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Lyft launches green mode, offers free EV charging in Portland

Lyft is looking to adopt the EV charging system and starting from small; it has already set up its free EV charging station in Portland where drivers can charge and instantly park their respective vehicles. Currently, the locations are distributed across various areas in the Portland metro area, including the newly-opened Hillsboro station, and is […]

Tesla announces to slump solar panel prices by 38 percent

In the spring of 2017, Tesla announced the pricing for their new solar roof product, a roof replacement for your home. And since, Tesla has been manufacturing the solar roof at their Buffalo Gigafactory, slowly though mass-market availability remains unclear. According to Tesla, the average Tesla Solar Roof costs a property owner to pay around […]

How the cloud is innovating the energy industry

In the past couple of decades, cloud computing has come to play a key role in business innovation, and its potential still seems boundless. The cloud has revolutionized communications, control, and data analysis, not just for businesses but also for individuals, city councils and education institutes. For the energy industry, in particular, the cloud has […]

EDP Renewables and Microsoft’s deal over wind power in Ohio

EDP Renewables SA and Software giant Microsoft have closed on a 1.4GW renewable energy portfolio with a deal to buy wind power for the Ohio homes. The world’s biggest technology companies are using wind power alone and have made the most significant order for offshore wind turbines in 2017. Microsoft signed two power purchase agreements with […]

Alphabet partners with Shell for a wind energy project

Alphabet turns another of its X-projects into a business, but this time it enlists the support of an unusual ally. Makani Power, a company that produces electric kites, has become a fully-fledged subsidiary of Alphabet. They plan to transfer technology from land to water, where the wind is stronger. They rely on the fact that […]

The UK provides extra funding for renewable energy projects in Africa

The UK Government recently made it to the international headlines when it proposed to support the renewable energy projects in Africa by providing extra funds of around £100 million for the good cause. The UK initially provided around £48 million to the Renewal Energy Performance Platform (REPP), which was started in 2015. One of the […]

Google signs a deal to buy renewable energy built in Finland

On September 11, Google announces to sign a power purchase agreements (PPAs) to buy electricity from three new wind farms in Finland with a combined capacity of 190 MW. The deal has been signed to buy renewable energy from three new wind farms that are being built in Finland and which will power one of […]

Sony joins RE100 initiative for promoting renewable energy

Tokyo-Japan Sony Corporation announced today at San Francisco that they are joining the RE100 initiative operated by the international non-government organization (NGO) The Climate Group in partnership with CDP. The initiative is driven towards a 100% use of renewable energy and Sony, as a part of this initiative, will do so for all its business […]

Green technologies that can reverse climate change

The fact of the matter is that climate change is real, whether we like it or not. The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has been steadily rising since the Industrial Revolution, and 97 percent of climate scientists agree that climate-warming trends are most likely due to human activities. Since we can’t go back […]

Tesla’s cumulative energy storage is almost half of total global storage in 2017

Tesla the leading player in renewable energy has announced the completion of its worldwide energy storage having a size of almost half of the total energy storage installed across the globe last year. The company had installed the world’s biggest lithium-ion battery in Australia last November. In Ta’u, the Pacific island of American Samoa, diesel […]

World’s only floating nuclear power unit (FPU) Akademik Lomonosov has debuted

Akademik Lomonosov, the first-ever, and only this far of the world floating nuclear power unit or FPU has taken its first voyage on April 28, 2018. It started from Baltiyskiy Zavod in St. Petersburg (where its build was carried out since 2009) to its base in Chukotka. The towing was planned in two stages, as […]

Apple’s global facilities are now powered by 100 percent renewable energy

Cupertino-based tech giant Apple announced that its facilitates are now powered by 100% clean energy worldwide, while nine more of its suppliers has also committed to producing 100 percent clean energy as well. The total number of supplier commitments is now 23, which includes retail stores, offices, data centers and co-located facilities in the United States, […]