List/Grid Tag Archives: New York

Tesla plans to produce solar cells and solar panels along with Panasonic

Tesla plans to produce solar cells and solar panels along with Panasonic

Tesla Motors announced Sunday that they plan a collaboration with Panasonic Corp to produce solar cells and solar modules (solar panels) in a factory in Buffalo, New York. Panasonic already… Read more »

Indianapolis uses the first electric car sharing program in the country called BlueIndy

Indianapolis uses the first electric car sharing program in the country called BlueIndy

Indianapolis is a city that appreciates the electric cars, so they recently launched BlueIndy, which is the first car sharing program in the country that is using only electric cars…. Read more »

LIPA plans to build an offshore wind farm located 30 miles off the coast of Montauk, New York

LIPA plans to build an offshore wind farm located 30 miles off the coast of Montauk, New York

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), plans to build a large wind farm that will be located 30 miles off the coast of Montauk, New York, and close to another… Read more »

Rooftop solar power can cover almost half of the energy demand in the U.S.

Rooftop solar power can cover almost half of the energy demand in the U.S.

The U.S. is open toward the development of the renewable energy sector, and because the main source of clean energy is represented by the Sun, a report made by the… Read more »

Solar power exceeded natural gas in terms of new installations in the U.S. in 2015

Solar power exceeded natural gas in terms of new installations in the U.S. in 2015

Solar power installations are thriving in the U.S. continuing the trend that started with more than a decade ago. 2015 was the year when solar PV installations have overcome natural… Read more »

Rochester Institute of Technology is building its own 2 MW solar project

Rochester Institute of Technology is building its own 2 MW solar project

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) signed a commitment of carbon neutrality by 2030, and because 2030 is not far from now, they already started to work to achieve this goal…. Read more »

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is melting and threatens coastal cities with major floods

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is melting and threatens coastal cities with major floods

The Western Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) is the western side of Antarctica, which is covered with a thick ice sheet. Scientists estimate that the volume of ice contained in that… Read more »

Google invests $300 million in a SolarCity fund to finance residential solar projects

Google invests $300 million in a SolarCity fund to finance residential solar projects

It seems that Google is committed to develop the renewable energy sector in the U.S. by investing $300 million in a SolarCity fund that was created to finance residential solar… Read more »

The Brookhaven National Laboratory works to improve efficiency of different energy sources

The Brookhaven National Laboratory works to improve efficiency of different energy sources

The Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York, uses the National Synchrotron Light Source II facility to improve energy efficiency. One of the Brookhaven’s projects works to improve the efficiency of… Read more »

TSA will use better and more efficient scanning machines in airports

TSA will use better and more efficient scanning machines in airports

The emerging aviation threats have been always a top priority for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and especially after the 9/11 events. Since then, they check bags and luggage through… Read more »

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