Distributed Generation

Commercial  -  October 15, 2019

Carnival trials first fuel cell-powered cruise ship

Carnival Corporation & plc will become the first in the cruise industry to trial fuel cells on a large passenger vessel through its German-based brand, AIDA Cruises, in a project expected to set sail as early as 2021.
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Solar  -  October 9, 2019

Occidental completes solar farm to power oil operations

Occidental Petroleum Corp announced Oct. 3 the completion of their first solar facility to directly power its oil and gas operations in addition to signing a long-term PPA for 109 MW of solar energy beginning in 2021.
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Distributed Generation  -  October 8, 2019

Contra Costa County to install 3.7 MW in solar arrays

Contra Costa County, Calif., will be deploying a total of 3.7 MW in solar systems at 10 locations across the country and expects the project to offset approximately 68% grid electricity.
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Distributed Generation  -  October 7, 2019

SoNo Collection in Conn. to premiere fast-charging EV network

The SoNo Collection, a 700,000 sq ft upscale retail center currently being built in Norwalk, Conn. by Brookfield Properties, will be the first to feature free public access to fast-charge EV stations. The retail center will offer a total of 12 chargers, including a mix of these Level 3 fast-chargers along with Volta's Level 2 chargers.
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Commercial  -  October 1, 2019

Javits Center solar project approved for energy storage addition

A solar project planned for the rooftop of the Javits Center was approved for the addition of a 2 MW battery storage system, which will allow the center to support the overall state power grid through demand response and other energy optimizing programs.
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Distributed Generation  -  September 13, 2019

Clean charging exponentially optimizes EV efficiency

Emissions-optimized charging for electric vehicles might improve even further their positive environmental impact, according to a report released by environmental tech nonprofit WattTime on September 10.
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Regulation  -  June 27, 2019

Michigan bill would open state parks for EV charging

The Michigan state legislature on June 26 introduced a bill that would allow for electric vehicle charging stations to be installed on state parks and park-and-ride lots.
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Distributed Generation  -  May 28, 2019

Toyota to test blockchain, EV solar power trading

Toyota announced May 23 plans to use blockchain for a prosumer electricity trading test to explore electricity trading among individuals and business who store excess power from solar panels in batteries and electrified vehicles.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 24, 2019

Shell Group launches Ohio EV charging station project

A "new energy" subsidiary of the Shell Group announced an initiative to install public DC fast charging stations in Ohio at a local taxi depot facility and along heavily trafficked areas.
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Distributed Generation  -  March 14, 2019

Volkswagen to increase EV production by 50%

Volkswagen plans to increase the number of electric vehicles it produces by 50% over the next decade and significantly reduce the amount of carbon emissions associated with its the production and use of it products by 2025.
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