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Ontario project to connect 16 First Nation communities to grid

Thunder Bay - A new agreement between Ontario First Nations, the federal government and the province will see 16 northern communities connected to the power grid in a $1.6-billion project that will end their dependence on diesel fuel for power.

Elon Musk wants to fix Puerto Rico's power grid with solar

Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk wants to solve Puerto Rico's energy crisis, not in the short-term, but for the long-haul. Musk says he plans to talk with Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló and the governor has responded positively.

Mississippi gives go-ahead for second utility-scale solar project

Meridian - Mississippi is not the first state to come to mind when talking about renewable energy resources, but over the past few years, the solar manufacturing market has grown, along with solar energy farms.

Smart city market is fastest growing segment of government

The drivers behind smart city tech are fueling a technology market that is expected to hit $775 billion in 2021, as more and more cities around the world look to information and communications technology in creating sustainability.

Energy storage industry growing with new battery gigafactories

Research and development in energy storage have given us a whole gamut of storage battery concepts, including lithium-ion, lead acid, sodium chemistries, and flow technologies. This has made clean energy battery storage a fast-growing industry.

Great Plains gets over half its power from wind for first time

Little Rock - On Sunday, February 12, 2017, wind turbines for a short time powered more than 50 percent of the electricity demand on the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) grid, a first for a grid in North America.

Electronic warfare interests' wait-and-see approach with Obama Special

President Obama has indicated a basic knowledge of electronic warfare (EW) concepts and applications - but as North Korea and Iran test missile ranges, EW interests take a wait-and-see approach to the new Administration.

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Duke Energy Florida has mobilized about 8 000 lineworkers  tree professionals  damage assessment and...
Duke Energy Florida has mobilized about 8,000 lineworkers, tree professionals, damage assessment and support personnel to safe locations.
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FPL s Lake City pre-storm preparations set to go.
FPL's Lake City pre-storm preparations set to go.
Florida Light & Power
Note: Natural Gas  Petroleum  Biomass and Hydropower Peaking/Intermittent Power is based on the bala...
Note: Natural Gas, Petroleum, Biomass and Hydropower Peaking/Intermittent Power is based on the balance of net generation not used for Baseload operation(s). Intermediate Wind & Solar Power covers 100% of these VRP net generation sources.
Florida Light and Power geared up for Hurricane Irma
Florida Light and Power geared up for Hurricane Irma
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