- “Top 11 Clean Energy Developments of 2020” • This will be a year to remember. We will remember it for a global pandemic, wildfires, economic recession, racial justice protests, and locust swarms. But there are plenty of exciting and positive things that happened in the energy space this year. The Rocky Mountain Institute lists its top eleven. [CleanTechnica]
- “Solaris Rolls Its 20,000th Bus Off The Line” • Solaris, a leader among electric bus producers in Europe, has passed a major milestone: It just rolled its 20,000th bus off the production line. The bus was produced in the Solaris factory in Bolechowo, Poland. Solaris has been producing environmentally friendly buses in Poland since 1996. [CleanTechnica]
- “The Zero Waste Movement Is Finding A Resurgence” • The zero waste movement is trying to eliminate the net production of trash completely. Worldwide role models are reevaluating the way they perceive the concept of trash, and they demonstrate that we do have the ability to reduce the harmful effects of landfills. [CleanTechnica]
- “The Vermont Public Power Supply Authority And Encore Renewable Energy Power Up Solar Array To Benefit Morrisville Residents” • Vermont Public Power Supply Authority and Encore Renewable Energy announced that the Lawrence Brook Solar project is now supplying renewable energy to the electric grid in Morrisville. [EIN News]
- “Nearby Solar Array Will Supply Bowdoin With Lots Of Maine-Made Power” • As part of its effort to reduce carbon emissions and the effects of climate change, Bowdoin College is partnering with Sol Systems to create a 5-MW solar farm close to campus. With that, Bowdoin’s electricity will be supplied entirely from renewable resources in Maine. [Bowdoin News]
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