Tuesday, January 16, 2018

AES Taps Sunpower to Build Hawaii Solar Plant

AES Distributed Energy, a subsidiary of AES  and SunPower, today announced that a SunPower® Oasis® Power Plant platform with an innovative solar plus storage facility is...

U.S. Green Bond Market Could Hit $17B

The U.S. green-bond market could grow 6.3 percent to $17 billion this year as municipal issuance continues to outperform a sluggish corporate market, said...

BNP Paribas Ends Shale and Tar Sands Financing

BNP Paribas has announced it will take further measures to accelerate its support of the energy transition: The BNP Paribas Group will no longer...

Quebec Earmarks $15M for Carbon Capture Project

CO2 Solutions has provided an update on the Valorisation Carbone Québec project (VCQ), which was first announced by Mr. David Heurtel, the Quebec Minister...

In Trump Rebuttal, Bloomberg Pledges $64M For U.S. Climate

One day after the Trump Administration formally announced its plans to rescind the Clean Power Plan, the Obama Administration’s climate change policy that has...

Facebook and Dominion in Renewable Energy Venture

Dominion Energy Virginia will add new solar generation to the power grid to serve a new state-of-the-art data center Facebook plans to build in...

Hyundai Says New Fuel Cells Cut 1,140 tons of CO2

In celebration of National Hydrogen Day, Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell drivers have again surpassed an important threshold, accumulating more than three million miles on...

Tesla Faces Big Challenges in $10B Puerto Rico Power Rebuild

Tesla will face heavy challenges in its newly announced bid to help Puerto Rico rebuild its ailing power grid – a task some experts...

SunPower, True Green to Finance $140M of U.S. Solar

SunPower today announced a collaboration with True Green Capital Management LLC (TGC) a privately owned, specialized energy infrastructure asset management firm –to establish a $140...

U.S. Bankers Eye 20 Environmental Impact Bonds

As hurricanes Harvey and Irma raise alerts about stormwater surges and their damaging economic impact, U.S. bankers are working to structure over 20 so-called...

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