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Quebec Utility Mulls Restart of Mothballed Nuclear Reactor
A government-run Canadian utility said it is considering restarting a nuclear reactor that was shut down more than a decade ago, in an effort to support the supply of energy…
AEP Sells 1.4-GW Unregulated Contracted Renewables Portfolio to Invenergy-Led Consortium
American Electric Power (AEP), one of the nation’s largest power producers, has completed the sale of its 1,365-MW unregulated contracted renewables portfolio to an Invenergy-led consortium. IRG Acquisition Holdings (IRGAH)—a…
The Growing Importance of Carbon Capture
Carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies have long been seen as a tool to tackle climate chaos, but the potential was largely theoretical. Two projects at Sleipner and Snohvit off the…
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How Utilities Can Balance the Growth of EV Charging Consumption
Electric vehicle (EV) adoption is proceeding faster than anticipated even a year ago. Recent projections say EVs could account for 30 to 42 million light-duty vehicles on U.S. roads in…
Understanding the Impact of Net Metering Changes on Solar Adoption in California
California has long been a leader in the U.S. solar industry, largely due to lucrative financial incentives encouraging adoption. Recently, the California Public Utilities Commission announced it will not be…
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J-Class Gas Turbines Arrive at IPP Renewed, Milestone for Giant Utah Cavern Hydrogen Hub Project
Mitsubishi Power has delivered two M501JAC gas turbines to Intermountain Power Project (IPP) Renewed in Delta, Utah, a power plant that will source hydrogen when it begins operation in 2025…
The Future of Wind Energy Depends on Technicians and Technology
New global renewable energy deployments are set to increase by more than 440 GW by the end of 2023, the largest increase to date. To put that into perspective, a power…
FERC's Queue Reform an Improvement, but Devil Is in the Details
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on July 28 issued a landmark order that reforms the generator interconnection process. The order is in response to a clear need for nationwide…
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DOD Backs Offshore Wind Project Near California Space Force Base
A pilot floating offshore wind project near the California coast has been approved by the U.S. Dept. of Defense (DOD), the first of several steps needed by the 60-MW project…
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