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Redeux Energy | September 16, 2022
Redeux Energy Partners LLC (Redeux), a developer of utility-scale solar and energy storage projects, today announces its continued momentum including:Exceeding 2022 development goals for market coverage, leased acreage and multi-gigawatt capacity of projects with filed interconnection
Entry into a multi-state land lease with Farmland Partners Inc. (NYSE: FPI), the nation’s largest publicly traded farmland REIT by U.S. acreage
The addition of five senior team m...
DFRobot | April 11, 2022
DFRobot has launched a series of sensors for air, environmental, and gas detection. The Air Quality Sensor utilizes cutting-edge TrueVOC technology in conjunction with Metal Oxide (MOX) technology, ensuring the sensor's high accuracy, rapid response, and robust anti-interference performance. The Multifunctional Environmental Sensor utilizes a more simplified and appropriate layout design and heat conduction, thereby ensuring data accuracy; The Gas Detection Sensor Series detects 12 different...
Standard Sola | February 24, 2022
The Massachusetts town of Plymouth and the Acton Water District will soon enjoy the clean energy and savings of solar power with an innovative 4.69 megawatt (MW) solar and 4 MWh storage project. Standard Solar acquired the project from developer EDF Renewables North America. The project received an award from the state’s Solar Massachusetts Renewable Targets (SMART) program, which provides incentives for solar and storage projects.
Located in Acton, Massachusetts, on land ow...
PV Tech | January 17, 2020
Some of the world’s largest and most iconic businesses have chosen this week to make announcements around the full procurement of renewable electricity, laying the groundwork for the deployment of large solar and wind pipelines in the matter of years. On Thursday, technology colossus Microsoft unveiled plans for a green energy purchase spree over the next few years to ensure it can become carbon negative by 2030, avoiding more greenhouse gas emissions than it generates. The firm – a US$126-billi...
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