Green Energy

California-Based Bitech Announces Business Combination with Fort Worth Solar Development Co. Bridgelink

by | Jan 16, 2024
The agreement was announced along with pre-negotiated financing of a "significant investment amount" toward a total 5.8 GW pipeline of utility power, procurement of key resources, and the establishment of a joint venture with an undisclosed larger infrastructure group.
Darling Ingredients Announces Executive Team Changes, Including a New COO
by | May 12, 2023

Irving-based Darling Ingredients Inc., the largest publicly traded company turning edible by-products and food waste into sustainable products and a leading producer of renewable energy, has announced changes to its executive management team....

USPTO Announces New ‘Patents for Humanity Green Energy’ Award Category
by | Mar 6, 2023

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has launched a special category of its Patents for Humanity Program for green energy inventions, a category that will provide business incentives for patent applicants, holders, and licensees whose inventions are addressing the challenges of climate change through green energy innovations, including wind, solar, hydrogen, hydropower, geothermal, and biofuels technologies....

Wind turbines.
Texas Tops Nation in Wind Power, and Capacity Still Rising
by | Feb 10, 2017
Texas has more than 20,000 megawatts of wind power capacity, nearly one-fourth of the total capacity in the country.

Taylor Farms Plants Solar Panels at Dallas Facility

by | Jan 13, 2017
The panels will supply 17 percent of the power to the facility, with the remainder coming from traditional sources.
Creative Minds
Creative Minds Solutions Invents New Hydroelectric Turbine
by | Nov 30, 2016
The invention will provide cheaper, nonpolluting energy from such places as lakes and the ocean.
electric vehicles
Toyota Switching Gears to Electric Cars
by | Nov 23, 2016
The automaker is planning to have its electric vehicles on the road by 2020.
GM to go Green with Wind Energy in DFW
by | Nov 21, 2016
General Motors is reducing it's carbon footprint by harnessing wind energy for use in DFW locations.