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The impact of electric transportation on pollution and reduced carbon emissions and fossil-fuel consumption is complicated.
Scottish offshore energy company Equinor has revealed its preferred floating wind foundation design for full-scale gigawatt (GW) commercial floating offshore wind, if successful in the ScotWind leasing round.
The U.S. will provide funding for 26 new EV battery research projects, and is taking steps to bolster the domestic lithium battery supply chain.
Energy Harbor’s announced closing of the Sammis plant means solar projects in Ohio’s regulatory pipeline already exceed the coal power that will remain after 2028.
The ongoing energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy requires that governments and the corporate sector collaborate in new ways.
While retiring old units and replacing them with new and efficient units is rewarding both to the utility investors and the customers, it is coming at the expense of distributed solar.
The limited availability of raw materials used to manufacture lithium-ion batteries complicates the transition to electric vehicles. That's where recycling comes in.
Nonprofit groups have established resource centers in St. Louis and the Kansas City metro to help building owners upgrade properties as advocates press cities to adopt more stringent energy efficiency standards.
Rhode Island is a small state with big energy ambitions. Like many states, however, those ambitions are complicated by an outdated electric grid.
To say the engineering that goes into the platform design for an offshore wind farm is “complicated” would be laughable at best. “Complicated’ barely scratches the surface of the hundreds of hours of work that goes into designing a structure to support a tower that will stand some 100-200 meters high in the ocean for 20+ years, be subjected to enormous wave and wind loads over those two and half decades and oh, not to mention, generate electricity all the while.