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Federal lease offer could spur up to 7 GW of offshore wind

Federal lease offer could spur up to 7 GW of offshore wind

The lease is the Biden Administration's first for offshore wind energy.
Final contracts clear the way for nearly 2.5 GW of offshore wind

Final contracts clear the way for nearly 2.5 GW of offshore wind

The offshore wind projects will likely spur additional investment and job creation.
Solar to make up half of new generating capacity in 2022

Solar to make up half of new generating capacity in 2022

EIA expects 46.1 GW of new utility-scale generating capacity to be added in 2022.
A 21st-century reinvention of the electric grid is crucial for solving the climate change crisis

A 21st-century reinvention of the electric grid is crucial for solving the climate change crisis

With the planet facing increasingly intense heat waves, drought, wildfires and storms, a path to tackle the climate crisis became clear: Transition the electric grid to carbon-free wind and solar and convert most other fossil fuel users in transportation, buildings and industry to electricity.
10 notable battery storage projects that went live in 2021

10 notable battery storage projects that went live in 2021

Battery storage is having its moment in the sun. In its most recent Electricity Monthly Update, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said that when it totals up the numbers for 2021, it expects they will show that battery storage capacity grew by 4.5 GW, or 300%, in the year just ended. “Declining cost for battery storage applications, favorable economics when […]
Energy-related carbon emissions fell in 2020, EIA says

Energy-related carbon emissions fell in 2020, EIA says

EIA cited lower energy demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as continuing changes in the electricity generation fuel mix.
Solar and wind still lead generating capacity additions

Solar and wind still lead generating capacity additions

Future growth could slow if Build Back Better fails to pass.
EPRI reflects on the year gone by

EPRI reflects on the year gone by

The past 12 months have been positively electric for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). From working with the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a national EV charging infrastructure blueprint to speaking at COP26 about numerous EPRI-led decarbonization research initiatives, it has been a whirlwind of a year.
Feds set to approve nearly 1 GW of solar capacity on public land by year’s end

Feds set to approve nearly 1 GW of solar capacity on public land by year’s end

The BLM approved the Africa and Victory Pass solar projects east of Los Angeles, which combined would generate up to 465 MW of electricity. 
New DOE office to help stand up clean energy projects

New DOE office to help stand up clean energy projects

The Office is being created to help stand up projects in clean hydrogen, carbon capture, grid-scale energy storage, small modular reactors, and more.