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Wisconsin food company investing in solar electricity | The Seattle . - Seattle Times

Seattle Times

Wisconsin food company investing in solar electricity | The Seattle .
Seattle Times
LA FARGE, Wis. (AP) EUR” A Wisconsin food company is planning to invest in solar electricity aimed at increasing the state's solar capacity and reducing electric .

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Will New Tariffs Hurt the US Solar-Power Industry? - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Will New Tariffs Hurt the US Solar-Power Industry?
Wall Street Journal
Last month, the U.S. International Trade Commission recommended that President Trump implement new tariffs on imported solar cells and modules. Cells are the components of solar modules, or panels, that produce electricity. The recommendation was .

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Solar-Powered Learning: UMD to purchase solar energy from Minnesota Power - Brainerd Dispatch

Brainerd Dispatch

Solar-Powered Learning: UMD to purchase solar energy from Minnesota Power
Brainerd Dispatch
UMD is showing support of solar energy development and sustainability in northern Minnesota with a 100 kilowatt block purchase at the new Minnesota Power community solar garden in Wrenshall. (A community solar garden is a solar array divided into .

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Gov. Wolf uses Elizabethtown College's solar field to tout new law to boost in-state solar - LancasterOnline

LancasterOnline

Gov. Wolf uses Elizabethtown College's solar field to tout new law to boost in-state solar
LancasterOnline
With Elizabethtown College's solar array as a backdrop, Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday, Nov. 13, touts a new law to boost solar power in the state. Officials behind him, from left to right, are Bob Dolan, Elizabethtown College board president; state Sen.
Gov. Wolf hails boost to Pa.'s cloudy solar marketPhilly.com
Fickle British weather poses threat to future electricity suppliesFinancial Times
EGEB: Solar panels offering grid services, green politicians in VA, wind/oil boom, moreElectrek
EcoGeneration -Business Wire (press release) -Mother Jones
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China's renewable energy wastage targets may be hard to meet this winter: NEA - Reuters

Reuters

China's renewable energy wastage targets may be hard to meet this winter: NEA
Reuters
Power waste is caused when there is not enough transmission capacity to absorb the electricity generated by wind, solar and hydro-power plants, leading to high curtailment rates, particularly in northwestern and southwestern China. While the hydro .

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