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Proposed Garryhinch Wind Farm

November 30, 2022

Proposed Garryhinch
Bord na Móna is an Irish, semi-state climate solutions company helping lead Ireland towards a climate neutral future. Bord na Móna has been serving communities for over 90 years, always rising to meet the needs of the day. It was founded in 1934 as The Turf Development Board to enhance national energy security through peat harvesting and became Bord na Móna in 1946. Today, we have radically changed our approach to face an even greater challenge: climate change. We have ended peat harvesting and now our focus is developing climate solutions in renewable energy, sustainable waste management, carbon storage and biodiversity conservation.

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Suncrest Solar

Suncrest culture coast to coast is fast paced, high growth, with a work hard play hard environment that encourages collaboration. Expansion into new markets throughout 2015 and 2016 enabled our team, which is built of hard working individuals ready for the next challenge, to grow by 300%. We look for talented and driven individuals who are ready to take their careers to the next level while growing our business into a national leader in solar energy development.

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Sustainable power grids

whitePaper | January 9, 2023

Stricter environmental and safety regulations, pressure to shift to green energy sources, and a retiring workforce all present significant challenges for today’s power grid operators. Transmission and distribution companies must create a more resilient, dynamic grid, capable of handling increased load and the complexity that distributed energy resources (DERs) will add. New digital tools that enable operators to collect and organize data can help transmission and distribution companies face these challenges by addressing three major imperatives.

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Securing the Energy Transition

whitePaper | January 12, 2023

Energy security and affordability present global challenges, but both are integral elements of a successful energy transition, alongside sustainability to mitigate climate change. The current energy crisis is driving inflation, slowing economic growth and contributing to social turmoil. Some choices made by countries in response to the crisis, such as improving energy efficiency and scaling renewables, will be beneficial for the wider energy transition. But other actions – including increased production of electricity from coal and broad-based consumption subsidies – put longterm energy transition imperatives at risk, while leaving those countries more vulnerable to future crises and putting global climate goals out of reach.

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Shipping’s Role in the global Energy Transition

whitePaper | November 5, 2022

This executive summary sets out the scale of the global energy transition needed to meet the Paris Climate Agreement goals, the implications for the shipping sector, and actions which could be taken by national energy ministries and by the shipping sector to help deliver this transition.

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The NYISO Interconnection Process

whitePaper | January 11, 2023

State and federal clean energy policies are driving an historic transition of the existing electric generating fleet in New York, including a dramatic increase in the development of clean energy projects. Mandates under the state’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) require 70% renewable energy by 2030 and an emissions-free electric system by 2040. The Inflation Reduction Act, signed into law by President Biden in August 2022, makes $370 billion available in tax credits and incentives to speed the country’s transition to clean energy technology – the most aggressive climate related action ever taken by Congress.

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The “No-Excuse” Framework to Accelerate the Path to Net-Zero Manufacturing and Value Chains

whitePaper | January 5, 2023

While many leading companies have already started their journey towards achieving net-zero emissions – namely, cutting their greenhouse gas emissions as much as possible and balancing the remaining by removing it from the atmosphere – no single business can reach net zero by itself. Systemic collaboration across and between value chains is fundamental to aligning and upgrading corporate strategies and industrial policies, and all stakeholders – even competitors – can find mutual benefit in ensuring their industries can continue operating in the future.

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Greening the Future Data Center Infrastructure via the GE Aeroderivative Technology and Microgrid Controls

whitePaper | June 15, 2022

Some data centers consume more energy than a large town or small city. But those towns and cities have time to relax and shut down. While data centers are critical infrastructure, they also run our worlds critical infrastructure – so keeping them online ca be a matter of life and death. Combine this with the continued need for more sustainable operations, renewable energy goals and objectives, and a dramatic increase for data storage services – and you have an interesting challenge. The Data Centers Industry went through a massive growth pattern in the past decade due to cloud computing transformation, hyperscale, 5G networks and other technological and socioeconomic changes. This technological evolution introduced challenges to the Data Centers owners in terms of sustainability, cost effectiveness and reliable operation. Per Seagate.com , the expected growth for data centers will go from 33 ZB in 2018 to 175 Zetabytes (1 Zetabyte = Billion Terabytes) by 2025

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Suncrest Solar

Suncrest culture coast to coast is fast paced, high growth, with a work hard play hard environment that encourages collaboration. Expansion into new markets throughout 2015 and 2016 enabled our team, which is built of hard working individuals ready for the next challenge, to grow by 300%. We look for talented and driven individuals who are ready to take their careers to the next level while growing our business into a national leader in solar energy development.

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