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Progress Solar Solutions | November 08, 2021
Progress Solar Solutions announces a new reduced cost model of portable solar light towers. Responding to historic increases in the price of steel, Progress Solar has reduced the amount of steel in the SLT line by 1/3 to reduce the cost of the new SLT 700. Combined with our Solar/Wind and Solar/Hybrid light tower lines this gives Progress Solar the most diverse portfolio of mobile solar light towers in the industry.
Progress Solar units are made in the U.S.A. and routinely operate...
Prnewswire | September 18, 2020
A 255-megawatt (MW), 15,000-acre wind project, Vermilion Wind, projected to be the largest in East Central Illinois, has commenced its development phase in Vermilion County with several key milestones in place. The wind development project is spearheaded by national renewable energy leader, Tri Global Energy, which develops and owns wind, solar and energy storage projects in Illinois, Indiana, Texas, Nebraska and Virginia. Tri Global Energy (TGE) has long been the largest developer o...
Renewable Energy Magazine | February 06, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $125.5 million in new funding to advance solar technology research. “Solar energy has grown tremendously in the last decade,” said U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette. “The research and development supported by this investment will build on the technological foundations necessary to continue the solar industry’s growth and preserve American energy choice, independence, and security.” In addition to the solar funding announcement, EERE ...
Intpolicydigest | June 01, 2020
Renewable energy refers to non-depletable natural sources such as wind or solar energy, and often requires a considerable upfront investment to be commercially viable. The scope of the problem is clear. In 2017, the United States accounted for about 17% of the world’s total consumption of primary energy, energy taken directly from natural resources. Meanwhile, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, in 2018 the use of renewable energy sources accounted for only 11% of the ...
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