In 2017, Nuru employed the first solar-based mini-grid in the Congo, and has since launched several other mini-grids across the region.
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by Marisa Higgins | Jun 30, 2023
The mean amount of venture capital injected into European solar startups so far this year surpasses the global average of $116.8 million and the US average of $113.8 million.
by Amy Baxter | Jun 29, 2023
Up to 60 grant awards are open to states, territories, Tribal governments, municipalities and eligible nonprofit recipients, as well as coalitions led by an eligible lead applicant.
by Jessica Hunt | Apr 26, 2023
The behind-the-meter project utilizes a single-axis tracker and will power a recently built renewable diesel plant with on-site clean energy year-round.
by Staff Writer | Apr 25, 2023
The new IQ8 Microinverters are designed to maximize energy production and can manage a continuous DC current of 14 amps, supporting higher-powered solar modules through increased energy harvesting.
by Jessica Hunt | Apr 25, 2023
The initiative aims to reduce the college’s carbon footprint and save costs through the installation of various sustainable energy solutions.
by Staff Writer | Apr 14, 2023
Commercial operations to begin in April, propelling decarbonization as clean energy accelerates.
by Staff Writer | Apr 12, 2023
A recently established coalition comprising several local organizations in Green Country has unveiled its latest initiative, Solarize Green Country. The campaign, which operates at the community level, seeks to increase accessibility to solar energy and battery...
by Staff Writer | Mar 13, 2023
SUNLAB’s proposed characterization method will improve the measurement indoors by considering external factors of ground cover such as snow, grass, and soil.
by Liz Nastu | Jan 20, 2023
The year-long project is a collaboration with the Snohomish Public Utility District (PUD) and the Tulalip Tribes, a sovereign nation working to reach energy independence.