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IEA Report: Fall in Renewables and New Nuclear Energy Spending

For the third consecutive year, global energy investment dropped by 2% in 2017 with declines noted in both renewables and new nuclear power projects. Figures…

Renewables | Renewable Energy | Nuclear | Nuclear Power | Nuclear Energy | Nuclear Plant | Windfarm | Wind Power | Solar | Solar Power | photovoltaic

William Ploch

Wed Aug 08 2018

Rhode Island to Boost Renewable Energy to 1,000 Megawatts by 2020

Rhode Island is looking to increase its renewable energy to 1,000 megawatts by 2020, according to a strategic initiative by Governor Gina Raimondo. The…

Renewable Energy | Windfarm | Rhode Island | Hydroelectric | Solar

Industrial Info

Fri Jun 02 2017

NextEra Energy Plans $21.7 Billion Capital Budget

NextEra Energy plans to invest about $21.7 billion in its regulated electric utility business and its unregulated power business between 2016 and 2020. The…

NextEra Energy | Electric Power | Florida Power & Light | Power | Investments | Renewable Projects | Transmission Projects | Solar | Windfarm

Industrial Info

Tue Nov 08 2016

IEA Report: Fall in Renewables and New Nuclear Energy Spending

For the third consecutive year, global energy investment dropped by 2% in 2017 with declines noted in both renewables and new nuclear power projects. Figures from the International Energy Agency (IEA) show that global energy investment totalled $1.8 trillion in 2017, a 2% decline in real terms from the previous year. In its World Energy Investment 2018 report, the »

Rhode Island to Boost Renewable Energy to 1,000 Megawatts by 2020

Rhode Island is looking to increase its renewable energy to 1,000 megawatts by 2020, according to a strategic initiative by Governor Gina Raimondo. The "1000 by 20" strategic energy goal would expand renewable energy through offshore wind, solar and hydroelectric projects in order to create clean energy jobs, currently around 14,000 across the state, and boost the economy. »

NextEra Energy Plans $21.7 Billion Capital Budget

NextEra Energy plans to invest about $21.7 billion in its regulated electric utility business and its unregulated power business between 2016 and 2020. The utility unit, Florida Power & Light, plans to invest more than $16 billion in its generation, transmission and distribution businesses, while the unregulated power unit, NextEra Energy Resources, plans to invest about $5.5 billion »