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Solar REITs: The Blazing Opportunity That Few See Coming

I believe that solar energy will enhance the returns of existing Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and also create a whole new class of REITs. The limited number of deals that we have seen so far is just the trickle before the floodgates open.

Nov 14, 2020 by Dane Bowler via SeekingAlpha
Green Industry Blogs
Why Vanadium Flow Batteries May Be The Future Of Utility-Scale Energy Storage

Earlier this year, the California Energy Commission (CEC) published a $20 million solicitation to fund research projects for the deployment of long-duration energy storage. The objective was to develop a clear understanding of the role that long-duration energy storage (10 hours or greater) can play in helping to meet the state's mandates to decarbonize the electricity sector by 2045.

Oct 28, 2020 by Robert Rapier via Forbes
Renewables Blogs
87% Of Customers Believe Data Privacy Is A Right Not A Privilege: Study

Depending on age, geographic location and experience, consumers have various levels of understanding about how their personal data is used and protected, and different tolerance levels about sharing it. As a result, new laws and regulations for data privacy are emerging to govern how organisations collect and use consumer data, which will have a significant ...

Jun 26, 2020 by B&T
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Three ways blockchain could get the world to act against the climate crisis

The world has failed to halt global warming. Four years after the signing of the Paris Agreement, most experts predict global warming will exceed the agreed thresholds, with disastrous consequences. As much as the world faces a climate crisis, it also faces a climate governance crisis: we know what must be done to halt climate change but we do not know yet how to get there.

Jun 12, 2020 by Bernhard Reinsberg
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Solar Power is Quickly Becoming the Cheapest Form of Energy
Aug 23, 2019 by Ramez Naam via SingularityU South Africa
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Tocardo takes over the largest tidal array in the world

Dutch tidal turbines business Tocardo has struck a deal to acquire the 1.25MW Oosterschelde Tidal Power Plant, the largest tidal array in the world installed on the Oosterscheldekering. The acquisition follows technical due diligence phase during September 2020.

Oct 12, 2020 by Offshore Energy
Renewables Blogs
Lowest shortlisted bid in Saudi 1.47 GW tender was $0.0161/kWh

Saudi Arabia has announced the shortlisted bidders of the second round of its National Renewable Energy Program (NREP) tender, which includes four solar plants totaling 1.4 GW, in addition to another procurement round for two PV facilities equaling 70 MW.

Apr 03, 2020 by Emiliano Bellini
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AI Needs Your Data-and You Should Get Paid for It

Robert Chang, a Stanford ophthalmologist, normally stays busy prescribing drops and performing eye surgery. But a few years ago, he decided to jump on a hot new trend in his field: artificial intelligence. Doctors like Chang often rely on eye imaging to track the development of conditions like glaucoma.

Aug 23, 2019 by Gregory Barber
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How Energy Storage's Growth Trajectory Differs From the Early Days of Solar
Green Tech Blogs · Dec 05, 2019 by Greentechmedia

DENVER - It's become a cliche to compare today's energy storage market to where the solar industry was a certain number of years ago. But storage's trajectory differs from the early growth dynamics of solar power in a crucial respect: It transcends the geographic boundaries, dictated by sunshine and policy, that constrained solar's rise.


tags: #energy-storage-summit #energy-storage-growth #solar-industry #geography

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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'
Environment Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by John Koetsier - Forbes

Updated Nov 21: 750 acres in the title was a typo; the correct number is 720 According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.


tags: #plenty #farm #farms #farming #agtech #farm-tech #nate-storey #plenty-farms #vertical-farming #ai #robotics #vegetables #fruit #john-koetsier #techfirst

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Wave, wind and PV: The innovative floating Ocean Hybrid Platform
Green Industry Blogs · May 26, 2020 by PV Europe

The goal is to internationalise Sinn Power's ocean hybrid platform as a complete off-grid energy solution to provide people near coasts worldwide with renewable energy. Sinn Power has been developing and building innovative wave energy systems since 2015.


tags: #solar #wind #sinn-power #ocean-hybrid-platform #wave #floating-pv #off-grid #floating-platform
The Rising Popularity of Energy Storage as a Service
Green Industry Blogs · Dec 06, 2019 by Ricardo Rodriguez via Forbes (Navigant Research)

As energy storage becomes an increasingly critical element of the modern grid, a wide range of business models are available on the market. Energy storage as a service (ESaaS), in particular, is gaining traction among service providers.


tags: #energy #utility #energy-utility #energy-storage #energy-storage-as-a-service #electricity-grid #modern-grid #energy-transformation #energy-grid #energy-utility-customer-experience
America’s ‘Green Economy’ Is Now Worth $1.3 Trillion
Green Industry Blogs · Nov 24, 2019 by Eric Roston via Bloomberg
A new national database for clean business says U.S. industry is leading the way, but China isn’t far behind.

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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'
Environment Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by John Koetsier - Forbes

Updated Nov 21: 750 acres in the title was a typo; the correct number is 720 According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.


tags: #plenty #farm #farms #farming #agtech #farm-tech #nate-storey #plenty-farms #vertical-farming #ai #robotics #vegetables #fruit #john-koetsier #techfirst

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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'
Environment Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by John Koetsier - Forbes

Updated Nov 21: 750 acres in the title was a typo; the correct number is 720 According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.


tags: #plenty #farm #farms #farming #agtech #farm-tech #nate-storey #plenty-farms #vertical-farming #ai #robotics #vegetables #fruit #john-koetsier #techfirst

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Solar REITs: The Blazing Opportunity That Few See Coming

I believe that solar energy will enhance the returns of existing Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and also create a whole new class of REITs. The limited number of deals that we have seen so far is just the trickle before the floodgates open.

Nov 14, 2020 by Dane Bowler via SeekingAlpha
Green Industry Blogs
Why Vanadium Flow Batteries May Be The Future Of Utility-Scale Energy Storage

Earlier this year, the California Energy Commission (CEC) published a $20 million solicitation to fund research projects for the deployment of long-duration energy storage. The objective was to develop a clear understanding of the role that long-duration energy storage (10 hours or greater) can play in helping to meet the state's mandates to decarbonize the electricity sector by 2045.

Oct 28, 2020 by Robert Rapier via Forbes
Renewables Blogs
87% Of Customers Believe Data Privacy Is A Right Not A Privilege: Study

Depending on age, geographic location and experience, consumers have various levels of understanding about how their personal data is used and protected, and different tolerance levels about sharing it. As a result, new laws and regulations for data privacy are emerging to govern how organisations collect and use consumer data, which will have a significant ...

Jun 26, 2020 by B&T
Tech Blogs
Three ways blockchain could get the world to act against the climate crisis

The world has failed to halt global warming. Four years after the signing of the Paris Agreement, most experts predict global warming will exceed the agreed thresholds, with disastrous consequences. As much as the world faces a climate crisis, it also faces a climate governance crisis: we know what must be done to halt climate change but we do not know yet how to get there.

Jun 12, 2020 by Bernhard Reinsberg
Crypto Blogs
Solar Power is Quickly Becoming the Cheapest Form of Energy
Aug 23, 2019 by Ramez Naam via SingularityU South Africa
Renewables Blogs
Tocardo takes over the largest tidal array in the world

Dutch tidal turbines business Tocardo has struck a deal to acquire the 1.25MW Oosterschelde Tidal Power Plant, the largest tidal array in the world installed on the Oosterscheldekering. The acquisition follows technical due diligence phase during September 2020.

Oct 12, 2020 by Offshore Energy
Renewables Blogs
Lowest shortlisted bid in Saudi 1.47 GW tender was $0.0161/kWh

Saudi Arabia has announced the shortlisted bidders of the second round of its National Renewable Energy Program (NREP) tender, which includes four solar plants totaling 1.4 GW, in addition to another procurement round for two PV facilities equaling 70 MW.

Apr 03, 2020 by Emiliano Bellini
Renewables Blogs
AI Needs Your Data-and You Should Get Paid for It

Robert Chang, a Stanford ophthalmologist, normally stays busy prescribing drops and performing eye surgery. But a few years ago, he decided to jump on a hot new trend in his field: artificial intelligence. Doctors like Chang often rely on eye imaging to track the development of conditions like glaucoma.

Aug 23, 2019 by Gregory Barber
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