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Delta Charge Coming For Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

A fee structure for charging stations will be discussed later this year The City of Delta is planning to charge a fee for its electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. That’s according to Mayor George Harvie and city manager Sean McGill during council’s recent discussion on Delta’s 2020 Climate Action Report, which outlined the actions and […]

ABB Readies Electric Vehicle Charging Spin Off For Early Next Year

7-Eleven to Add 500 Electric-Vehicle Charging Ports by End of 2022

7-Eleven will install 500 EV-charging ports at 250 locations. 7-Eleven Inc. plans to build at least 500 charging ports for electric vehicles in the U.S. and Canada by the end of 2022.In a statement Tuesday, the convenience-store chain, which is owned by Japan’s Seven & I Holdings Co. 3382, +0.16%, announced a massive expansion of […]

ABB Readies Electric Vehicle Charging Spin Off For Early Next Year

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Eyes Assets in Shift to Clean Energy

TORONTO: The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) is hunting for investments in the world’s transition to renewable energy as it aspires to be a global leader in sustainability, the head of the company told Reuters on Thursday. “One of the keys here is investing in the transition with a view that for the world […]

Tesla Will ‘Most Likely’ Restart Accepting Bitcoin As Payments, Says Musk

GM partners up to offer about 60,000 EV charging points across Canada, U.S.

The automaker also introduced “Ultium Charge 360”, a platform which integrates charging networks, GM vehicle mobile apps and other services to simplify the charging experience for its electric-vehicle owners. General Motors on Wednesday announced deals with major electric vehicle charging networks to offer its customers access to nearly 60,000 charging points across the United States […]

ABB Readies Electric Vehicle Charging Spin Off For Early Next Year

Advanced compressed air energy storage project gets funding help from Canadian government

The Canadian federal government is financially supporting the development of a large-scale advanced compressed air energy storage (A-CAES) project capable of providing up to 12 hours of energy storage. A-CAES solutions provider Hydrostor told Energy-Storage.news yesterday that a planned 300-500MW system is being supported with the funds through the government’s natural resources department and Sustainable […]

China Aims to Install Over 30 GW of New Energy Storage By 2025

Secrecy and Abuse Claims Haunt China’s Solar Factories in Xinjiang

The world’s green power surge depends on polysilicon made in China’s remote Northwest. No one really knows what’s going on inside the facilities. In the wilderness of the Gobi Desert sit two factories that churn out vast quantities of polysilicon, the raw material in billions of solar panels all over the world. It’s a four-hour […]

Latham Advises on $453 Mln Thailand-India Power Deal

NAMIBIA: Trevali to install a solar photovoltaic system at its Rosh Pinah mine

In Namibia, Canadian mining company Trevali Mining Corporation is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its Rosh Pinah mine through the construction of a solar photovoltaic system. The facility will be financed, built and operated by Emerging Markets Energy Services Company (Emesco). A power purchase agreement (PPA) was recently signed between Canadian mining company […]

Oman Completes Work on 36 KW Solar-Powered Electric Plant

Rivian Plans EV Charging Network

A Rivian electric vehicleRivian promises its Waypoint 240-volt, “Level Two” chargers in every state park. Its SUV and pickup truck are aimed at overlanders who want to get away to national parks and other locations. (Rivian) Electric vehicle maker Rivian Automotive is borrowing a page from Tesla Inc. and building an exclusive, fast-charger network for […]

ABB Readies Electric Vehicle Charging Spin Off For Early Next Year

How a wave of electric-car adoption could strain power grids

Texas plunged into a record-setting deep freeze when a massive winter storm crossed the central plains of the United States in February. Millions were left without power for days after the bitter cold weather led residents to overwhelm the grid by cranking up their heating. As the situation turned deadly, it didn’t take long for […]

Karnataka Plan For An EV Cluster Near Bengaluru Yet to Take Off Due to Land Acquisition Issues

Canada and AfDB sign agreement formalizing gender lens Climate Fund

As a concessional facility, CACF resources will be deployed in innovative low-carbon technologies, renewable energy, climate-smart agriculture, sustainable forestry, water management, and climate-resilience projects. The Government of Canada and the African Development Bank have signed an agreement formalizing the Canada–African Development Bank Climate Fund (CACF), a transformative special fund aimed at providing concessional loans to […]

Latham Advises on $453 Mln Thailand-India Power Deal