Last month, OTE Corporation attended the 4th International Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) Symposium in The Netherlands, hosted by Delft University, Bluerise, and the OTEC Foundation. Fabien Cousteau, founder and president of the Ocean Learning Center and grandson of famed ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, attended both days as keynote speaker.
“Savannah, Georgia, October 2016. The rain kept falling. It was like never before and it just kept coming. When the rain stopped, we thought we might be okay, but it was days before the river crested and our community was underwater. Eighteen inches of rain fell in 18 hours. How could this happen here?”
I am committed to helping people in tropical and subtropical regions of the world achieve life-sustaining independence. I have a clear and compelling vision to empower millions of these global citizens by bringing renewable energy and fresh water to them with a spirit of ethical and compassionate business practices.
When the need to operate off the grid In remote areas like Iraq and Afghanistan is imperative, the U.S. military and renewable energy are a natural fit. The Department of Defense aims to meet at least 20% of its energy demands via renewables by 2020. While decreasing energy cost and reducing consumption is on the radar, the ultimate goal is to improve effectiveness to save more lives of American soldiers.
A report released by the Clean Energy Project (CEP), an organization dedicated to powering the clean energy economy through education and engagement with policy leaderNebraska solars, finds that Nevada’s recent surge in clean energy investment has increased job creation and driven economic growth.
Due to Nevada’s Renewable Energy Tax Abatement program, Nevada will receive over $820 million in employment and property benefits from these projects.