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Texas company uses Bitcoin mines powered by renewables to stabilize the grid

A Texas-based energy technology firm has raised $150 million to develop bitcoin mining campuses powered by renewable energy sources.

Maryland is now home to the largest rooftop community solar project in the U.S.

A 9.2-megawatt solar array on the roof of a commercial warehouse in Maryland is now the largest rooftop community solar project in the U.S.

Renewables account for 20% of U.S. electricity generation through Q3 2021

Over the last five years, solar-generated electricity has tripled and wind is up by 65.2%.

Biden admin. approves New York’s first offshore wind farm

New York's first offshore wind project could begin construction as soon as January of next year, according to its developers.

Massachusetts’ new efficiency plan puts a priority on underserved communities

The state’s latest three-year energy efficiency plan would include new provisions to increase outreach and expand program eligibility for lower-income households and residents of color.

Hitachi Energy and Denmark’s Clever partner on EVs, renewables, and storage

A new partnership aims to ensure that Denmark is able to power its electric vehicles (EVs) with 100% renewable electricity 24/7 and to leverage EVs and battery storage to expand renewables’ use for grid stability.

Quick fix: Why FERC should approve the SOO Green transmission project

SOO Green is a High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) merchant transmission project that aims to bring Midwest renewable resources to PJM

Blockchain: Opening doors in the energy sector

Blockchain is set to transform the renewable energy industry in many ways, from certifying the source of green energy to making energy grids more accessible.

New regulatory factors to consider before developing your next solar site

Navigating the ever-changing solar regulatory landscape by identifying constraints on solar developments is critical.

GE to produce zero waste wind turbine blades by 2030, company says

The plan will be carried out by LM Wind Power, a GE Renewable Energy subsidiary, which will aim to deliver no excess manufacturing materials and packaging to landfills and incineration without energy recovery.