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Indianapolis-Based Company Lands Canadian Deal

Indianapolis-based EnerDel has been selected to provide upgrades to a fleet of buses in Canada. Société de Transport de Montréal in Quebec has selected EnerDel’s lithium-ion Energy Storage System for their Nova Bus parallel-hybrid fleet. Michael Canada CEO of EnerDel says “the agreement includes a five-year extended warranty, import and delivery to Canada, installation, recycling …

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Gas-Fired Electricity to Break Record this Summer

Natural gas electricity generation will provide an average of 3.8 million megawatt-hours per day this year in the U.S. is projected to break power production as the hot summer months approach and demand for air conditioning rises. Natural gas electricity generation will provide an average of 3.8 million megawatt-hours per day this year, a 4% increase …

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Industry-Led Program Helps Cut Costs the Easy Way

Anderson-based Solas Ray Lighting has launched a program designed to connect businesses throughout the state with energy-efficiency strategies, rebates, and tax credits. Rebate Indiana, which was established early this year by the company and partner Continental Inc., is designed to fill the void left by programs like the defunct Energizing Indiana initiative. Shortly after Energizing …

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BlueIndy Parent Company Wins Bid for EV Car-Sharing Project in Singapore

French-based company Bolloré Group has won the bid for an electric car sharing project in Singapore. It’s the first such project in Asia for the company. According to Singapore officials, by the year 2020, the car sharing fleet will consist of 1,000 vehicles. The government spent a year studying 13 different proposals before picking Bolloré. Singapore’s …

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Largest Indiana Solar Plant Lands Approval

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has approved Plainfield-based Duke Energy Indiana’s plan for one of its largest solar plants at Naval Support Activity Crane.  Construction on is expected to take place later this month. The plant will include 76,000-pannels that will produce 17-megwatts of energy capable of powering approximately 17,000 homes. By early 2017, Duke Energy …

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