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Japanese Energy Companies Scrap 2 Gigawatt Coal Project

February 5th, 2019|News|

Three Japanese energy companies announced last week that they have decided to scrap plans to build a 2 gigawatt (GW) coal-fired power station in the Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo, saying that the project would not be economically feasible.  Source: Clean TechNew feed Japanese Energy Companies Scrap 2 Gigawatt Coal Project

BP To Support Investor Call For Alignment With Paris Agreement

February 5th, 2019|News|

Oil and gas major BP has announced it will support a resolution put forward by a group of institutional investors which calls for the company to align its business strategy with the goals of the Paris Agreement and to improve its corporate reporting and transparency on climate change-related risks and opportunities.  Source: Clean TechNew Read More

Bonfire Brewing Patio Expansion Now Complete

February 5th, 2019|Brewery News|

EAGLE, CO— Bonfire Brewing prepares for the Vail Valley’s sun-filled spring days with the completed construction of their newly-expanded tasting room patio. The expansion was made possible, in part, by an amendment to the Town of Eagle’s land use regulations which passed in September 2018 and opens for patron use beginning the first week Read More

Second Chance Beer Company Expands Distribution in the US for the First Time

February 5th, 2019|Brewery News|

Second Chance Beer Company®, a San Diego-based award-winning independent craft brewery, announced today it’s expanding distribution to the greater Los Angeles area and Arizona. Second Chance has partnered with Craft LA for coverage throughout Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside Counties and in partnership with Arizona Beer & Cider, plans to expand to Arizona at Read More

Japanese Energy Companies Scrap 2 Gigawatt Coal Project

Three Japanese energy companies announced last week that they have decided to scrap plans to build a 2 gigawatt (GW) coal-fired power station in the Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo, saying that the project would not be economically feasible.  Source: Clean TechNew feed Japanese Energy Companies Scrap 2 Gigawatt Coal Project

Vineyard's pioneering US offshore project clears key hurdle

The country's first utility-scale offshore wind project clears the comprehensive environmental review process in Massachusetts, keeping 2022 online target Source: New feRenewable News -Recharge Vineyard's pioneering US offshore project clears key hurdle

BP To Support Investor Call For Alignment With Paris Agreement

Oil and gas major BP has announced it will support a resolution put forward by a group of institutional investors which calls for the company to align its business strategy with the goals of the Paris Agreement and to improve its corporate reporting and transparency on climate change-related risks and Read More

Bonfire Brewing Patio Expansion Now Complete

EAGLE, CO— Bonfire Brewing prepares for the Vail Valley’s sun-filled spring days with the completed construction of their newly-expanded tasting room patio. The expansion was made possible, in part, by an amendment to the Town of Eagle’s land use regulations which passed in September 2018 and opens for patron use Read More

Second Chance Beer Company Expands Distribution in the US for the First Time

Second Chance Beer Company®, a San Diego-based award-winning independent craft brewery, announced today it’s expanding distribution to the greater Los Angeles area and Arizona. Second Chance has partnered with Craft LA for coverage throughout Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside Counties and in partnership with Arizona Beer & Cider, plans to Read More

WattTime Brings Automatic Emissions Reduction To EV Drivers

WattTime is a nonprofit affiliate of Rocky Mountain Institute that has developed an algorithm called Automated Emission Reduction that seeks out the best time to recharge your electric car with electricity from the most environmentally friendly sources. Source: Clean TechNew feed WattTime Brings Automatic Emissions Reduction To EV Drivers

Sen. Hassan to Address Newfields Solar Project – February 8, 2019

Town to Save $530K with Clean Energy Transition Town of Newfields Solar Ribbon Cutting Friday, February 8 at 1 p.m. Newfields Village Water and Sewer District 7 Hervey Court, Newfields, NH AGENDA   1. Speakers: Catherine Nelson, Commissioner, Town of Newfields Maggie Hassan, U.S. Senator Martha Fuller Clark, State Senator Read More

Offshore Wind Drives Siemens Gamesa First Quarter Profit

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy published its first-quarter financial results last week revealing increased profit, revenue, and earnings driven primarily through growth in its offshore wind business.  Source: Clean TechNew feed Offshore Wind Drives Siemens Gamesa First Quarter Profit

'Most tech-savvy teenagers could shut down a wind farm'

A lack of cybersecurity in standard SCADA communication technology leaves projects vulnerable to attack, says leading expert Source: New feRenewable News -Recharge 'Most tech-savvy teenagers could shut down a wind farm'

Global wind additions 'fell in 2018'

Americas rose against the background of global installations dip, latest data shows Source: New feRenewable News -Recharge Global wind additions 'fell in 2018'

February 5 Green Energy News

Headline News: “Climate Change Will Melt Vast Parts Of The Himalayas, Study Says” • At least a third of the ice in the Hindu Kush Himalaya region, an area that includes Mount Everest and K2, could melt by the end of this century, a study said. That is even if Read More

Solar Design Startup Aurora Solar Announces $20 Million Funding Round

The solar power design and sales startup Aurora Solar has raised $20 million dollars in a Series A funding round. The California-based company uses technologies such as LiDAR and 3D computer vision to streamline the solar design and sales process. Founder Sam Adeyemo answered some questions for CleanTechnica about the Read More

Reindeer herders a 'challenging area' for Swedish wind growth

FACE TO FACE | Swedish wind is booming – but has to find harmony with Sami populations to expand in the north, Charlotte Unger, head of industry association Svensk Vindenergi tells Bernd Radowitz Source: New feRenewable News -Recharge Reindeer herders a 'challenging area' for Swedish wind growth

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