Filter news by

Renewable energy industry news roundup: Nov. 22-29, 2015

Sin City announces plans for 100 percent clean energy use, LM Wind looks to hire in North Dakota and underwater balloons could be the answer for storing unused renewable energy. Check out these and other stories in this week's renewable energy news roundup.

Renewable energy industry news roundup: Nov. 22-29, 2015

Las Vegas plans to power city with 100 percent renewable energy

Mayor Carolyn Goodman announced the tourist haven will make the switch to renewable energy in January 2017.

Read the full article

U.S. government moves forward with California desert renewable energy plan

In a recently released 25-year renewable energy blueprint, the Department of the Interior highlighted plans for 10 million acres of federal public lands in the California desert.

Read the full article

LM Wind to boost jobs at North Dakota factory

The Denmark-based wind turbine blade maker is looking to hire 100 new employees at its plant in Grand Forks, North Dakota in the coming months.

Read the full article

Why Texas is blowing away other states in wind generation

Texas doesn't just have more wind generation capacity than other states; it has more than twice as much.

Read the full article

Underwater balloons as a new way to store renewable energy

Canadian startup Hydrostor has invented a system of pressurized underwater balloons that can store renewable energy until it is needed.

Read the full article

Want to continue to keep up with industry and Ecotech Institute news? Follow us on Facebook and join the conversation on Twitter!