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  1. Argentina Eyes Slower Renewable Growth as Infrastructure Lags

    Argentina’s next renewable power auction will be half the size of last year’s because of an infrastructure bottleneck slowing down the ability to add capacity.

  2. Rising Chinese Solar Panel Prices May Put Indian Projects At Risk

    Solar power projects bid at low tariffs may be at risk as the prices of photovoltaic panels have risen amid a push in the U.S. to impose anti-dumping duty on cheaper imports from China.

  3. Home Depot to Lease 50 Store Rooftops for Solar Power

    The Home Depot last week said that it will use power purchase agreements to lease rooftop space for 50 of its stores. The company is working with GE subsidiary Current and Tesla on the project.


  4. Investor Group to Buy Calpine for $5.6 Billion

    Calpine Corp. on Friday said that a consortium of investors will buy the geothermal and natural gas electricity supplier for $5.6 billion. Energy Capital Partners along with a consortium of investors led by Access Industries and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board have agreed to pay $15.25 per share in cash for the company.

  5. 5 Key Takeaways for Engineers Interested in Designing Platforms for Offshore Wind Farms

    To say the engineering that goes into the platform design for an offshore wind farm is “complicated” would be laughable at best. “Complicated’ barely scratches the surface of the hundreds of hours of work that goes into designing a structure to support a tower that will stand some 100-200 meters high in the ocean for 20+ years, be subjected to enormous wave and wind loads over those two and half decades and oh, not to mention, generate electricity all the while.

  6. All Coast to Build Jones-Act Compliant Liftboat

    All Coast LLC recently said it will build a Jones Act-compliant liftboat for U.S. wind farm installation and support activities (WTIV). 

  7. 100 Percent Renewable Powered Microgrid in Illinois Islands from the Grid for 24 Hours

    On Thursday, Ameren Corporation and S&C Electric Company announced that they had successfully conducted a 24-hour islanding test at the recently deployed Ameren microgrid in Champaign, Illinois. 

  8. Mexico City Company Turns Prickly Pear Cactus Waste Into Energy

    A startup called Energy and Environmental Sustainability is taking cactus waste from the Milpa Alta neighborhood of the capital and turning it into biogas.

  9. Potential Partners Considered for Greek Geothermal Development

    The first phase has been completed in the selection process for partners in PPC Renewable’s geothermal development work in Greece.

  10. Australia Continues Tidal Energy Research with $2.49 Million In Funding

    The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) announced it will provide $2.49 million in funding to attract future investment via a 3-year project that will explore the tidal energy potential in Australia.

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