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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onDecember 13, 2020
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The Renewable Energy Cows Come Home, Now With Green Ammonia

US farmers have been on the the front lines of the renewable energy revolution, and they are in the vanguard of yet another clean tech trend that could finally help the distributed wind industry get the attention it deserves. If all goes according to plan, farms across the country will sprout wind turbines attached to […]

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onDecember 9, 2020
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Can big data, AI and chemical footprinting help the renewable energy sector avoid a toxic waste legacy?

The launch of the digital economy has brought with it an expansion of disruptive technologies such as predictive analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics that are readily being used to transform the marketplace. But can we also use these breakthrough technologies to accelerate the development of safer, more sustainable materials for the renewable energy sector?  […]

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onDecember 6, 2020
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Japan’s growth strategy pushes renewable energy, eco-friendly tech

Japan will boost investment in technologies to tackle climate change such as renewable energy, hydrogen fuel and carbon recycling as part of its growth strategy, a government panel said Tuesday. Offshore wind farms are “key to turning renewables into a primary energy source” for the resource-poor country, an action plan finalized by the panel said. […]

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onNovember 29, 2020
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Egypt: Wind brings clean energy, growth and hope

To understand sustainable development, you need to look no further than Siemens Gamesa’s recent wind energy projects at Ras Ghareb, Egypt. From supporting health and education at the Ras Ghareb wind energy project, to providing employment and protecting biodiversity at the West Bakr wind farm, these projects are not just about providing clean electricity. READ […]

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