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Biden admin. approves New York’s first offshore wind farm

Biden admin. approves New York’s first offshore wind farm

New York's first offshore wind project could begin construction as soon as January of next year, according to its developers.
COP26 left the world with a climate to-do list: Here are 5 things to watch for in 2022

COP26 left the world with a climate to-do list: Here are 5 things to watch for in 2022

There were signs of hope on issues such as stopping deforestation, cutting methane, ending coal use, and boosting zero-emissions vehicles. Now, those promises must be acted upon.
Build Louisiana Back Resilient

Build Louisiana Back Resilient

Like Hurricane Katrina and numerous storms before it, Hurricane Ida demolished Louisiana’s outdated, fossil-fuel dependent energy system. It’s time for Louisiana leadership to prioritize resilient solutions over continued fossil-fuel investment.
An insider’s look at the Glasgow climate summit – talks intensify, amid grandstanding and anger outside

An insider’s look at the Glasgow climate summit – talks intensify, amid grandstanding and anger outside

The transition is underway, Glasgow needs to deliver, and the world needs to train and prepare for the sprint to 2030 in a race to zero emissions.
Exploring Europe’s approach to offshore wind and green hydrogen

Exploring Europe’s approach to offshore wind and green hydrogen

Interest in using offshore wind for green hydrogen production across Europe is driven by large offshore wind capacity targets, declining offshore wind costs, favorable policies, carbon prices, and a focus on economy-wide decarbonization. Pilot projects are underway, yet significant obstacles remain to wide-scale implementation.
Initiative to create ‘world’s first’ transnational solar grid network formed at COP26

Initiative to create ‘world’s first’ transnational solar grid network formed at COP26

The initiative aims to mobilize $1 trillion in financing by 2030 to assist developing countries in expanding their solar power grids.
Report identifies opportunities to reform the hydropower licensing process

Report identifies opportunities to reform the hydropower licensing process

A new report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, “An Examination of the Hydropower Licensing and Federal Authorization Process,” reveals ways to streamline the licensing process for hydroelectric projects. As oil supplies plummeted in the early 1970s, prices skyrocketed. Congress compelled electricity companies to buy local hydroelectric energy at luxurious prices, launching a frenzy to build small hydropower. But the […]
The next frontier of electric power will maximize renewable energy and storage

The next frontier of electric power will maximize renewable energy and storage

The next frontier goes beyond the shift from fossil fuels to renewables and moves toward different power resources working together.
FERC’s deadlock means SEEM is here to stay—Why are renewables worried?

FERC’s deadlock means SEEM is here to stay—Why are renewables worried?

The 15 utilities behind the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) hailed the proposal as providing "cost, reliability and environmental benefits." So, why is the renewable energy industry so concerned?
Energy giants launch ‘world’s largest’ clean hydrogen infrastructure fund

Energy giants launch ‘world’s largest’ clean hydrogen infrastructure fund

Global energy companies TotalEnergies and Air Liquide have partnered with French construction firm VINCI and a group of international companies to launch what they are calling the world’s largest clean hydrogen infrastructure fund.