Grupo Mexico picks Invenergy to develpp 168MW wind farm

Mexican industrial conglomerate Grupo Mexico Infraestrutura has hired US developer Invenergy to build a 168MW wind farm in the state of Nuevo León in order to supply power to industries and corporate consumers. Total investment in the project is estimated… Read moreGrupo Mexico picks Invenergy to develpp 168MW wind farm

‘The gas grid is a future renewable-energy resource vital for fighting climate crisis’

Gas grids should be seen as future renewable-energy networks rather than fossil-fuel carriers, especially as the European gas sector want to move to decarbonised gases, the head of Europe’s premier natural-gas trade body tells Recharge. “The gas infrastructure is not… Read more‘The gas grid is a future renewable-energy resource vital for fighting climate crisis’

Sunnova® Brings SunSafe® System to Florida and Debuts 15-Year Add-on Battery Financing in All Markets

Sunnova Delivers Affordable Backup Power Options to Floridians While Adding Financing Flexibility for All Sunnova SunSafe® Markets Sunnova Energy International Inc. (NYSE: NOVA) today announced the expansion of its Sunnova SunSafe®1 solar + battery storage system offering into the state… Read moreSunnova® Brings SunSafe® System to Florida and Debuts 15-Year Add-on Battery Financing in All Markets

Vineyard lands Connecticut offshore wind bid with Park City

Vineyard Wind is moving ahead with plans to build the 804MW Park City wind power project off Connecticut after the state’s Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (Deep) named it as winner of its latest request for proposals (RFP), advancing… Read moreVineyard lands Connecticut offshore wind bid with Park City

Building a Computer Literate Workforce

Science and Engineering Programs for Women and Minorities. Undergraduate women and minority students are employed for 10-12 weeks during the summer.  Participants are mentored by members of the scientific, administrative, or technical staff in an educational training program developed to… Read moreBuilding a Computer Literate Workforce

Energy transition can create a million LatAm jobs: IDB

A report commissioned by the Inter American Development Bank (IDB) said decarbonisation and the transition to renewable energy in Latin America can create a million new jobs and save billions of dollars through 2030, significantly boosting economic growth in the… Read moreEnergy transition can create a million LatAm jobs: IDB

NV Energy Gets Green Light on Big Solar+Storage Plans

The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) has approved NV Energy’s Integrated Resource Plan, which will bring an additional 1.19 GW of new solar renewable energy projects to Nevada and an additional 590 MW of energy storage capacity. All three… Read moreNV Energy Gets Green Light on Big Solar+Storage Plans

1,000th Siemens Gamesa offshore wind turbine up as 11MW era starts

Siemens Gamesa became has broken through the barrier of 1,000 installed direct drive offshore wind turbines as the German Spanish OEM is embarking on the 10MW-plus era. The company reached the milestone by recently installing turbine 51 of the 714MW… Read more1,000th Siemens Gamesa offshore wind turbine up as 11MW era starts

HashCash to launch P2P energy trading platform with German Solar Power Company

California based software company HashCash Consultants joins hands with German Solar Power Company to deploy a blockchain-based P2P energy trading platform. HashCash Consultants enters the energy trading market by partnering with a German solar power company. The proposed collaboration aims… Read moreHashCash to launch P2P energy trading platform with German Solar Power Company

Offshore wind fury at ‘double standards’ as Senvion delays hit project

Developers of a German offshore wind farm said they face lost revenue running into millions of euros after the insolvency of Senvion delayed installation, claiming government measures protecting onshore projects show “double standards” by excluding wind at sea. The insolvency… Read moreOffshore wind fury at ‘double standards’ as Senvion delays hit project