Latest news and updates from Track my Electricity™ regarding featured power plants,
projects and the development of renewable electricity around the globe
In October 2022, RE100, an international initiative for grid decarbonisation on the global scale, made two major updates to its technical criteria for renewable electricity procured by its members. RE100 has redefined the European market boundary criteria and introduced a 15-year limit on commissioning and repowering dates of power plants from which members source electricity. In addition, RE100 has specified that hydropower should now be sourced “sustainably,” which can be proven through third-party certification.
Solar-powered flood warning system funded by TrackMyElectricity customers is now operational in Nepal
SECuRe is a two-year project, initiated in 2018, which aims to increase community resilience to economic and climatic stresses in rural off-grid communities in Surkhet District, Nepal, using innovative renewable energy technology.
Kinect Energy is supporting the non-profit sports organization PlayOnside on the Thai/Burma border with the contribution of solar panels to the communities.
TrackMyElectricity customers bring solar power to two remote schools in Burma that have never had electricity before
The installed solar power will benefit over 240 students by providing them with a safe living and learning environment.
Breeze AS is the first customer to source a renewable energy from the world’s most beautiful hydro plant
Breeze AS, the Norwegian laundry chain from Bodø is the first to source renewable energy from Øvre Forsland which is acclaimed as both Norway and world’s most beautiful power plant. Breeze has a
Track my Electricity™ is proud to announce that its project partner, Practical Action, was honored with perhaps one of the most prestigious prizes a sustainable energy company could hope for, the Zayed Future Energy Prize.
Track my Electricity™ was recognised as an effective platform for promoting cooperation among different players with a shared objective of renewable energy growth.
In December 2016, two families in Cusco region of Peru received solar systems and spinning equipment that will allow them to increase their incomes and make their businesses more profitable.
Solbakken just completed the project follow up for the Nah Lah Ah Tah school in Karen State, Burma.
On 17th August 2016, Solbakken finished installing a 4-panel solar system for Naw Lah Ah Tah School in Karen State, Burma.
A year after the installation of a solar system at a remote school in Burma through Track my Electricity™, Solbakken has made their first maintenance trip to the area to check the performance of the solar panels.
Oslo’s largest waste-to-energy plant Klemetsrud started the world’s first experiment to capture carbon dioxide from waste incineration in an attempt to develop technology that will facilitate slowing global warming
A month after solar system was installed at a remote school in Karen state, a violent storm created havoc for the villagers by “blowing the roof” off and damaging the solar system