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Greenbiz | April 21, 2020
The first quarter of 2020 had a respectable showing of corporate renewable procurement deals, despite the economic disruption caused by the global pandemic. Companies announced deals for at least 1.6 gigawatts of capacity, more than Q1 or Q4 of 2019. A review of the deal structures, involved partners and energy resources embraced also shows that the corporate renewable procurement model has continued to evolve, making room for more companies of more sizes to enter deals. It’s hard to remember w...
Durangoherald | April 26, 2020
The state’s plan to get 1 million electric vehicles on its roads by 2030 hasn’t stalled. In fact, it’s hit the gas. The Colorado Energy Office introduced its updated 2020 Electric Vehicle Plan on Thursday, which for the first time outlines the electrification of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. The plan also reiterates the goal of increasing the number of electric vehicles used by state agencies, and the 2018 goal of having 940,000 light-duty EVs in Colorado by 2030. Other comp...
businesswire | April 04, 2023
Enviva Inc. welcomes today’s news that the European Union’s trilogue negotiations concluded with an agreement on the Renewable Energy Directive III (“REDIII” or the “Directive”) and is pleased to hear that woody biomass will continue to be recognized as a renewable energy source in the EU.
Although the final text of the agreement has yet to be released publicly, the Company also understands that, encouragingly, the agreement does not impose rest...
pv magazine USA | February 13, 2020
Commercial solar has always been the weak sister in the U.S. solar market — but Extensible Energy, a Berkeley startup, believes its software can drastically improve the economics of commercial installations. Residential solar had a record 712 MW third quarter in the U.S and the contracted utility-scale solar pipeline is about 45 GW, the highest U.S. total ever, according to Wood Mackenzie.
Languishing in the middle is the commercial sector, which actually contracted in 2018 and 2019, due to unf...
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