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There is No National Policy in the U.S. Requiring Recycling

June 10th, 2019|feature, featured, Recycling, Sustainability, United States|

Americans are notoriously bad at recycling. We don’t like thinking about trash. As soon as our trash is tossed in the bin, it is forgotten about forever, for someone else to deal with. The average person doesn’t know how recycling works in the U.S. The people who generally know how recycling works are [...]

June 10 Green Energy News

June 10th, 2019|News, Renewable Energy News, World News|

Headline News: “How Countries Can Learn From Jordan’s Renewable Energy Pivot” • Jordan, with a total generation capacity of about 4,000 MW, has 285 MW of wind and 771 MW of solar power. It wants to have 2,000 MW of renewable capacity by 2021. Its move toward renewables, started in 2015, is impelled by [...]

There is No National Policy in the U.S. Requiring Recycling

Americans are notoriously bad at recycling. We don’t like thinking about trash. As soon as our trash is tossed in the bin, it is forgotten about forever, for someone else to deal with. The average person doesn’t know how recycling works in the U.S. The people who generally know [...]

Vertical Farming Conference June 26th, 2019

Vertical Farming Conference takes place on June 26th, 2019 as part of the two-day Agri-Food Innovation event in Venlo, The Netherlands. Some of the focus topics include Improved resource-use efficiency, food safety, AI, robotics, and sustainable buildings. Leo Marcelis, a thought leader for the vertical farming movement, has been [...]

Investments in Vertical Farms growing

The Vertical Farming trend is growing in America, promising a more sustainable approach than conventional farming practices. Paul Gauthier, a leading thought leader in the field, is out to show the potential for vertical farming and the hurdles the industry faces. Companies are investing in Vertical Farm start-ups in [...]

June 10 Green Energy News

Headline News: “How Countries Can Learn From Jordan’s Renewable Energy Pivot” • Jordan, with a total generation capacity of about 4,000 MW, has 285 MW of wind and 771 MW of solar power. It wants to have 2,000 MW of renewable capacity by 2021. Its move toward renewables, started in [...]

Beatrice Comes Online delivering 588MW

Scotland has been working hard on its biggest ever windfarm, work began in 2016 on the farm named Beatrice. Its located 13km from Caithness coastlines.  Recently it has been announced that the last of the 84 turbines has now been installed. Compared to other wind farms Beatrice is in the [...]

Beatrice Comes Online delivering 588MW

Scotland has been working hard on its biggest ever windfarm, work began in 2016 on the farm named Beatrice. Its located 13km from Caithness coastlines.  Recently it has been announced that the last of the 84 turbines has now been installed. Compared to other wind farms Beatrice is in the [...]

UK Requires Robust New Renewables Policy to Protect Jobs

Government cuts to incentives and lack of a coherent long-term policy for the renewable industry have caused much stress and anxiety in the industry. Those who supply and install renewables have been put under significant strain after many schemes and incentives where cut or scrapped all together. A new issue [...]

UK Requires Robust New Renewables Policy to Protect Jobs

Government cuts to incentives and lack of a coherent long-term policy for the renewable industry have caused much stress and anxiety in the industry. Those who supply and install renewables have been put under significant strain after many schemes and incentives where cut or scrapped all together. A new issue [...]

SgurrEnergy India Helps Reduce Global Solar Design & Engineering Costs

Solar developers, manufacturers, EPCs/system builders, and investors alike rely on detailed independent engineering (IE) studies when proposing a solar project to a bank and for implementing the project. These so-called bankability studies are often produced from different points of view, depending on the role of the company in a solar [...]

Indian Solar EPC Sterling & Wilson Plans $650 Million IPO

One of the world’s leading solar EPC has filed the draft red herring prospectus as part of its initial public offering at Indian bourses. Sterling & Wilson Solar Limited is a subsidiary of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group Source: Clean TechNew feed Indian Solar EPC Sterling & Wilson Plans 0 [...]

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