Tag: renewable energy
SWCA Environmental Consultants acquired REAP, a renewable energy and historic preservation firm based in Sanford, N.C. REAP is a development services consulting firm that offers critical issue analysis, environmental permitting, site selection and control, coordination with government agencies, cultural resource preservation, and management of available tax incentives.
A series of Pumped Storage Hydropower projects planned across five states could triple Australia's electricity storage capacity and accelerate transition to renewable energy, according to a new study by a researcher at The Australian National University.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its Annual Energy Outlook 2019, projecting significant continued development of U.S. shale and tight oil and natural gas resources, as well as continued growth in use of renewable resources.
MIT engineers have come up with a conceptual design for a system to store renewable energy, such as solar and wind power, and deliver that energy back into an electric grid on demand.
Over the past decade, Texas has increased its solar power production by 38,510 percent and its wind power production by 410 percent, according to a new report by Environment Texas Research & Policy Center.
A new battery energy storage system is now online at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority’s wastewater treatment plant in Atlantic City, N.J. The system captures up to one megawatt hour of energy produced by the site’s 7.5-megawatt wind farm and 500 kilowatts from solar panels, storing it to be used when needed.
Environment Texas and the Sierra Club called on the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) to approve a proposal by American Electric Power (AEP) to install two lithium-ion battery systems and to open up a rulemaking to clarify that energy storage technologies may be used by transmission companies for reliability purposes.
Deepwater Wind will propose to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts an offshore wind solution that, for the first time, will allow a utility-scale renewable energy project to replace the retiring fossil fuel-fired power plants closing across the region.
RETTEW is part of an initial agreement targeted to build a 160,000-gallon-per-day high-strength wastewater pretreatment facility, in partnership with the City of Lebanon, Ind., PACE Energy, and Ken’s Foods Inc. The wastewater treatment processes will produce renewable energy in the form of natural gas.
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