Supplier News

  1. McDonald’s, Apex, And Ares Announce Restaurant Company’s First-Ever Large-Scale U.S. Virtual Renewable Power Purchase Agreement

    McDonald’s, Apex Clean Energy, and Ares Management Corporation’s Infrastructure and Power strategy, today announced a 220 MW virtual renewable power purchase agreement (PPA) between McDonald’s and Aviator Wind West, a portion of the Aviator Wind project located in Coke County, Texas

  2. Excelsior Energy Capital Acquires 109 MW Operating Wind Portfolio From Invenergy

    Excelsior Energy Capital (“Excelsior”), a leading independent North American renewable energy investor, announced today that its North American Renewable Energy Fund (the “Fund”) has executed definitive agreements for the acquisition of 90.1% of Invenergy’s sponsor equity interests in the combined 109 MW Prairie Breeze II and Prairie Breeze III projects (the “Projects”), located in Antelope and Boone Counties, Nebraska

  3. GE Announces Plans To Invest Up To $60M To Create New Global Repair Engineering And Development Center In Singapore For Its Industry-Leading HA Gas Turbines

    GE today announced its decision to invest up to $60M over 10 years in its existing Global Repair Service Center in Singapore. With the support of the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), GE plans to develop the next-generation repair capabilities for HA gas turbines by creating a new HA Repair Engineering and Development Center in the site. The announcement underscores the company’s commitment to continued investments in the future of gas, which is a vital part of the energy mix.

  4. The City Of Los Angeles Taps 8minute Solar For Game-Changing Clean Energy Project

    The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), the largest municipal utility in the United States, has announced a groundbreaking new partnership with 8minute Solar Energy, LLC to provide storable, renewable, and affordable power to households throughout Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley—at the lowest combined solar and storage prices on record

  5. ExxonMobil, FuelCell Energy Expand Agreement For Carbon Capture Technology

    ExxonMobil and FuelCell Energy, Inc. said recently they have signed a new, two-year expanded joint-development agreement to further enhance carbonate fuel cell technology for the purpose of capturing carbon dioxide from industrial facilities

  6. Blade For World’s Most Powerful Offshore Wind Turbine Arrives In Boston For Testing

    GE Renewable Energy and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) today announced the arrival of a blade that is part of the most powerful offshore wind turbine in the industry at MassCEC’s Wind Technology Testing Center (WTTC) in Boston

  7. EPA Seeks Input On Proposals To Establish A Clear And Stable Regulatory Framework For Coal Combustion Residuals And Reduce More Pollutants Under Effluent Limitation Guidelines

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced two proposed regulations – one that applies to the management of coal combustion residuals (CCR) from electric utilities and one that revises a portion of the regulations (known as effluent guidelines) affecting wastewater management from steam electric power plants.

  8. ABS Classes World’s Biggest Floating Wind Turbine

    The largest floating wind turbine in the world, an 8.4-megawatt (MW) ABS-classed offshore wind turbine, is about to be installed

  9. Tata Power And The Rockefeller Foundation Announce Breakthrough Enterprise To Empower Million Of Indians With Renewable Microgrid Electricity

    Recently, Tata Power and The Rockefeller Foundation announced the launch of a major new initiative to set up Microgrids, which will address one of the most pervasive challenges in modern India: the lack of access to affordable, reliable electricity for millions of rural homes and enterprises

  10. Enel Green Power Starts Construction Of 280 MW Of New Wind Capacity In South Africa

    Enel, through its renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power RSA (EGP RSA), has started construction in South Africa of its Karusa and Soetwater wind farms, with an installed capacity of 140 MW each