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A Legacy of Quality Reporting: POWER Turns 140

POWER magazine is celebrating its 140th anniversary this month. All I can say is “Wow! What an incredible run!” And, it’s not over yet—we plan to continue putting out a…



Germany Halts Closure of Two Nuclear Plants Until April 2023

Germany plans to keep two of its three last nuclear power plants on standby until mid-2023—beyond their year-end closure deadline—to bolster its energy security through the winter. However, the declaration…


Why the Solar Market Is Down and Why It’s Poised for a Comeback

The forecast for U.S. solar energy installations in 2022 have been revised downward in a report published by Wood Mackenzie and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) on Sept. 8,…


California Declares Stage 3 Emergency Alert, Warns Rotating Outages Possible

California’s grid operator issued a Stage 3 energy emergency alert (EEA) at 5:17 p.m. PST on Sept. 6, warning it would order rotating power outages to lower soaring power demand…


Shoring Up the Grid for Extreme Weather and Climate Change

The threat of climate change is no longer a threat—it’s here and it’s impacting everyone. However, in New Jersey, 10 years after Superstorm Sandy, communities are better prepared than ever…


Inflation Reduction Act Programs Could Establish the U.S. as a Market Leader in Hydrogen 

For the growing U.S. hydrogen industry, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is transformative. Today, nearly all hydrogen is produced from fossil fuels to be used as a chemical feedstock and…