byrne published a feature that he authored that explores “how a conservative, oil-pumping state became one of the world’s biggest generators of wind power.” And that state is Texas. Byrne’s feature is a fascinating piece, because as regular readers of the Electrek Green Energy Brief know, we report regularly on how Texas leads the United Stat...
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