Utility companies, that’s who. David Roberts over at Grist has just posted a fantastic series stemming from a report by the Edison Electronic Institute’s that outlines how the success of small-scale renewables could make utility companies, as we know them, obsolete.
Boston-based wind energy developer First Wind has completed its first project of 2012.
One day away from Super Bowl XLVI, one of the biggest annual sporting events in North America, many in the United States are anxiously counting down the hours and minutes until their national anthem is heralded and the first whistle blows. Unbeknownst to many, however, another kind of Super Bowl countdown has been marching down this week - the event's carbon impact.
Wind energy developer has secured $210 million in to support the construction of its Paulouse Wind project in Whitman County, Washington.
The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) has signed a collaboration agreement with biofuel producer Hawaii BioEnergy LLC, an international consortium leading the alternative fuels race in Hawaii, to develop clean, renewable fuels for aviation.
Boston-based wind energy developer First Wind has selected Siemens AG to provide wind turbines for its latest wind project in Hawaii.
The Department of Energy (DOE) has made back to back announcements that combined will support the solar sector with loan guarantees that total nearly $500 million.
The United States Navy has selected Photon Finance LLC, Island Pacific Energy LLC, and Pacific Energy Solutions LLC for $500 million of solar development contracts.