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FTC Solar | February 09, 2021
FTC Solar today announced the arrival of Voyager+, the next generation of its single-hub Voyager tracker, designed to furnish similarity with new huge organization solar modules currently entering the commercial center.
The huge modules entering the market are worked to consolidate bigger solar cells, which are the energy-delivering heart of each solar board. With these bigger 182mm and 210mm cells, the modules can accomplish power yield surpassing 500 watts. Voyager+ upholds thes...
Energy Live News | March 30, 2020
The US state is targeting a reduction of 46m tonnes of greenhouse gases from its electric sector by 2030. With an aim to reduce its carbon footprint and increase the share of renewable energy in the total energy mix, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has announced plans to double the amount of clean energy capacity installed by 2030. It says the plan seeks to achieve an electric sector greenhouse gas reduction target of 46 million metric tonnes by 2030, approximately 56% below 19...
Retail Dive | March 10, 2020
Sustainability is becoming a core focus of global businesses, both to ensure that companies minimize their environmental impact and also to benefit long-term growth. T-Mobile adopted renewable energy as part of its sustainability strategy back in 2018 and has committed to use 100% renewable energy by 2021. To help achieve its ambitious target, T-Mobile partnered with Enel Green Power to purchase 160 megawatts of capacity from the Red Dirt wind project in Oklahoma: enough renewable energy to powe...
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...
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