19 January 2015 06:12 AM GMT

The California Energy Commission approved nearly US$18 million to fund alternative energy and efficiency projects to help the state’s meet its climate and energy goals.

January 16th 2015
Covanta Take Over Operations of Waste Management Facility

Covanta, the U.S.-based sustainable waste management and renewable energy company, has assumed operations of the Pinellas County Resource Recovery Facility located in St. Petersburg in Florida.

January 16th 2015
Advanced Energy Capital Inks Deal to Finance US$50 Million for Power Island’s CHP projects

Advanced Energy Capital has signed an agreement to finance up to US$50 million of Power Island Energy’s combined heat and power projects in the United States.

January 16th 2015
Japan to Ease Regulations to Promote Fuel Cells Usage

The Japanese government has confirmed that it intends to introduce self-service hydrogen filling stations and also promote the use of fuel cells.

January 16th 2015
GDF to Focus on Marine Energy to Boost Renewables Capacity

French utility GDF Suez is betting on marine energy to help boost its renewable energy portfolio by 2015, according to reports.

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January 16th 2015
Accenture Acquires Structure to Expand Smart Grid Offering

Accenture has entered into an agreement to acquire U.S.-based Structure, a provider of consulting, system integration and customized solutions and services to energy and utilities clients.

January 16th 2015
Eos Raises US$15 Million From Private Placement for Battery Product

U.S.-based battery systems developer and manufacturer Eos Energy Storage has secured US$15 million in funding through a private placement with AltEnergy LLC.

January 15th 2015
China Presses Regions to Commit to Firm Coal Reduction Targets

China’s powerful state planning agency, National Development and Reform Commission, wants the country’s regions to make firm commitments in cutting the use of coal as part of a broader plan to reduce emissions.

January 15th 2015
World Bank Loans $31 Million to Kosovo for Energy Efficiency

The World Bank has extended a US$31 million loan to Kosovo to help the country reduce energy consumption and fossil fuel use in public buildings and demonstrate the economic viability of corresponding investments.

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