Fuel / Technology: Solar

Big Oil’s transition to cleaner tech a reason for optimism

May 29, 2020Knowing that fossil fuels are a finite resource that also create the greenhouse gases alleged to be warming the planet, many major oil producers have now dug into more renewable sustainability innovation.

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California Ports Turn to Microgrids for Energy Security, Demand Flexibility

March 10, 2020In response to California’s electrification push, the state’s largest ports, including San Diego, Los Angeles and Long Beach, are turning to microgrids for energy security and demand flexibility.

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Investments Drive Sustainable Transportation Growth

February 27, 2020The ACT Expo Investor Summit, launching this year at ACT Expo, is a first-of-its-kind event to focus on investing in the clean fleet market.

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Port of New York, New Jersey Buys Solar Chargers for Growing Electric Vehicle Fleet

November 27, 2019The New York/New Jersey Port Authority has purchased two of Envision Solar International’s EV Arc 2020 charging units to charge its growing fleet of electric vehicles.

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Will PG&E’s Blackouts Catalyze California’s Microgrids Market?

November 12, 2019Community-scale microgrids are stuck between possibility and execution. Despite their obvious benefits in outage-prone California, hurdles remain.

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Siemens joins 5GW wind and solar plan to make green hydrogen

October 28, 2019Siemens will be a partner in a 5GW wind and solar project in Australia to produce ‘green hydrogen’ for export to Asia.

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Duke Energy Vows to Eliminate Its Carbon Emissions by 2050

September 18, 2019The utility will lean heavily on gas and renewables in the medium term. Beyond 2030, big questions remain.

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Taking a New Look at Sustainability in the South

August 9, 2019Climate change and renewable energy have become an integral part of the conversation in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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Why Long Island Could Become New York’s First Energy Storage Hotspot

July 12, 2019The region stands to benefit from storing renewable power, and $55 million of new incentives could get the market going.

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SoCalGas Partners Develop RNG and Hydrogen Conversion Technology

June 28, 2019SoCalGas, in collaboration with a number of partners, held a public exhibition of projects to help California achieve GHG emission reductions.

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EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW: Trillium Provides New Paradigm for EV Fleet Charging with PowerUP

June 19, 2019Kim Okafor, electric transportation manager at Trillium, discusses how the company has become a leader in sustainability and offers advice to women interested in the transportation sector.

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Clean Transportation Solutions from ACT Expo 2019

May 15, 2019The innovations and technologies at ACT Expo demonstrated the significant increase in investment in advanced clean technologies and fuels for the commercial fleet sector.

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Electric Ridesharing Benefits the Grid, and EVgo Has the Data to Prove It

May 9, 2019Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are offering more electric vehicles, boosting the need for fast charging. That may help the grid in high-solar states like California.

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Electric Cars, Solar Compete for Same Parts

May 4, 2019Electric vehicles and solar are competing head-to-head for high-tech components that have been in short supply.

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The Role of Microgrids in a Resilient Energy Future

April 17, 2019Interest in microgrid projects has grown in the past five years, presenting valuable energy management opportunities for EV fleets.

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Fort Lauderdale Fleet Goes With Solar-Powered EV Charging

January 22, 2019The City of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has selected Envision Solar International Inc.’s EV ARC product to provide emissions-free charging for electric fleet vehicles.

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