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newscientist.com - James Dinneen - Solar panel cleaning robot can be dropped off and picked up by drone
Solar panel cleaning robot can be dropped off and picked up by drone
New Scientist

Every day the dust settles on thousands of square kilometres of solar panels around the world, cutting the amount of electricity they produce. A robot designed by an Israeli start-up can autonomously clean rooftop solar panels that other cleaning…

economictimes.com - Luminous to build India's first green solar panel factory in Uttarakhand
Luminous to build India's first green solar panel factory in Uttarakhand
Economic Times

Luminous Power Technologies on Friday announced its plan to build the country's first green energy-based solar panel manufacturing facility in Uttarakhand. The new manufacturing plant located in Rudrapur is expected to be fully operational by the…

bloomberg.com - Brian Eckhouse - Even $370 Billion in US Incentives Won't Solve All of Solar's Struggles
Even $370 Billion in US Incentives Won't Solve All of Solar's Struggles
Bloomberg

Five months after President Joe Biden signed the most ambitious climate law in US history, the country is poised to install a record amount of solar power in 2023. But the industry's big growth spurt may be another year or two away. The Inflation…

techcrunch.com - Tim De Chant - Energy transition investments hit $1.1 trillion - with a T - last year
Energy transition investments hit $1.1 trillion - with a T - last year
TechCrunch

After years of bumbling along, investment in the energy transition appears to be taking off. Businesses, financial institutions, governments and end users around the world sunk $1.11 trillion into low-carbon technologies, according to a new report…

cnbc.com - Pia Singh - Goldman predicts clean hydrogen will be a $1 trillion market. Here's how to play it.
Goldman predicts clean hydrogen will be a $1 trillion market. Here's how to play it.
CNBC

In the race to reduce global carbon emissions to zero, clean hydrogen is increasingly expected to be a winner. Hydrogen is the most the most abundant elements in the universe, and has long been looked to as part of the solution as the world shifts…

forbes.com - Liz Elting - New Year, New Glass Heights: For The First Time In History, Over 10% Of Fortune 500 CEOs Are Women
New Year, New Glass Heights: For The First Time In History, Over 10% Of Fortune 500 CEOs Are Women
Forbes

This year, New Year's Day made good on its promise of new beginnings. January 1, 2023 was the start date of five new women helming Fortune 500 companies, bringing the total number of women CEOs to 53. Which means, for the first time in…

nytimes.com - Clifford Krauss - A Copper Mine Could Advance Green Energy but Scar Sacred Land
A Copper Mine Could Advance Green Energy but Scar Sacred Land
The New York Times

SUPERIOR, Ariz. — As Wendsler Nosie finished his evening prayers sitting before a mesquite fire, a ceremonial yucca staff festooned with eagle feathers by his side, he gazed sternly toward a distant mesa where mining companies hope to…

reuters.com - David Lawder - EU must answer U.S. clean energy subsidies, commissioner says on Washington visit
EU must answer U.S. clean energy subsidies, commissioner says on Washington visit
Reuters

WASHINGTON, Jan 27 (Reuters) - The European Union wants a deal quickly with the United States to resolve a dispute over U.S. electric vehicle tax credits, but the EU must pursue its own green technology subsidies to keep investment at home, EU…

kitschmag.com - How Solar Panels Can Increase Your Property Value KitschMag
How Solar Panels Can Increase Your Property Value KitschMag
kitschmag

Did you know you can also make money by investing in your home? When it comes to investing, people tend to think about stocks and bonds to make money. Increasing your home's value is a great way to expand your wealth and pass money on to your…

zerohedge.com - Sunshine Might Be Free But Solar Power Is Not Cheap
Sunshine Might Be Free But Solar Power Is Not Cheap
Zero Hedge

Mississippi residents are consistently told that renewable energy sources, like solar panels, are now the lowest-cost ways to generate electricity, but these claims are based on creative accounting gimmicks that only examine a small portion of the…

nytimes.com - Somini Sengupta - How to Grow a Food Forest
How to Grow a Food Forest
The New York Times

I am writing today from my apartment in New York City, on a windy winter's day. Not a leaf is green on our roof garden. There is no canopy. Only skyscrapers. It's a far cry from the garden that Ana Gaspar Aguerri and her husband, Ian Macaulay…

reuters.com - Andy Home - Column: While Dr Copper waits for China, China buys more copper
Column: While Dr Copper waits for China, China buys more copper
Reuters

LONDON, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Doctor Copper has started the new year with a fresh spring in his step as investors bet on a powerful demand boost from China's post-COVID reopening. London Metal Exchange (LME) three-month metal is currently trading at…

maravipost.com - Maravi Post Author - The Complete Guide to Maintaining Solar Panels Everything to Know
The Complete Guide to Maintaining Solar Panels Everything to Know
The Maravi Post

Solar panels are designed to withstand the elements. Most solar panel systems last from 25 to 30 years. A residential solar panel system is a great way to decrease your monthly energy costs while making an eco-friendly choice. While solar panels…

ajc.com - Zachary Hansen - Green manufacturing company opening HQ in Georgia with 170 jobs
Green manufacturing company opening HQ in Georgia with 170 jobs
ajc

A startup that designs and manufactures sustainable building materials is opening its $59 million headquarters south of Atlanta. Green Georgia LLC will create more than 170 jobs in Thomaston, located about 65 miles south of downtown Atlanta. The…

thefederalist.com - Craig Rucker - Climate Radicals' Ugly Wind Farms Are Coming To Your Backyard
Climate Radicals' Ugly Wind Farms Are Coming To Your Backyard
The Federalist - Culture, Politics, Religion

If all goes according to plan, Magic Valley Energy will soon be installing up to 400, 740-foot-tall wind turbines, 485 miles of new roads, miles and miles of transmission lines, and buildings filled with half-ton battery modules on upwards of…

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