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Ultra Safe Nuclear Technologies | October 20, 2020
Ultra Safe Nuclear Technologies (USNC-Tech) has delivered a design concept to NASA as part of a study on nuclear thermal propulsion (NTP) flight demonstration. NTP technology provides unprecedented high-impulse thrust performance for deep space missions such as crewed missions to the moon and Mars. The NASA-sponsored study, managed by Analytical Mechanics Associates (AMA), explored NTP concepts and designs enabling deep space travel. We want to lead the effort to open new frontiers in space, and...
Sunfinity | August 06, 2020
Sunfinity Renewable Energy installed a 56.9-kWdc solar system atop AMP Studios, a Dallas, Texas-based digital media company. AMP has hosted productions for clients like the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and hip-hop duo Salt-N-Peppa. The company provides support facilities, equipment and staffing for media production from photography to audio recording to video filming. In discussing the possibility of going solar, the idea of using the panels for “double duty” came up, and the team at A...
Branch Energy | January 13, 2022
Branch Energy, a technology-focused green energy provider, and ENGIE Energy Marketing, NA, Inc, a subsidiary of ENGIE S.A., announced a $40M strategic non-dilutive wholesale power supply facility. The agreement will provide Branch Energy with access to U.S. wholesale energy markets and working capital, as well as the ability to leverage ENGIE Energy Marketing's extensive renewable energy platform.
Branch Energy both sells electricity with an easy-to-use platform and leverages ...
Reuters | June 16, 2020
The U.S. clean energy sector has lost more than 620,000 jobs, or 18% of its work force, as stay-at-home orders and a weakened economy have slowed demand for solar panels and energy-efficient systems and curbed production of electric vehicles and clean fuels, a report published on Monday showed. The industry lost 27,000 jobs in May, a slower rate of decline than in April and March, when states first implemented lockdown orders to combat the spread of the coronavirus, according to the analysis of ...
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