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PNM Resources in New Mexico is proposing a future energy resource portfolio that would eliminate its use of coal-fired generation by the end of 2031. The findings are included in PNM’s draft 2017 Integrated Resource Plan.
Iconic retailer Macy’s has been undergoing a solar energy makeover – part of a company-wide sustainability initiative – with SunPower. The chain, including Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores, has now completed 21 high-efficiency SunPower solar energy system installation this past year in seven states, totaling 15 megawatts.
Infocast’s California Water Summit will once again bring together a wide range of players in the California water arena, including cities, local municipalities, utilities, EPCS/developers, investors, financiers, technology, equipment providers, and other water stakeholders.
Aberdeen engineering firm EC-OG has successfully deployed its Subsea Power Hub at the European Marine Energy Centre’s (EMEC’s) Shapinsay Sound test site. The unit is a delta array of turbines or Ocean Generation modules. Each module is an underwater consisting of a turbine, generator, battery pack, and electrical conditioning system.
The Peruvian New & Renewable Energy Congress is designed to ensure you are positioned to seize the emerging opportunities in Peru’s renewable energy space with gusto, equipping you with the knowledge and contacts to formulate a winning strategy.
SunPower has begun construction on an 8.79-megawatt SunPower solar system at Toyota Motor North America’s new headquarters in Plano, Texas. Close to one megawatt larger than originally planned, it is expected to be the Lone Star State’s largest corporate office on-site solar installation among non-utility companies.
Microgrids Meet the Market Summit 2017 will bring decision makers together with microgrid integrators, utilities, ESCOs, control software providers, renewable energy and storage companies, EPCs, and financiers to explore the opportunities, economics, business cases, and technologies for deploying grid resiliency and advanced microgrids.
A team of chemical and biological engineers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has found a way to produce from biomass a valuable compound used in plastic production that they estimate could lower the cost of ethanol produced from plant material by more than two dollars per gallon.