Renewable energy first for zoos in Victoria

Victoria’s iconic zoos are the first in mainland Australia to be powered 100% by renewable energy with funding from the Victorian government. Energy, Environment and Climate Change Minister Lily D’Ambrosio today announced this important milestone – made possible by government support to reach a power purchase agreement for energies renewable. …

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World’s Largest Floating Wind Power Project Completed

Cobra Wind has commissioned the Kincardine floating wind farm near the Scottish coast for Pilot Offshore Renewables. With 50 MW, it is the largest installation of this type. The American Bureau of Shipping or ABS, which has ranked Kincardine Offshore Wind as the world’s largest floating wind farm, has revealed …

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Meralco communicates excellence in 2021

Manila Electric Co. (Meralco), the nation’s leading electric utility, continues to exude excellence beyond delivering stable and reliable power to its franchise area. Recognized for her initiatives focused on excellence in customer service, communication and transparency, she recently won three gold, three silver and three bronze medals at the 2021 …

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Annick Anctil: Making solar energy even greener | MSU Today

This Spartan engineer analyzes how we manufacture, implement and dispose of solar cells to ensure consumers end up with the most durable product. Michigan State University Annick AnctilThe goal of may seem surprising, even counterintuitive. After all, solar power is sustainable, so by definition it’s green, isn’t it? “Solar energy …

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California Not Yet To Go Net Solar Energy Measurement

Last month we published an article from a remarkable, very useful and effective environmental nonprofit, which basically argued that it is time to downsize (‘reform’) Net Solar Energy Meters (NEMs). in California. We quickly had a big backlash. I had seen this argument made earlier this year and was about …

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