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iGreen Energy is a comprehensive solar panel systems company that designs, supplies and installs technically advanced and high quality solar power panels in different parts of Australia. A wholly Australian-owned company, iGreen Energy leverages its 5+ years of experience and expertise, to drive Australia’s renewable industry along with a brighter, sustainable future for all.

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TRANSALTA AND PEMBINA PIPELINE ANNOUNCE 100 MW RENEWABLE POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT AND LAUNCH OF THE GARDEN PLAIN WIND PROJECT

TransAlta Corporation | May 04, 2021

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TransAlta Corporation announced today the signing of a long-term Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") with Pembina Pipeline Corporation ("Pembina") for the offtake of 100 MW from its planned 130 MW Garden Plain Wind Power Project ("Garden Plain" or "facility"), which will be situated approximately 30 kilometers north of Hanna, Alberta. Pembina will receive renewable electricity as well as environmental benefits for 18 years under this arrangement. TransAlta wi...

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SILICON RANCH PLANNING 35-MW SOLAR ARRAY THROUGH TENNESSEE UTILITY’S RENEWABLES DEAL

solarpowerworldonline | January 22, 2020

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A landmark agreement announced Wednesday between Nashville Electric Service (NES), Vanderbilt University and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will bring new, large-scale renewable energy to the Tennessee Valley through TVA’s Green Invest program. TVA has awarded Nashville-based solar developer Silicon Ranch a contract to build, own and operate a 35-MW installation in Bedford County, Tennessee, pending completion of environmental review. Additional Green Invest announcements resulting from TV...

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PEPSICO TARGETS 100% RENEWABLE POWER FOR US OPERATIONS THIS YEAR

PepsiCo | January 16, 2020

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PepsiCo has announced plans to achieve 100% renewable electricity for its US direct operations this year. The US is the company’s largest market and accounts for nearly half of its total global electricity consumption. PepsiCo’s efforts in the US build on its progress in switching to renewable electricity around the world. Nine countries in PepsiCo’s European direct operations already meet 100% of their electricity demand from renewable sources. In 2018, 76% of the electricity needs of the Pepsi...

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TESLA AND PANASONIC END JOINT SOLAR CELL PRODUCTION

Tesla | February 26, 2020

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Tesla and Panasonic are scrapping their partnership in producing solar cells after years of struggling to ramp up output at the Gigafactory 2 in upstate New York. The companies intend to continue working together on automotive batteries for Tesla's electric vehicles. But the latest decision poses yet another setback in their strained relationship, which had once been considered a key component to Panasonic's turnaround. Tesla and Panasonic announced their joint venture on solar cells in 2016. Th...

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ENERGY

TRANSALTA AND PEMBINA PIPELINE ANNOUNCE 100 MW RENEWABLE POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT AND LAUNCH OF THE GARDEN PLAIN WIND PROJECT

TransAlta Corporation | May 04, 2021

TransAlta Corporation announced today the signing of a long-term Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") with Pembina Pipeline Corporation ("Pembina") for the offtake of 100 MW from its planned 130 MW Garden Plain Wind Power Project ("Garden Plain" or "facility"), which will be situated approximately 30 kilometers north of Hanna, Alberta. Pembina will receive renewable electricity as well as environmental benefits for 18 years under this arrangement. TransAlta wi...

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SILICON RANCH PLANNING 35-MW SOLAR ARRAY THROUGH TENNESSEE UTILITY’S RENEWABLES DEAL

solarpowerworldonline | January 22, 2020

A landmark agreement announced Wednesday between Nashville Electric Service (NES), Vanderbilt University and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will bring new, large-scale renewable energy to the Tennessee Valley through TVA’s Green Invest program. TVA has awarded Nashville-based solar developer Silicon Ranch a contract to build, own and operate a 35-MW installation in Bedford County, Tennessee, pending completion of environmental review. Additional Green Invest announcements resulting from TV...

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PEPSICO TARGETS 100% RENEWABLE POWER FOR US OPERATIONS THIS YEAR

PepsiCo | January 16, 2020

PepsiCo has announced plans to achieve 100% renewable electricity for its US direct operations this year. The US is the company’s largest market and accounts for nearly half of its total global electricity consumption. PepsiCo’s efforts in the US build on its progress in switching to renewable electricity around the world. Nine countries in PepsiCo’s European direct operations already meet 100% of their electricity demand from renewable sources. In 2018, 76% of the electricity needs of the Pepsi...

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TESLA AND PANASONIC END JOINT SOLAR CELL PRODUCTION

Tesla | February 26, 2020

Tesla and Panasonic are scrapping their partnership in producing solar cells after years of struggling to ramp up output at the Gigafactory 2 in upstate New York. The companies intend to continue working together on automotive batteries for Tesla's electric vehicles. But the latest decision poses yet another setback in their strained relationship, which had once been considered a key component to Panasonic's turnaround. Tesla and Panasonic announced their joint venture on solar cells in 2016. Th...

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