February 3rd 2023
As aggregate producers move forward with carbon reduction in their operations, solar power is emerging as a cost-effective approach to reduce the direct carbon emissions associated with the extraction and processing of stone, sand and gravel.
The solar project would begin operation by the end of 2024, and is expected to save the Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility $13.1 million in electricity bills over a 20-year span. AMELIA PARREIRA |ARGUS-COURIER STAFF December 28, 2022 | In another step toward the city’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030, the Petaluma City […]
New Rooftop Solar Projects Deliver Cost Savings, Educational Gains COOK COUNTY, Ill., Jan. 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — White Pine Renewables is pleased to announce the completion of four rooftop solar projects for La Grange School District 102. These projects are the first on-site solar projects contributing to power schools in the district, delivering electricity to the schools under […]