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Grid hardening through DER could soon be a viable, profitable solution for utilities

California residents will be able to sign up to be notified when Flex Alerts take place and indicate if they plan to participate. Then, CalISO will be able to validate those responses by zip code, giving the grid operator better visibility into which areas of the grid might see some relief.
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Hydropower and green hydrogen sectors collaborate to achieve net zero

The newly formed Green Hydrogen Organisation and IHA have set out a mutually strengthening vision of how their two sectors can collaborate.

U.S. climate goals require a ‘grid of the future’ now

The U.S. needs a grid of the future, now, to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and continue the rapid deployment of renewable energy assets, according to developers and industry experts.

World’s largest floating offshore wind farm begins operation

The Kincardine Offshore Wind Farm is expected to generate up to 218 GWh of clean electricity each year, enough to power 55,000 households.
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In North Carolina, falling costs of clean energy make strange bedfellows

Manufacturers, mills, and environmental interests oppose Duke-backed legislation because it hampers the role of regulators and costs ratepayers.

How to ‘build back better’ energy markets for higher penetration of renewables

Competitive energy markets have proven their worth even with voluntary utility participation. It is time to make energy markets mandatory.
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Duke Energy’s Sustainable Solutions planning its first wind farm in Iowa

Construction on the Ledyard Windpower site in Kossuth County will be Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions’ first renewable energy project in Iowa.
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India’s rooftop solar capacity grew 517% year-over-year

India added 521 MW of rooftop solar capacity in the second quarter of 2021, representing an increase of 53% from the previous quarter and 517% year-over-year growth.

Demand for renewable energy, supply chain pressures send PPA prices higher

While wind and solar power purchase agreement prices are trending upward, LevelTen doesn't expect demand to soften.
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Massive infrastructure projects selected to deliver clean energy to New York City

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul kicked off Climate Week by announcing the selection of two massive transmission and renewable energy infrastructure projects that will deliver clean energy to New York City.