FridayJul 12, 2024 9:00 am

New UK Government Cancels Onshore Wind Farms Ban

The new United Kingdom government is reversing the previous regime’s ban on onshore wind farms just days after being voted in. Instituted by the outgoing Tories' regime, the outright ban on new onshore wind farm facilities would most likely hamper the UK’s efforts to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and transition to cleaner alternatives. The ban was put in place nearly a decade ago in 2015 when then-Prime Minister David Cameron decreed that onshore wind projects could be scuttled by just one planning objection. However, former Communities Secretary Michael Gove said last September that the ban would be removed,…

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ThursdayJul 11, 2024 9:00 am

Energy and Water Development Corp. (EAWD) Offers an Off-grid Solution to Combat Clean Water Access Challenges Brought About by Climate Change

Energy and Water Development, a green-tech engineering solutions company focused on delivering water and energy to extreme environments, understands the existing issues associated with climate change and its impact on water access Studies have demonstrated that climate change threatens critical existing water sources for populations all over the world Through its innovative, off-grid solution, using solar power or other available energy sources to pull water directly from the atmosphere, the company looks to address this problem, making clean water accessible to especially endangered populations Energy and Water Development (OTCQB: EAWD), a green-tech engineering solutions company focused on delivering water and…

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WednesdayJul 10, 2024 9:00 am

Company Makes Progress in Building Storm-Resistant Clean-Energy System for Tropical Locations

The European Union's PLOTEC project has made notable progress in the development of a storm-resistant clean-energy system for use in tropical locations. Called the Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC), the prototype generates electricity by using the temperature difference between colder deep water and warm surface water. In addition, the system can withstand severe tropical storms, and its design allows it to continue to generate electricity 24/7, even in the wake of major tropical storms, providing a perpetual clean-energy source that can run even after severe weather events in the tropics. The prototype is currently in development at the Hidramar Shipyard…

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MondayJul 08, 2024 11:15 am

Correlate Energy Corp. (CIPI) Subsidiary Enters Key Partnership in Nation’s First Microgrid Utility

Ohio’s Cuyahoga County established a green energy utility three years ago, and recently signed a 10-year contract with companies Distributed Energy Capital and Compass Energy Platform to manage the first-in-the-nation community power operation Distributed Energy Capital is a subsidiary of Correlate Energy Corp., a distributed energy solutions developer that works strategically with partners to help clients make the transition to green energy transition Key development milestones for the utility are expected by next year, with a focus on supporting economic growth in the Cleveland metro region under a renewable energy model The partnership for the distributed energy utility model is being addressed with other…

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MondayJul 08, 2024 9:00 am

Pope Says Vatican Will Be Eighth Nation to Run on Clean Energy

The Pope has revealed that the Vatican is slated to become the eighth nation in the world to eliminate fossil fuels from its energy mix and fully power itself with renewable energy. In an apostolic letter where Pope Francis announced the construction of a new solar plant in the Vatican, he noted that the human race now has the technological know-how to deal with the increasingly dire issue of climate change. More than a century of burning fossil fuels has left the atmosphere damaged, causing the planet to heat up faster than it should and resulting in a growing number…

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FridayJul 05, 2024 9:00 am

WTO Report Says Trade Aid Could Broaden Opportunities in Energy Transition

The World Trade Organization Secretariat report has revealed that trade aid will be vital to broadening opportunities in the global transition to green energy. Launched late last month at the Global Review of Aid for Trade, the report noted that least-developed countries (LDCs) as well as developing economies have access to significant trade opportunities as the world transitions to renewables. It also outlined the role finance will play in helping such nations leverage available trade opportunities in the clean-energy-related product and service value chain. The “Aid for Trade in Action: Supporting the Transition to Clean Energy” report acknowledged that countries…

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WednesdayJul 03, 2024 9:00 am

WEF Says China Now Looking to Massively Deploy Energy-Storage Systems

The World Economic Forum (WEF) says China’s next step in its transition to renewables is the massive deployment of commercial and industrial energy-storage systems. With most developed countries working to cut their greenhouse-gas emissions, China has invested billions of dollars into its fledgling green-energy industry over the past several years. The result is a massive deployment of wind and especially solar energy farms. In 2023 alone, China installed more solar panels than the United States installed in its entire history, putting the east Asian country at the forefront of global solar-energy deployment. However, due to their intermittent nature, renewables are…

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MondayJul 01, 2024 9:00 am

New York Sets 2030 Target for 6GW of Additional Energy Storage

The state of New York is set to increase its energy-storage capacity by 6 gigawatts, roughly 20% of its peak electric power load, by the end of the decade. A recent statement from New York Governor Kathy Hochul revealed that the state’s Public Service Commission has approved a plan to add a whopping 6 gigawatts to New York’s energy capacity via a framework of comprehensive recommendations. According to the governor’s office, the framework will help the state expand its energy-storage plans, induce rapid renewable energy growth and increase grid reliability as well as customer resilience, all while maintaining cost effectiveness.…

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