Posts Tagged ‘duke energy’


Developers Plan Massive $8 Billion, 2.1 GW Wind Plus Storage Project for California

Posted on September 29th, 2014 by

Developers Plan Massive $8 Billion, 2.1 GW Wind Plus Storage Project for California Four energy firms are proposing an $8 billion sustainable energy project that[...]

Duke Acquires Two 20MW California Solar Farms From Infigen

Posted on March 10th, 2014 by

Duke Acquires Two 20 MW California Solar Farms From Infigen Duke Energy Corp., the biggest utility owner in the U.S., is acquiring two 20 MW[...]

KDC Solar to Build 6.1-MW Solar Facility at Lawrenceville School in New Jersey

Posted on October 19th, 2011 by

KDC Solar to build 6.1-MW solar facility at Lawrenceville School in New Jersey KDC Solar LLC is developing a 6.1-MW ground mounted solar facility at[...]

DOE Adds Six To National Clean Fleets Partnership

Posted on July 7th, 2011 by

DOE adds six to National Clean Fleets Partnership, Duke Energy announces the development of a second Kansas wind farm and Entergy helps grow electric vehicle infrastructure with $160,000 grant.

Duke Energy & ENN Group EcoPartnership Agreement Materializes

Posted on May 11th, 2011 by

Statoil announces a new discovery in the North Sea, an EcoPartnership is established between Duke Energy & the Chinese-based ENN Group, DOE awards a $90.6M conditional loan guarantee to increase Colorado's solar capacity.

Duke Energy Obtains New Solar Project

Posted on January 25th, 2011 by

Duke Energy acquires new solar project, the fourth such undertaking in North Carolina on behalf of the company. Also the benefits of EVs equipped with LED bulbs and new biodiesel facility underway.

DOE Research Shows Wind Turbines Are Beneficial For Crops

Posted on December 20th, 2010 by

DOE researchers studied the effects of wind turbines on crops in rural areas. They found the turbines to be quite beneficial in the long run. Also, Secretary Chu approved two big loans for wind and solar projects.

Seattle Developer Builds Home for LEED Certification

Posted on December 8th, 2010 by

Greenfab, a Seattle based developer, has begun construction on the city's first modular home in hopes to achieve LEED certification. Also, Chinese policymakers have set ambitious goals for the future of renewable energy. And the U.S. completed construction on the country's largest photovoltaic farm.

China Unveils Hydrogen Fuel Locomotive

Posted on December 1st, 2010 by

Duke Energy completes their second wind project out west and has set its Colorado wind farm under operation. Also, the DOE follows its own advice after Secretary Chu's address and sets two large supercomputers for energy research.

Fidelis Energy to Construct Solar Farm in Spain

Posted on November 26th, 2010 by

Texas college conducts further research regarding industrial applications of using algae as a biofuel. Also, Duke Energy continues its holiday train tradition with solar panels and LED lights on their decorations.

Integrys Energy Services Teams With Duke Energy & Smart Energy Capital To Build And Finance Solar Projects

Posted on October 18th, 2010 by

Integrys Energy Services, a natural gas and electricity provider, recently concentrated on expanding its renewable energy business by teaming up with Duke Energy Generation Services[...]