Waterloo council hears renewable energy report – hngnews.com

Despite not having a quorum Thursday night, Sept. 7, the Waterloo Common Council heard a report from the Renewable Energy Committee chairman Andrew Lewandowski. No action was taken on any business on the agenda. The next scheduled council meeting is 7 p.m. Sept. 7. Lewandowski gave the report to the four council members, mayor … [Read more...]

Anheuser-Busch signs wind farm power deal as part of global renewable energy goal – STLtoday.com

Anheuser-Busch InBev has signed a deal to purchase energy produced on an Oklahoma wind farm later this year as part of a global goal by the world's largest brewer for 100 percent of its purchased electricity to come from renewable sources by 2025. A-B, its U.S. subsidiary based in St. Louis, announced a power purchase agreement … [Read more...]

Maryland groups launch campaign for 50 percent renewable energy – Washington Post

By Josh Hicks, Maryland environmental advocates have begun a push to require state utilities to buy half of their electricity from renewable sources such as wind and solar by 2030, promising to make the issue a top focus of the 2018 legislative session and election. The Maryland Climate Coalition and the Maryland Clean Energy … [Read more...]

Need to tap potential on Indo-US synergy on renewable power: Nolty Theriot – Economic Times

The USISPF Task Force member companies welcomed the collaboration with the MNRE for greater investment. NEW DELHI: Renewable hybrid projects are key to ensuring uninterrupted power supply and there is a need to explore full potential on this front, said US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) Secretary Nolty Theriot. The … [Read more...]

SoCal economy will benefit from 100 percent renewable energy … – The Daily Breeze

California’s fast-growing advanced energy economy is good for business and the economy. The industry is a source of more than 500,000 jobs across the state, and a bill now before the Legislature would make things even better. The Legislature is considering Senate Bill 100, which would move our state’s electric grid … [Read more...]

Schneider Electric network links renewable energy companies – Electric Light & Power

Schneider Electric is expanding the reach of the New Energy Opportunities Network, a community of corporations committed to buying and developing renewable energy and cleantech around the world. European organizations can now connect to the NEO Network to address science-based targets and clean energy goals across their … [Read more...]

Ignorance hindering renewable energy use – New Vision

Sustainable energy solutions in Uganda is crucial for alleviating poverty, strengthening the country’s economy and protecting the environment, according to experts. PIC: Traders showcase their energy saving merchandise during the Energy Week. (Credit: Miriam Namutebi)The low level of awareness is hindering the use of … [Read more...]

Commentary: Renewable energy is an economic issue, not a partisan one – Southeast Energy News

It is the reality of the world in which we live — Republicans and Democrats in the North Carolina General Assembly are often divided on complex social and economic issues. However, over 80 percent of legislation, including energy-related bills, are passed with strong bipartisan support. North Carolina state lawmakers … [Read more...]

Renewable Energy Expert – SustainableBusiness.com

Share this: Green Powered Technology Published: September 12, 2017 Categories (Number of Job Posting Views: 73) When you apply for this position, please say you saw this job on Green Dream Jobs!! Description ~ Green Powered Technology is an international energy, engineering, and development assistance … [Read more...]

MIT turns to millennia-old tech for renewable energy storage – Curbed

With renewable energy sources becoming more and more advanced, storing that energy means big business. While we’ve seen technological breakthroughs enabling everything from DIY powerpacks to batteries integrated into windmills, one team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is looking to old-school … [Read more...]