Rhode Island utility sale could be complicated by state climate law

November 22, 2021

The Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office says state regulators should block the sale of the state’s largest electric distribution utility until the buyer assures that it can comply with the state’s ambitious new climate law. PPL Corp. announced in March […]

Group Forecasts Massive Increase in Energy Storage by 2030

November 15, 2021

Global installations of energy storage systems will experience rapid growth this decade, resulting by the end of 2030 in gigawatt capacity more than 20 times larger than the amount online at the end of 2020. That’s according to a forecast […]

Status of Solar Power Adoption in India from an EPC’s Perspective

November 3, 2021

Solar power has emerged as one of the most promising solutions to the world’s energy problems, enabling countries to find the proper balance between energy security, economic progress, and environmental sustainability. Solar photovoltaic (PV) technology, which began as an experimental […]

Domestic, Energy Consumption

Solar advocates, Duke Energy reach net metering agreement in North Carolina

November 30, 2021

Via: Renewable Energy World

Duke Energy and solar industry stakeholders have reached an agreement on net metering policy in North Carolina that will help expand distributed solar generation and benefit utility customers, the parties announced Tuesday. The Solar Energy Industries Association, the primary lobbying […]

Conventional Fuels, Nuclear

Game on for nuclear, declares Bilbao y León

November 30, 2021

Via: World Nuclear News

Bilbao y León said about 440 nuclear power reactors are “quietly operating in the background – out of sight and out of mind – providing people across the world with always-on, inexpensive, non-polluting and reliable energy.” She added that, so […]

Commercialization, Renewable Energy

Renewables account for 20% of U.S. electricity generation through Q3 2021

November 30, 2021

Via: Power Engineering

Driven by strong solar and wind power growth, electrical generation by renewable energy sources (i.e., also including biomass, geothermal, hydropower) accounted for 20.45% of total U.S. production during the first three-quarters of 2021, according to a SUN DAY Campaign analysis […]

Emerging Technologies, Renewable Energy

BP Plans Another Major Hydrogen Production Project

November 29, 2021

Via: Power Magazine

Energy major BP plans to build a large-scale green hydrogen production plant in northeast England, a facility that would use renewable energy resources to produce as much as 60 MWe of fuel by 2025. The group’s Nov. 29 announcement of […]

News and Policies, World

IRENA and OLADE Reinforce Commitment to Boost Renewables in Latin America and the Caribbean

November 24, 2021


The Latin American Energy Organisation (OLADE) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), have signed a new agreement to work closely in efforts to scale up the deployment of renewable energy in the Latin American and Caribbean region as it […]

Commercialization, Conventional Fuels

More Than 20 Coal-Fired Plants Will Close in Wake of Wastewater Rule

November 23, 2021

Via: Power Magazine

A new wastewater rule authorized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) earlier this year is leading several coal-fired plants to announce closure plans, according to an analysis of state regulatory filings by the Sierra Club. The group said at […]

Mainstream technologies, Renewable Energy

In win for EV supply chain, U.S.’s first anode plant opens in Tennessee

November 23, 2021

Via: Renewable Energy World

The U.S.’s first anode manufacturing facility opened in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Monday, a monumental step to enhance the domestic battery supply chain, as it faces increasing demand from electric vehicle makers. NOVONIX unveiled the ‘Riverside Recharged’ facility — a $20 […]

Chemical, Conventional Fuels

MAP: U.S. to add 27.3 GW of natural gas-fired capacity by 2025

November 22, 2021

Via: Power Engineering

Most natural gas-fired plants scheduled to come online over the next three years in the U.S. are located in Appalachia, and in Florida and Texas, according to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The EIA expects 27.3 GW of […]