Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA)

We are an association that was formed in May 2013 in order to provide a medium for like-minded businesses to promote the solar agenda and to bring the topic of policy recognition for solar to the forefront. We provide an opportunity for our members to collaborate and use the collective knowledge and insight to achieve equality in the renewable energy sector.

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FIRSTENERGY UTILITY CREWS MOBILIZE TO ASSIST HURRICANE SALLY POWER RESTORATION EFFORTS IN ALABAMA

FirstEnergy Corp | September 19, 2020

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FirstEnergy Corp. utilities have sent 190 line workers and support personnel to Mobile, Alabama, to assist Alabama Power with restoration efforts following Hurricane Sally. Crews began leaving for Alabama Thursday, with all expected to begin work Saturday morning. Hurricane Sally made landfall Wednesday on the Gulf Coast as a Category 2 storm, with sustained winds of 100 mph. Heavy rain also has produced flooding in many areas, with many roads and bridges closed or impassable. This support effor...

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XCMG'S XGC15000A SETS NEW WIND POWER HOISTING RECORD, SUPPORTS LOW-CARBON ENERGY CONSTRUCTION

Sunburst Workforce Advisors | March 21, 2022

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XCMG's (SHE:000425) 1,000-ton crawler crane, XGC15000A, has set a new world record after completing its first single-arm wind power hoisting operation at a height of 172+12 meters for the Jinjiaozhou wind power farm in Qingdao, China. Weighing in at 118 tons the 4.5MW wind power turbine hoisted to a height of 170 meters with the diameter of the impeller reaching 156 meters. It adopts the world-leading prestressed fatigue resistant framed steel pipe wind power tower that greatl...

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MICROSOFT ANNOUNCE'S GOAL TO BECOME CARBON NEGATIVE

Microsoft | February 02, 2020

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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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ONE STATE MOVES TOWARD MANDATING SOLAR PANEL RECYCLING

Resource Recycling | March 05, 2020

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Legislation in Arizona would establish recycling requirements for end-of-life solar panels, requiring manufacturers to create a recycling program or face a per-panel fee at point-of-sale. HB 2828, introduced last month by Arizona Rep. Mark Finchem, enacts a landfill ban on solar panels and electric vehicle batteries and requires them to be recycled at approved processing sites. It also implements a $5 per panel fee on the seller or leasor of the products, unless the manufacturer of the panel has...

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FIRSTENERGY UTILITY CREWS MOBILIZE TO ASSIST HURRICANE SALLY POWER RESTORATION EFFORTS IN ALABAMA

FirstEnergy Corp | September 19, 2020

FirstEnergy Corp. utilities have sent 190 line workers and support personnel to Mobile, Alabama, to assist Alabama Power with restoration efforts following Hurricane Sally. Crews began leaving for Alabama Thursday, with all expected to begin work Saturday morning. Hurricane Sally made landfall Wednesday on the Gulf Coast as a Category 2 storm, with sustained winds of 100 mph. Heavy rain also has produced flooding in many areas, with many roads and bridges closed or impassable. This support effor...

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XCMG'S XGC15000A SETS NEW WIND POWER HOISTING RECORD, SUPPORTS LOW-CARBON ENERGY CONSTRUCTION

Sunburst Workforce Advisors | March 21, 2022

XCMG's (SHE:000425) 1,000-ton crawler crane, XGC15000A, has set a new world record after completing its first single-arm wind power hoisting operation at a height of 172+12 meters for the Jinjiaozhou wind power farm in Qingdao, China. Weighing in at 118 tons the 4.5MW wind power turbine hoisted to a height of 170 meters with the diameter of the impeller reaching 156 meters. It adopts the world-leading prestressed fatigue resistant framed steel pipe wind power tower that greatl...

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MICROSOFT ANNOUNCE'S GOAL TO BECOME CARBON NEGATIVE

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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ONE STATE MOVES TOWARD MANDATING SOLAR PANEL RECYCLING

Resource Recycling | March 05, 2020

Legislation in Arizona would establish recycling requirements for end-of-life solar panels, requiring manufacturers to create a recycling program or face a per-panel fee at point-of-sale. HB 2828, introduced last month by Arizona Rep. Mark Finchem, enacts a landfill ban on solar panels and electric vehicle batteries and requires them to be recycled at approved processing sites. It also implements a $5 per panel fee on the seller or leasor of the products, unless the manufacturer of the panel has...

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