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IKEA Builds Sustainability, Energy Savings

Large retail stores – the same ones that will be flooded with customers this coming holiday weekend – are leading the way in solar energy and energy storage. IKEA, one of those retail giants, is adding fuel cells and batteries to several stores this year, hoping that the solar, fuel cell, and battery technologies will […]

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Connecticut, The Microgrid State

Hurricanes Sandy and Irene and a number of lower profile emergencies have had a great impact on Connecticut. Instead of just nervously watching The Weather Channel, the state is taking action. The latest example of efforts to ensure that key functions kept operating in emergency – and to give a boost to the traditional grid […]

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Toyota aims to nearly eliminate gasoline cars by 2050

TOKYO (AP) — Toyota, under ambitious environmental targets, is aiming to sell hardly any regular gasoline vehicles by 2050, only hybrids and fuel cells, to radically reduce emissions. The automaker promised to involve governments, affiliated companies and other “stakeholders” in its push to reduce average emissions from Toyota cars by 90 percent by about 2050, […]

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NY Offers $160M to Fund Clean Energy

As part of New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) strategy, $160 million in funding is being made available to support public-private sector partnerships in clean energy projects. Funding will be administered competitively. The funding will support significant private investment in renewable energy sources such as wind farms, fuel cells, biomass facilities, renewable biogas and […]

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