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3M shares its experiences in entering a 120 megawatt power purchase agreement with a wind farm in Texas and Kohl’s talks about why its onsite solar investments save money.
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The search giant signed a power purchase agreement with Chermac Energy’s 240MW Happy Hereford project in Texas.
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Google inks a new wind power deal in Texas
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How can you reinvent the energy industry? Make it cleaner, more dynamic and resilient. And hire the person who got Google to go solar.
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Santiago Medem / CC BY-SA 2.0 A massive new solar power plant is in the works for Namibia , Renewable Energy World reports. The proposed project, to be built near the capital Windhoek by SSI Energy Solutions, currently has a power purchase agreement with the Namibian governme… Read the full story on TreeHugger
Better Place has entered into an agreement with Chinese utility China Southern Power Grid to bring their battery swap stations to the Asian country. The first phase of the partnership will bring a battery swap station and an education center to city of Guangzhou by the end of the year.Â By that time, more details of larger infrastructure projects between Better Place and the utility will be formalized and China will be well on its way to a booming EV infrastructure
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Photo: Mascoma The first large-scale commercial operation to produce cellulosic ethanol (the kind of ethanol made not from corn or other grown crops, but from organic waste) in the US just got major backing from the oil industry, and will be online in 2013. The New York Times reports: the Mascoma Corporation of Lebanon, N.H., said it had reached an agreement with Valero, the nation’s largest independent oil refiner, under which Valero would take the entire output of a commercial plant that Mascoma is to break ground on this year in Kinross, Mich
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