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Hewlett Packard Enterprise | April 23, 2021
As part of the Low-Carbon Patent Pledge, innovators designing low-carbon technologies now have exclusive rights to patents from three of the world's leading technology firms.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Facebook, and Microsoft are making key patents available to promote the introduction of low-carbon technology beginning today. Hundreds of patents that could help technologists create low-carbon solutions for generating, storing, and distributing low-carbon energy would be avai...
CNBC | January 14, 2020
A 475 megawatt (MW) section of what is being described by energy firm the Enel Group as South America’s “largest” solar photovoltaic (PV) facility has started operations. In an announcement Monday, the Enel Group said the 475 MW chunk of the Sao Goncalo solar PV plant, in the northeast of Brazil, had been connected to the grid and would be able to produce more than 1,200 gigawatt hours annually when “fully up and running.” Photovoltaic refers to a way of directly converting light from the sun in...
RECHARGE news | March 09, 2020
Virginia's General Assembly passed landmark clean energy legislation that doubles its offshore wind goal to 5.2GW and clears the way for big deployments of solar and storage, in a move hailed by US renewable energy groups as transformational. The legislation creates a mandate requiring that 30% or more of electricity comes from renewable sources by 2030 and sets a target of 100% zero-emissions by 2050. The bill creates a pathway for Virginia to steadily reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, par...
Renewables Now | March 25, 2020
Nearly all of Hawaii’s utility-scale battery storage capacity is installed with onshore wind turbines or solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, allowing excess electricity from those generators to be stored and used later, according to a report by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). As of January 2020, about 30% of Hawaii’s total generating capacity is solar or wind. The non-dispatchable nature of these technologies creates operational challenges for system operators. Pairing batteries wit...
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