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Telegraph | March 05, 2020
Ameren Illinois on Thursday announced a plan, focused exclusively on its service area, designed to move Illinois toward its goal of 100% clean energy by 2050. The Downstate Clean Energy Affordability Act increases the use of solar energy while delivering environmental and economic development benefits for central and southern Illinois residents. Under the plan, Ameren Illinois will invest in local renewable energy development, transportation electrification, and battery storage. It also will tar...
Bird Global, Inc. | October 06, 2022
Bird Global, Inc. (NYSE:BRDS), a leader in environmentally friendly electric transportation, announced a major micromobility milestone as the company is set to become the first operator to achieve an ISO-critically reviewed vehicle Life Cycle Analysis (LCA), prompting a new industry standard and enabling reliable comparisons across European modes and vehicles.
Bird’s cradle-to-grave LCA report confirms that the Bird Three, the company’s latest and most sustainable vehi...
Ecobat | February 21, 2023
On February 20, 2023, Ecobat, a leading battery recycling company, announced that it is building its first North American lithium-ion battery recycling facility, which will mark its third facility overall. Initially generating 10,000 tons approximate of salvaged material yearly, the new facility located in Casa Grande, Arizona, will be expanded to meet the increasing need for lithium-ion battery recycling.
Through diagnostics, sorting, shredding, and material separation, Ecobat ...
solarpowerworldonline | April 10, 2020
While many jurisdictions have adopted no-touch permitting in recent weeks, San Luis Obispo County has gone a step further. It is now one of the first jurisdictions in California to offer instant permitting for solar. According to the building department: “The county’s online E-permitting system has been temporarily modified to accommodate the current COVID-19 shelter-in-place order and to ease permit access for licensed contractors. The zoning restrictions for e-permits has been temporarily lift...
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