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EQM exits biofuel business, sells plant to Dalek Renewables

Environmental services provider EQM Technologies & Energy, Inc. sold its biodiesel production business for around $5.3 million to Dalek Renewables, LLC. The deal transfers ownership of EQM’s biodiesel production facility in Cleburne, Texas and its related assets to Dalek Renewables. The transaction was approved by EQM’s board and is expected to close on or before January 23, 2013. “This transaction will allow us...

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EDF Renewable Energy completes financing for wind and solar projects in the U.S.

American renewable energy power provider EDF Renewable Energy is starting the year right, with the announcement of closed financing deals on proposed wind and solar power generation projects. The power provider said it completed tax equity financing with the Bank of America Merril Lynch for its 100.8-megawatt Spearville 3 Wind project located in Ford County, northeast of Dodge City, Kansas as of December 21...

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MidAmerican Solar acquires 579-megawatt projects in California

MidAmerican Solar has acquired the 579-megawatt Antelope Valley Solar Projects in California from SunPower Corp. The project is actually two co-located projects that will form the largest permitted solar photovoltaic power development in the world.According to estimates provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the project will offset more than 775,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year...

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LA Metro to recover energy from subway trains

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has signed a $3.6 million contract with Vycon, a clean energy storage system manufacturer, to put up a Wayside Energy Storage Substation that will harvest power from speeding subway trains. To be installed at the Red Line Westlake/MacArthur Park Station, the W.E.S.S. will use Vycon’s Regen flywheel energy recovery system...

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Navy powers up with renewables solar PV and bioenergy

A 13.78-megawatt solar photovoltaic system built by SunPower Corporation has been completed at the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in California. SunPower designed and built the system which was bought by an affiliate of MetLife, Inc. SunPower will continue to operate and maintain the system. The Navy, which has set an energy security goal to increase the alternative energy they use for their shore-based...

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SunPower to cut production, idle plants in the Philippines

Almost 900 employees of American solar company SunPower Corporation will be cut following the company’s announcement that it is reorganizing in response to the industry’s troubles. The reductions will occur primarily at the company’s operations based in the Philippines. "Industry conditions continue to be challenging and while it is never an easy decision to reduce positions, we must make prudent decisions...

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Saving water, cutting costs with the WaterSense program

The United States Environmental Protection Agency came up with a program called WaterSense which offers consumers advice on how to make smart water choices on products that can save water and save them money without compromising performance. Key to the program is the WaterSense Label, which is meant to make it easy for consumers to find and select water-efficient products. “It is a product labeling system, we label products that typically use around 20 percent less water

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World’s largest PV plant near peak capacity

The Agua Caliente solar project in Arizona, the world’s largest photovoltaic plant, is now delivering 250 megawatts of power to the electrical grid. Agua Caliente has now reached more than half its total generation capacity of 290 MW and is on track to meet is target completion date in 2014. The project first started commercial operation this January with 30 MW of grid-connected power before reaching 200 MW in July.

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Trina Solar beefs up presence in Latin America, Canada

Jumping off from market uncertainties in Europe and the United States for its income losses for the first two quarters of 2012, China’s Trina Solar Limited wants to increase its presence in other regions in the Western Hemisphere. The company said it is increasing its presence in Latin America with a new base for sales and business development in Santiago, Chile. The announcement follows a similar move last month...

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Canadian Solar to build and sell solar projects in U.S., Ontario

Canadian Solar announced several deals for projects in the United States and Canada. The solar company, based in Canada but with operations throughout North America, Europe and Asia, provides solar products such as modules and cells but also designs and constructs solar projects. Canadian Solar provided modules for two projects recently completed by American solar company GroSolar.

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