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Feds Approve Largest U.S. Solar Project
A Nevada installation that would be the largest solar power project in U.S. history was approved by the U.S. Department of the Interior on May 11. The estimated $1 billion,…
 
Is Geothermal Power on the Brink of a Boom?
After several years of stagnancy, prospects for the geothermal power industry are heating up. Over the past year, it has seen a flurry of legislative boosts, an uptick of power purchase agreements, and
Analysts Say 594,300 Jobs in Clean Energy Lost to Pandemic
Four groups analyzing data from the U.S. Dept. of Labor said more than half-a-million jobs in the clean energy sector were lost in March and April due to shutdowns caused…
 
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Hydropower: Meeting Growing Needs with Improved Reliability and Efficiency
Hydropower delivers a range of benefits to society and the environment. However, there are two major challenges that face hydroelectric power plant operators—efficient use of water and high availability. To
Offshore Wind Finding Direction in U.S.
Europe has a big head start globally when it comes to generating power from offshore wind installations. The U.S. has lagged due to a variety of factors, including the need to work through regulatory issues
COVID-19 Weighs on Siemens Gamesa Earnings
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) on May 6 said delays to its renewable energy projects, in part due to supply chain disruptions from the coronavirus pandemic, will continue to negatively…
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Innovative Distributed Generation Projects Provide Power to Remote Areas
Remote communities have become testing grounds for innovative power projects. These areas traditionally have been powered by fossil fuel generation, usually diesel fuel or oil and sometimes natural gas, and
The POWER Interview: Utilities Find Opportunities in Distributed Energy
The growth in renewable energy, along with new forms of power generation not dependent on transmission via the traditional grid, has created new business opportunities for both legacy generators and…
A Protocol for Making Renewable Energy Sizing and Selection Decisions
Much has been written about renewable energy, but few stories have focused on the complexity of determining the optimal mix of solar and wind generation, and the kind and amount of energy storage, that
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Industry Press Releases
PG&E Poised to Expand Battery Energy Storage Capacity by More Than 420 Megawatts

Sumitomo Electric secures >€500M “Corridor A-Nord” High-Voltage DC Underground Cable Project in Germany which sets new innovative benchmarks in the HVDC Industry

Industrial decarbonization is essential for addressing climate crisis, report shows

ConnectGen Closes Financing with CoBank ACB and NORD/LB for Solar Projects

Susgen Launches to Invest in Renewable Energy

New Columbia Solar and Franklin Park Infrastructure Partner to Forge Largest Ever Tax Equity Partnership Dedicated to Washington, DC-Based Solar Projects

Dominion Energy Virginia Quadruples Renewable Energy and Energy Storage in Long-Term Integrated Resource Plan
 
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