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[1THING] Blog: Archive for October, 2017

[ Oregon Utility to Propose $50M-$100M in Energy Storage Projects ]

Portland General Electric will file an official energy storage proposal with the Oregon Public Utility Commission by mid-November, according to PGE President and incoming CEO Maria Pope.

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[ US-Denmark Cooperation on Offshore Wind a Positive Sign from Trump Administration ]

Despite a huge potential, only a vanishingly small part of the United States power supply comes from offshore wind. A new collaboration, which the Minister of energy, supply and climate Lars Chr. Lilleholt has agreed with US Interior Minister Ryan Zinke, might help change.

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[ Commissioners Recommend Solar Tariffs and Quotas in Trade Case ]

In a hearing held today, October 31, the U.S. International Trade Commissioners announced their recommended tariffs, quotas and other recommendations for solar modules imported into the United States from anywhere else in the world. 

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[ What scares Americans the most? ]

For the first time since this survey began, four of our top 10 fears have to do with the planet.

     
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[ This New Edge Device Will Transform Wind Turbine Condition Monitoring ]

One of the leaders in vibration monitoring technologies is working to bring the integration benefits of OSIsoft’s PI System to wind turbine condition monitoring—a process that traditionally requires a separate architecture to handle the high bandwidth coming from vibration sensors.

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[ What Happens When Solar Installers Get Frustrated with Loan Options? ]

Listen to Blake Jones and Aaron James discuss solar loans and the decisions consumers are making about financing today, new financing options and services, and the question of transparency in the solar loans market.

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[ How Climate Change Is Already Affecting Health, Spreading Disease ]

Monsoon rains flooded Mumbai in August 2017. Aedes aegypti mosquitoes can spread diseases like dengue fever. Drought has affected the health of Somalians.

For decades, scientists have predicted how climate change will hurt people’s health. Now an international team of researchers say they’re already seeing some of the damage.

(Image credit: (From left) Punit Paranjpe/AFP/Getty Images; Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images; Arif Hudaverdi Yaman/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

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[ How Climate Change Is Already Affecting Health, Spreading Disease ]

Monsoon rains flooded Mumbai in August 2017. Aedes aegypti mosquitoes can spread diseases like dengue fever. Drought has affected the health of Somalians.

For decades, scientists have predicted how climate change will hurt people’s health. Now an international team of researchers say they’re already seeing some of the damage.

(Image credit: (From left) Punit Paranjpe/AFP/Getty Images; Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images; Arif Hudaverdi Yaman/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

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[ Scientists From Around The World Report On Health Effects From Climate Change ]

A big, international team of scientists has come together to assess how climate change has affected people’s health around the world in the past few decades. A rise in heat waves and weather-related disasters threatens the health of millions each year.

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[ UK Company Invests £500K to Switch from Oil to Biomass Boilers ]

Paper-product manufacturing company, Boardlink has invested £500,000 in biomass energy for its North Wales facility, installing wood-fueled boilers to fuel its 32,500-square meter site based in Hawarden. 

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