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Duke Energy | January 31, 2022
Continuing its efforts to grow renewable energy in North Carolina, Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, a nonregulated commercial brand of Duke Energy, recently began commercial operation of two major solar facilities in the state.
The 50-megawatt (MW) Broad River Solar power plant in Cleveland County
The 22.6-MW Speedway Solar power plant in Cabarrus County
Even with the 2021 challenges of COVID-19 and supply ...
businesswire | May 02, 2023
Capstone Green Energy Corporation a global leader in carbon reduction and on-site resilient green Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) solutions, announced that its southern U.S. distributor, Lone Star Power Solutions, has contracted with a large West Texas energy company to provide an additional C800S Signature Series microturbine following a 3.6 MW Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) contract earlier this year.
“Our new and existing customers continue to find value in our EaaS rental offerin...
JB Hunt | August 13, 2020
As sustainability trends in a variety of industries, the race to grab Class 8 EV market share is heating up in transport. Regulatory action and pressure from shippers (Walmart said it "encourages and works with" suppliers to go green) help to accelerate development. DTNA and other traditional industry players are up against new OEMs. Nikola recently banked an order from a large waste company for at least 2,500 electric trucks, and Tesla is preparing for more Semi customers. But, as J.B...
Microsoft | January 22, 2020
Microsoft shook up the debate about global warming last week by vowing to make its operations carbon negative — meaning it will take more carbon out of the environment than it emits by 2030, and move rapidly to mop up the equivalent of every bit of carbon it has put into the atmosphere since its founding in 1975. Some of Microsoft’s tricks for reducing its carbon emissions are already familiar — using electricity from renewable sources (electricity production accounts for one-third of U.S. carbo...
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