Facebook and electricity company Pacific Power announced a partnership this week to build 437 megawatts (MW) worth of new solar projects in Oregon to power Facebook’s Prineville Data Center with 100% renewable energy.
Facebook To Power Oregon Data Center With 437 Megawatts Of Solar Power syndicated from Clean Technica
BYD is making more headway in the Nordics with 2 large bus orders in Norway for 42 more of its articulated electric buses for the capital city of Oslo
BYD Charges Into Norway — 42 Articulated Electric Buses Ordered For Oslo syndicated from Clean Technica
Elon Musk and many other tech leaders have signed a plea to ban artificial intelligence from use in weapons. Good luck with that, Elon.
Tech Titans From Google & Tesla Take A Stand Against Artificial Intelligence Weapons syndicated from Clean Technica
Decades of footage showed that climate change had altered the trees, shrubs and other plants along the course. It also demonstrated the immense value of video material from annual sporting events, which could provide a rich trove of data about the impact of our changing climate.
Archived TV Footage Of Tour Of Flanders Reveals Evidence Of A Changing Climate syndicated from Clean Technica
Annual wind capacity additions in the Asia Pacific region (excluding China) are expected to reach 12.1 gigawatts (GW) by 2022 according to new research from MAKE Consulting, more than double the capacity added by the end of 2017 of 5.5
Asia Pacific Annual Wind Capacity To Climb Over 12 Gigawatts By 2022 syndicated from Clean Technica
Total global energy investment fell by 2% in 2017, totaling $1.8 billion according to the International Energy Agency’s World Energy Investment 2018 report which was published this week, which also showed $750 billion was spent on the electricity sector, compared to only $715 billion on oil & gas supply, while investment in renewables and energy efficiency fell by 3%.
Global Energy Spending Totaled $1.8 Trillion In 2017 As Clean Energy Investment Dropped 3% syndicated from Clean Technica
The US Solar Energy Industries Association announced this week that it is partnering with energy company WGL Energy in an effort to offset the electricity use and greenhouse gas emissions connected with the group’s offices, travel, and events.
Solar Energy Industries Association Goes Green(er) syndicated from Clean Technica