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The latest issue of EIA's "Monthly Energy Review" report (with data through June 30, 2021) reveals that renewable sources accounted for 12.91% of the U.S. energy produced (and 12.71% of the energy consumed) for electricity, transportation, heating, and other uses. Renewable energy production during the first half of 2021 was 6.160 quadrillion Btu (quads) - 3.03% more than during the same period last year and 4.23% higher than in 2019.
Concerns by Senate Democrats could see the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package (and its clean energy investments) cut in half.
In its latest Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), the U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts that electricity generation from U.S. hydropower plants will be 14% lower in 2021 than it was in 2020. This is a result of “extreme and exceptional” drought conditions that have been affecting much of the western U.S., especially California and states in the Pacific Northwest, which are […]
A coalition of more than 50 groups called on Congress to include long-term clean energy tax incentives in the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package.
The U.S. now has 127 GW of cumulative wind power capacity with a pipeline of 62 GW under development through 2025.
The U.S. Dept of Energy's Solar Futures Study is a blueprint that broadly shows how the U.S. could reach the milestone in the Biden administration's quest for a zero-carbon grid.
The U.S. added 16.8 gigawatts of new wind power capacity in 2020, while project costs declined and performance improved, according to the Dept. of Energy's annual report on the industry.
Schumer's office said the Clean Electricity Payment Program and tax credits for renewable energy sources will make the biggest impact.
The world should recognize and push for microgrids, and federations of microgrids, as the topology of the electricity infrastructure of the future.
Advocates of reducing carbon emissions say the advanced energy economy's rapid growth requires the embrace of qualified individuals from all backgrounds -- including fossil fuels -- to reach ambitious climate goals.