Geothermal energy exploration to get boost from University research

University of Nevada, Reno gets $10 million DOE grant to develop comprehensive 'toolkit' for industry

ACORE Statement on Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act

Statement from Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE):

Heightened risk of suppliers failing to meet their Renewables Obligation

Latest forecasts from Cornwall Insight show a potential shortfall in the Renewable Obligation (RO) buy-out fund of approximately half of the £16.94mn mutualisation threshold. Supplier exits to date alone are not expected to trigger the mutualisation process. However, there is a heightened risk that some active suppliers may now be unable to meet their obligation, which could contribute to triggering mutualisation.

FreeWire's Boost Charger Becomes First Battery-Integrated EV Charger to Achieve UL Certification, Enables Ultrafast Charging Without Grid Upgrades

FreeWire Technologies, a leader in EV charging technology, achieves a first-of-its-kind safety milestone for its next-generation ultrafast electric vehicle charger.

TÜV Rheinland "All Quality Matters" Solar Congress 2021 Launch Ceremony Held in Shanghai

All Quality Matters Solar Congress 2021 will be held in Hangzhou next April

Solex Energy Science to tackle energy challenges of tomorrow, today

New heat transfer technology company leverages bulk solids expertise to support development in the renewable energy sector

MaKo 2020: Signature and Encryption are Now Required for Schedule Data Exchange with German Partners

There is a week left to upgrade your email security infrastructure to meet the "Market Communication 2020" requirements if you work with the German energy sector. The new Energy Module from Zertificon allows email exchange in compliance with guidelines.

25 years of Natural Power

Leading renewable energy consultancy and service provider, Natural Power, celebrates its 25th anniversary today (24th September 2020).

CS Energy Named One of New Jersey's Best Places to Work

Ranked 7th in Medium Companies by NJBIZ

JAPAN DEMANDS HIGHER STANDARD OF RESOURCE DATA TO SUSTAIN SOLAR MARKET GROWTH ¬- SOLARGIS

-Reliance on publicly available solar datasets may hold back development and operation of profitable solar projects in Japan -Solargis sees growing demand for high-resolution, validated solar data from international and domestic developers

Electric Car Sharing Program Receives MassCEC Award

E4TheFuture wins grant to pilot the state's first income-tiered electric vehicle car-sharing program.

PXiSE Energy Solutions and Toshiba Sign Agreement to Develop Renewable Energy and Microgrid Projects

Leading power systems technology companies, with backing from Mitsui & Co., aim to develop broader portfolio of microgrid projects in Japan and globally

INEOS agrees the largest ever industrial wind power purchase contract in Belgium with ENGIE

• The 10-year deal will reduce INEOS' carbon footprint by 1,150,000 tonnes of CO2. • ENGIE supplies renewable energy to INEOS from the Norther offshore windfarm in the North Sea from 1st January 2021 • Gerd Franken Chairman INEOS Olefins & Polymers Europe said: "This significant deal, will reduce our carbon footprint in Belgium by more than one million tonnes of CO2, the equivalent of taking 100,000 cars off the road each year.

Worley secures contract for ground-breaking carbon capture project

Worley has been awarded a contract to provide the early front-end engineering and design (pre-FEED) for the first two carbon capture units at Drax Group's power station in North Yorkshire, UK. Each unit is expected to capture approximately 4 million tonnes of carbon dioxide a year.

Hitachi ABB Power Grids launches open and scalable ecosystem for digitalization of transformers

The manufacturer-agnostic, TXpert™ Ecosystem to enable millions of dollars in savings through greater flexibility, efficiency and resilience in electricity networks

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