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Renewable energy technologies offer a tantalizing promise: clean, abundant energy gathered from continuously self-renewing resources. Conventional energy sources based on oil, coal and natural gas have proven to be highly effective drivers of economic progress, but at the same time, they are reported as damaging to the environment and human health.

In an ongoing effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, SC Johnson announced their manufacturing site in Bay City, Michigan, the facility that manufactures Ziploc brand bags, recently joined two other company owned manufacturing sites running on 100 percent wind energy for electricity.

SynTech Bioenergy, a Denver-based renewable energy technology company, has opened their first Hawaii office for sales and field service in Honolulu.

Veolia, through its subsidiary Proactiva Medio Ambiente Mexico S.A. de C.V., has won the public call for tenders published by the government of Mexico City and just signed the contract to design, build, and operate the first waste-to-energy facility in Latin America.

At Intersolar North America, SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. is unveiling the world’s first inverter-integrated electric vehicle (EV) charger.

Through a new $9 million annual operations and maintenance contract with North Carolina Renewable Power – Lumberton, LLC, a subsidiary of Georgia Renewable Power (GRP), Veolia Energy Operating Services, LLC will manage a cogeneration plant that converts poultry litter (waste) and wood chips into biomass energy – diverting up to 285,000 tons of poultry waste a year, while providing a renewable recycling solution for the poultry industry.