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FERC should act on these 3 issues in 2022

FERC should act on these 3 issues in 2022

FERC has opened several lines of inquiry into building the future grid. But FERC needs to do more in 2022.
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. 
Solar advocates, Duke Energy reach net metering agreement in North Carolina

Solar advocates, Duke Energy reach net metering agreement in North Carolina

Duke Energy and solar industry stakeholders have reached an agreement on net metering policy in North Carolina that will help expand distributed solar generation and benefit utility customers, the parties announced Tuesday.
Solar Manufacturing: To Attempt or Not To Attempt

Solar Manufacturing: To Attempt or Not To Attempt

Last year, the all-around bazaar for clean, renewable energies accomplished a almanac $260 billion – and is accepted to abound into the trillions over the next 20 years. Solar accomplishment in accurate is growing badly in the United States and about the world. In fact, according to the Solar Activity Industry Association, America’s solar industry now employs 100,000 workers – […]
At PJM, prefabricated substations might speed up interconnecting renewables

At PJM, prefabricated substations might speed up interconnecting renewables

In addition to learning from MISO's experience, PJM should work with its transmission owners to build substations where renewables connect to the transmission grid
Not all storage solutions are created equal

Not all storage solutions are created equal

Understanding the different methods of energy storage allows us to glimpse the shape of our future energy system. Hans Maghon of Siemens Energy explains.
Texas Starts Power Deregulation, but Not Like California

Texas Starts Power Deregulation, but Not Like California

The largest attempt in the United States to deregulate an electricity market came into force in Texas on New Year. The move comes on the heels of similar attempts in California, where deregulation has been partly reversed.
Britain will Fail to Meet Renewables Target, warns Report

Britain will Fail to Meet Renewables Target, warns Report

Attempts to increase the use of renewable energy in Britain will need incentives, according to a consulting group.
Microsoft to power Virginia data centers with 24/7 clean energy

Microsoft to power Virginia data centers with 24/7 clean energy

The partnership supports Microsoft's goal of matching 100% of its electricity consumption with zero carbon energy purchases by 2030.
Record Solar Power Flight Attempt Unveiled

Record Solar Power Flight Attempt Unveiled

A team of aviators and scientists led by Dr. Bertrand Piccard, the first man together with Brian Jones to circle the earth non-stop in a balloon in 1999, announced plans to develop an aircraft powered by the sun and capable of circling the earth.