The US Justice Department has filed an emergency request that asks the Supreme Court to throw out the trial date for Juliana vs. US, the climate change law suit that argues the government has a duty to protect its citizens from environmental harm.
Trump Administration Begs Supreme Court To Derail Climate Change Law Suit syndicated from Clean Technica
US data company Iron Mountain Incorporated announced this week that it has signed another renewable energy Power Purchase Agreement, this time for 145 megawatts (MW) from the Pretty Prairie Wind Farm in Kansas, which is expected to boost the company’s renewable electricity usage in 2018 to 75% of its global operations.
Iron Mountain Signs 145 Megawatt PPA, Reaches 75% Renewables In 2018 syndicated from Clean Technica
India’s largest power generation company — NTPC Limited — has issued its first tender for a solar-wind hybrid power project. The tender is of a substantial capacity, and one of the three tenders that are currently open for bidding in the country.
India’s Largest Power Generator Issues 190 Megawatt Solar-Wind Hybrid Tender syndicated from Clean Technica
A new report published by Navigant Research has proclaimed US residential solar company Sunrun as the world’s leading solar-plus-storage vendor in a market which is expected to see nearly 40 gigawatts (GW) of new capacity installed in the next decade.
Sunrun Ranked As Leading Residential Solar-Plus-Storage Vendor syndicated from Clean Technica
Washington State energy provider Puget Sound Energy announced this week that the second round of its Green Direct program has been fully subscribed, providing participating local councils and businesses with an opportunity to purchase 100% of their energy from local renewable energy sources
Puget Sound Energy Launches Green Direct To Support 100% Renewable Goals syndicated from Clean Technica
GM is counting on the collective power of corporate renewable energy demand to help utilities shed their aging fossil fuel fleets
On Beyond EVs: How GM Charts A 100% Renewable Energy Path (#CleanTechnica Interview) syndicated from Clean Technica
Audi Hungaria recently began producing electric motors in Gyor using modular assembly with about 100 employees in an 8,500 square meter workspace. The first electric motors from Audi Hungaria will be used in the Audi e-tron. Peter Sarvari, Project leader of E-engine production AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt, answered some questions about the production for CleanTechnica
Electric Motor Production Begins At Audi Hungaria syndicated from Clean Technica