News  -  June 19, 2019

Energy-sector blockchain launches

June 19, 2019

The Energy Web Foundation (EWF) announced that it has launched the Energy Web Chain (EW Chain), the world’s first public, open-source, enterprise-grade blockchain tailored to the energy sector. EWF is currently tracking 17 decentralized applications that focus on creating customer and business value by expanding markets for renewable energy trading, increasing the effectiveness and depth of demand response programs, and streamlining electric vehicle charging. more

News  -  June 19, 2019

Solar, wind to power almost 50% of grid by 2050

June 19, 2019

Falling cost for wind, solar and battery technology will result in a grid nearly half-powered by the two fast-growing renewable energy sources by 2050, according to the latest projections from BloombergNEF (BNEF). more

News  -  June 18, 2019

Continental celebrates rooftop solar in NY

June 18, 2019

Continental Building Products commemorated the completion of the largest rooftop solar system in the Con Edison utility system and one of the largest in New York State. more

Research  -  June 14, 2019

Infographic: Johns Hopkins University Solar Pledge

Type: Presentation
Date Published: 6/14/2019
Source: Johns Hopkins University
Primary Topic: Solar

June 14, 2019

Marking the largest commitment to solar energy in Maryland and one of the most significant pledges to GHG emissions reduction in higher education, Johns Hopkins University has entered into a 15-year agreement to supply its campuses with more than 250,000 megawatt-hours of solar power per more

Columns  -  June 17, 2019 - By Brianna Esteves, Ceres

Microsoft leads the way for a clean energy future in Virginia

June 17, 2019 - By Brianna Esteves, Ceres

As multinational companies drive clean energy investment in Virginia, greening the grid and leading the state to a low-carbon future. This column from Ceres shows how Microsoft is pushing the envelope and leading the charge, both in their own operations as well as in the realm of clean energy policy more

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