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The key to decreasing the built environment’s impact on climate change is to reduce carbon emissions. To achieve long-term benefits, the whole lifecycle of a building must be taken into consideration.
Western U.S. utilities totaling 10M+ customers create exploratory group looking for future market options
A dozen of the major power providers in the western U.S. are banding together to pursue future market services which could offer both reliable electricity and carbon reduction, they say.
he International Energy Agency released its Global Hydrogen Review 2021 on Monday, calling on world leaders to rapidly invest in hydrogen projects to support the clean energy transition.
The Decoding Wind’s Future study states that successful renewable energy operators will need to be responsive to pricing mechanisms and tailor their operations to improve profitability.
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 […]
US, China commit to phase down climate-warming HFCs from refrigerators and air conditioners – but what will replace them this time?
The EPA finalized a rule to start eliminating a class of climate-warming chemicals that are widely used as coolants in refrigerators, air conditioners and heat pumps.
Helix Power Corporation is seeking seed capital from investors to advance its patented flywheel short-term energy storage technology.
These 3 energy storage technologies can help solve the challenge of moving to 100% renewable electricity
In a recent report, researchers at NREL estimated that the potential exists to increase U.S. renewable energy storage capacity by as much as 3,000% percent by 2050.
Electric power generated from renewable energy sources in the U.S. will rise to nearly 23% in 2022, according to short-term guidance released Tuesday by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).
A major workshop that gathered 100 participants representing a large part of the European and global photovoltaic industry, confirmed the projections of the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA), which anticipate, in an accelerated scenario, that the annual global photovoltaic (PV) market could reach 5.4 GW in 2010. A tight silicon raw material situation, however, will temper market growth in the short term.