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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.
Solar faces a 25% drop in 2022 deployments, SEIA and WoodMac say

Solar faces a 25% drop in 2022 deployments, SEIA and WoodMac say

Logistical challenges and price increases in the solar supply chain are expected to depress deployments next year, resulting in what could be a 7.4 GW (25%) decrease in solar installations for 2022 compared to previous forecasts. And, for the second quarter in a row, trade policy uncertainty and supply chain constraints are driving solar price increases across all market segments. […]
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.
Every Drop Counts — Is It Possible?

Every Drop Counts — Is It Possible?

A significant challenge during development of the 42.5 MW Sibulan A and B hydro plants in the Philippines was to use every drop of water coming down the river to generate power. Owner Hedcor Inc. shows how results of hydraulic studies were used to maximize revenue from the two facilities.
Justice Delayed — New Sources of Carbon Pollution and the Clean Power Plan

Justice Delayed — New Sources of Carbon Pollution and the Clean Power Plan

Anyone following the Justice Delayed series knows I have been waiting for the other shoe to drop in the continuing saga of challenges to the Clean Power Plan. Well—it dropped.
Report: Solar’s supply chain disaster threatens 56% of global utility projects in 2022

Report: Solar’s supply chain disaster threatens 56% of global utility projects in 2022

The report found 56% of projects -- or 90 GW of solar capacity -- are threatened by commodity price inflation and supply chain bottlenecks.
Deep Cuts Announced for Renewables Work in the U.S.

Deep Cuts Announced for Renewables Work in the U.S.

Support for concentrating solar power (CSP) in the United States will drop by 86 percent this year, according to the federal budget.
Green Energy Program Dropped in Connecticut

Green Energy Program Dropped in Connecticut

Green Mountain Energy Company, a national retail provider of cleaner electricity, says it will discontinue serving all of its 1,312 customers in Connecticut as of March 31, 2003.
Austin Energy drops a solar bomb

Austin Energy drops a solar bomb

In a near-complete turnaround from its public position just a week ago, Austin Energy has announced plans to adopt specific, highly ambitious, and undeniably expensive goals for adding solar energy to the Austin electric and economic mix…