Researchers have come up with a new way to generate electricity with solar panel technology by harvesting the energy produced by raindrops.
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Fervo Energy, an enhanced geothermal company, says its pilot site in Nevada shows it’s possible to produce “24/7 carbon-free energy” in new geographies.
The local utility in Framingham is running a first-of-its-kind experiment in decarbonization.
The Significance: The deal comprises a power purchasing agreement to build a 60 MW wind farm, supplying renewable energy to the Canary Wharf estate. The deal will meet at least 70% of Canary Wharf Group's electricity needs and support its sustainability agenda, while also enabling potential benefits for occupiers to reduce their carbon footprints. The win...
- For Prologis Inc., the global industrial REIT, space for storing goods is a key asset. But the huge, flat roofs atop the company’s warehouses are another significant asset, argues Chief Energy and Sustainability Officer Susan Uthayakumar.
- What's next: Despite off-site renewable investing dominating at present, Prologis and Home Depo...
- Allume Energy’s SolShare tech can divvy up solar output among apartment units however property owners choose, delivering more flexibility to an underserved market.
- The Scoop: When it comes to multi-family, the rooftop solar market is more nuanced than often meets the eye. SolShare claims that it is currently the only known hardware tech at th...
The global boom in wind and solar energy is about to get a whole lot bigger.
The industrial property heavyweight has updated on progress towards its goals of achieving 100% sustainable certification across all its new and redeveloped buildings.
New clean energy communities are coming to California. Leading homebuilder KB Homes announced Wednesday it has established what it calls the first all-electric, solar-and-battery-powered microgrid community in the golden state.
A typical wind turbine is massive—roughly as tall as the Statue of Liberty, with blades that stretch wider than a football field. (Some are even bigger, like a new offshore turbine from Siemens that has a 774-foot-wide rotor.) By contrast, a new 10-by-10 foot turbine is relatively tiny. And without moving blades, it isn’t immediately recognizable as wind energy tech.