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DOE researchers to study wind impacts on concentrating solar power technology

DOE researchers to study wind impacts on concentrating solar power technology

NREL and DOE's Solar Energy Technologies Office will take field measurements at wind developer Acciona Energy’s Nevada Solar One facility.
Clarion Energy Welcomes David Wagman, Kevin Clark, and John Engel to Esteemed Content Team

Clarion Energy Welcomes David Wagman, Kevin Clark, and John Engel to Esteemed Content Team

Clarion Events adds three to its industry-leading energy content team.
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.
Scout acquires 369 MW Blue Sky Solar development project

Scout acquires 369 MW Blue Sky Solar development project

The project is Scout's second utility-scale solar project to be acquired in 2021.
10 reasons to reject NEM 3.0 in California

10 reasons to reject NEM 3.0 in California

A noted economist offers his top reasons why the draft rules should be rejected.
Clean Energy Groups Technical Assistance Fund: 2021 Year-in-Review

Clean Energy Groups Technical Assistance Fund: 2021 Year-in-Review

At the end of each year Clean Energy Group assesses our largest regrant program, the Resilient Power Technical Assistance Fund. This year-in-review blog overviews projects, successes, lessons learned and goals for the new year.
Looking through a gender lens can help guide climate investments

Looking through a gender lens can help guide climate investments

While the Cancun Agreements acknowledged that gender equality and the participation of women are important for all aspects of a climate change response, women remain underrepresented across the board.
Why we shouldn’t abandon natural gas: Renewable natural gas shows promise

Why we shouldn’t abandon natural gas: Renewable natural gas shows promise

Renewable natural gas could provide a near-term solution while the world seeks to eliminate more carbon-intense energy sources.
Great Divide Energy submits application for 399-MW pumped storage preliminary permit

Great Divide Energy submits application for 399-MW pumped storage preliminary permit

Great Divide Energy Park LLC has submitted a preliminary permit application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the 399-MW Great Divide Pumped Storage Hydro Project in Fremont County, Wyo. The application says there are no existing dams or other project facilities at the proposed location. The proposed pumped storage project will be a newly constructed facility located on federal […]
Financing renewable energy in developing economies

Financing renewable energy in developing economies

By Kamogelo Motse, Researcher, Climate Council In 2015 at the United Nations General Assembly, 17 Sustainable Development Goals were established. The purpose of the Sustainable Development Goals is to make sure that everyone has a better and sustainable future. One goal, coined SDG7, aims to ensure that everyone has access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy. SDG7 tracks investments […]