Lois Mendez

Lois Mendez

Nuclear power, not the wind, is the way to go

The country’s first offshore wind farm to be built 15 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard has been hailed by the Biden administration, but a better alternative would have been a nuclear power plant, according to an “environmental hero” from Time magazine. Michael Shellenberger said the 800-megawatt Vineyard wind power project, …

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GS E&C invests W500b in renewable energy projects

Pohang Mayor Lee Kang-deok (left) and GS E&C Chairman Huh Yoon-hong shake hands during a signing ceremony held in Pohang, Gyeongsang Province on Wednesday North. (GS E&C) GS Engineering & Construction is teaming up with Pohang City in North Gyeongsang Province to invest in green energy, the company said on …

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Carlyle launches renewable energy infrastructure unit

Private equity giant Carlyle Group Inc. is launching a company to develop renewable energy production and storage projects with the aim of reorienting its energy business towards sustainable investments. Funds operated by Carlyle will inject up to $ 700 million into the new company, Copia Power, enabling it to organize …

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Cubico completes the purchase of a Greek wind farm – reNews

Cubico Sustainable Investments (Cubico) has completed the acquisition of Aoliki Panachaikou, owner of two operational onshore wind farms in Greece, from Enora. The wind farms have a combined capacity of 48.5 MW and are located in the Panachaiko Mountains. Enora and its sister company Enteka Services will continue to manage …

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Governor Cuomo announces $ 52.5 million available for community solar projects that support underserved New Yorkers

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the launch of the Inclusive Community Solar Adder program, which makes $ 52.5 million available to community solar projects that support underserved New Yorkers and disadvantaged communities. Projects funded under the program are expected to serve up to 50,000 low to moderate income households, …

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