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It's 200th anniversary is just around the corner, but the global company Schneider Electric is ready for the renewable energy revolution.

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EIT InnoEnergy, "the world’s largest sustainable energy engine," is entering the United States, via Boston. EIT InnoEnergy is headquartered in Europe, where it "helps...

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A young impact investment company named Raise Green has launched "the first crowdfunding platform for investment in clean energy projects nationwide," including the first listing...

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In the latest development, the agency's National Renewable Energy Laboratory has just launched the next stage of a national competition aimed at ramping up...

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Following the entries of 56 different teams and companies to the SunRISE TechBridge Challenge, the judges have chosen 5 early-stage companies as winners after...

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Originally published on Sustainnovate. By Henry Lindon The SunRISE TechBridge Challenge — a competition aiming to reduce the levelized cost of energy for solar...

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This article first appeared on 1sun4all. MS Tûranor PlanetSolar, the world’s largest solar-powered boat, with her crew and scientists onboard, arrived in Boston to continue...

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Our weekly roundup of cleantech stories from around the web. To start you off, here's a good one from The Onion (on a friend's...

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A major new energy efficiency project in Japan gives the US Air Force a jump on President-elect Joe Biden's climate action plan.

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With a single solar power purchase agreement, Fifth Third Bank shows how companies can accelerate the renewable energy transition, one state at a time.

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Moody Air Force Base in Georgia demonstrates why the Armed Services are pursuing solar power and other new energy technologies.

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