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Contractor’s Corner: Best of 2015-2021

Solar Power World

While we have… The post Contractor’s Corner: Best of 2015-2021 appeared first on Solar Power World. The SPW team started the interview series back in 2012, before podcasts were even recognized as a valuable media resource.

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Vale faces £3bn legal action over 2015 Mariana dam disaster

Financial Times: Energy

New class action pursues mining group and project partner BHP over one of Brazil’s worst environmental disasters

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Inside Amazon’s push to switch from plastic to paper mailers

GreenBiz

Amazon has cut more than 37,150 metric tons of plastic packaging since 2015, but still uses twice that amount annually.

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Highest offshore wind load factors recorded since 2015 due to larger wind turbines

Envirotec Magazine

These are some of the highest load factors recorded since the latter end of 2015. Newer (post-2016) windfarms fared much better with offshore wind farms load factors averaging 55%.

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Renewables installations soar 65 per cent delivering 'strongest year since 2015'

Business Green

The performance marks the highest annual deployment since 2015, when just over 200,000 installations were registered, the bulk of which were deployed ahead of the government's controversial axing of subsidies for domestic and small scale renewables installations. We had an incredibly busy 2022 and the data confirms the progress we've made.

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Octopus Energy turns first profit since launch in 2015

Financial Times: Energy

Result built on tripling of revenues after several years of rapid growth

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Since Congress Lifted Crude Export Ban in 2015, US has Dropped ‘Climate Bomb’ on the World

DeSmogBlog

After Congress lifted a ban on crude exports in late 2015, oil and gas production in the Permian Basin soared while domestic consumption remained flat—leading to a massive build-out of pipelines and other infrastructure that culminated in the U.S. Between 2015 and 2020, U.S. By Kenny Stancil, Common Dreams. oil and gas production.