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Verde to Provide Low-cost, 100% Green Power -- Installation of Innovative Clean Energy Storage System Expands Verde's Energy Solutions Initiatives in Illinois EVANSTON, Ill.
The landfill is owned and operated by the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD), and support was provided for the project through grants from the BC Bioenergy Network and the Province of BC s Innovative Clean Energy Fund (ICE Fund).
Funding support this project was provided by: the Government of Canada (Natural Resources Canada and Western Economic Diversification Canada); the Province of British Columbia (BC Innovative Clean Energy Fund and the Ministry of Forests, Mines and Lands); Sustainable Development Technologies Canada (SDTC), the BC Bioenergy Network and FP Innovations.
com) -- Alternate Energy Holdings develops and markets innovative clean energy sources.
Since inception, CEPO has launched several key initiatives, including a S$50 million Clean Energy Research Programme to support R&D efforts, a S$25 million graduate scholarships programme to groom top-notch talent for the industry and a S$20 million Solar Capability Scheme to test-bed innovative Clean Energy solutions.
By investing in innovative clean energy manufacturing projects like these," Vice President Joseph Biden argues, "we are not only creating good jobs now, but helping lay a new foundation to keep America competitive in the 21st century.
The revenue earned from this new tax will go to the National Clean Energy Fund ( NCEF) established last year to sponsor research and innovative clean energy technologies.
The company also ranked in the top five on the magazine's list of "Most Innovative Clean Energy Companies.