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Enel Green Power’s work in PV solar power , geothermal energy and wind power in the USA

With a net installed capacity of 1.6 gigawatts, 90 plants across 21 states and continued growth, Enel Green Power’s work in PV solar energy, geothermal power and wind energy is pushing forward development of green energy in the States. Competition between renewable energy sources is hotting up in the United States, where for the first […]

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Scottish government has announced funding for a initiative to reduce the cost of offshore wind energy

First Minister Alex Salmond confirmed the project will receive an award of £2.2m. The government has a target for the equivalent of 100% of Scotland’s electricity consumption to come from renewable sources by 2020. Environmental charity WWF Scotland welcomed the news saying it would bring extra jobs as well as cheaper energy. The funding will […]

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Ex-Im Bank Finances Export of U.S.-Manufactured Wind Turbines to Talas de Maciel Wind Farm in Uruguay

The Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) is providing a $64.5 million direct loan to Astidey S.A., in Montevideo, Uruguay, for the purchase of U.S.-manufactured wind-turbine generators being exported by Gamesa Technology Corporation Inc., headquartered in Feasterville-Trevose, Pa. The authorization, which is Ex-Im Bank’s second wind transaction in Uruguay, will support approximately 400 […]

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Latin America photovoltaic (PV) pipeline approaching 20 GW

According to the newly released Q3 2014 Latin America PV Playbook, the region’s PV project pipeline rose 22 percent over last quarter, reaching 19.5 gigawatts. In GTM Research’s PV Playbook project tracker, the pipeline is made up of  two segments: announced projects and capacity under construction. Growing from a smaller base, capacity under construction outpaced […]

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Major U.S. companies: We want more renewable energy

Are policymakers and utilities listening? U.S. businesses are joining the majority of Americans in saying “we want more renewable energy.” 12 leading companies, including General Motors, Walmart, Facebook, Bloomberg, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Mars, Novelis, Procter and Gamble, REI, and Sprint, have joined together to push for increased access to renewable energy, including wind […]

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