Across The Wire

  1. Volvo Group Makes A Provision Of SEK 7 bn Relating To Estimated Costs To Address Degrading Emission Control Component Issue

    As previously communicated, the Volvo Group has detected that an emissions control component used in certain markets and models may degrade more quickly than expected, affecting the vehicles emission performance negatively

  2. Canadian Solar To Provide EPC Services And Supply Solar Modules For 175 MWp Finley Solar Farm In Australia

    Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that it will be partnering with Signal Energy to provide Engineering, Procurement and Constructions (EPC) services and supply solar modules for ESCO Pacific's 175MWp/133MWac Finley Solar Farm in New South Wales, Australia

  3. Tenavolts’ Rechargeable Lithium Battery Is Going To Revolutionize The Peoples’ Life Experience

    With the Paris Agreement in the recent years, participating countries agree to deal with greenhouse-gas-emissions mitigation and reduce the risks and effects of climate change

  4. Boston Orders Nearly 200 Electric-Hybrid Systems From BAE Systems For New Buses

    BAE Systems, a global provider of more than 10,000 electric-hybrid, battery-electric, and fuel-cell electric systems, today announced that the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has ordered 194 electric-hybrid buses using the BAE Systems Series-ER extended range propulsion system

  5. NextEra Energy Completes Acquisition Of Gulf Power From Southern Company

    NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE) has completed its previously announced acquisition of Gulf Power Company from Southern Company (NYSE: SO)

  6. OG&E Seeks To Recover Costs For Federally Mandated Emissions Compliance Plan

    Oklahoma Gas and Electric, a subsidiary of Oklahoma City-based OGE Energy Corp. (NYSE: OGE), announced today that it has asked the Oklahoma Corporation Commission to review the company's request to recover its approximately $534 million investment in the Sooner Power Plant (Sooner) and its approximately $75 million investment in the Muskogee Power Plant (Muskogee)

  7. TCI Calls For Manufacturers To Use Renewables At World Climate Summit

    TCI, headquartered in Taiwan, shared their sustainability progress at the World Climate Summit an official side event to the UNFCC climate negotiations in Katowice, Poland

  8. NUST MISIS: The World's First Metallurgical Furnace For Man-Made Waste Recycling Launched In Russia

    The pilot installation of the world's only metallurgical furnace capable of processing iron-containing industrial waste as well as solid waste, simultaneously smelting up to 16,000 tons of metal per year, producing electricity and not harming the environment was launched on December 18, 2018 in Mtsensk, Oryol Region

  9. Essity's Emission Targets On Line With Paris Climate Agreement

    Essity's new targets for reduction of greenhouse gas emission have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative

  10. Green Science Alliance Has Started Supplying Solid Electrolyte Li7La3Zr2O12 (LLZO) With Garnet Type Structure For Solid-State Lithium Ion Battery

    Global warming is becoming a serious issue because of the increase in greenhouse gases such as methane and carbon dioxide (CO2)