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Report: SEEM alternatives would save $100 billion, cut more emissions

SEEM, which is under review by FERC, would produce the lowest cost savings and emission reductions of available options, according to a new report.
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Stantec to lead feasibility study for 1,800-MW Gregory County Pumped Storage Project

The proposed project will provide increased energy resiliency and grid reliability, while also addressing intermittent power generated by wind and solar, and aligns with the global transition to more sustainable forms of energy generation.
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UK support scheme funds next-gen wind turbine manufacturing

Offshore wind cabling manufacturer JDR Cable Systems has announced that it will receive funding from the UK government’s Offshore Wind Manufacturing Investment Support scheme.

Ford unveils plans for EV mega campus in Tennessee

Ford Motor Company announced plans on Tuesday for a massive electric vehicle manufacturing campus in Tennessee, as well as two additional battery facilities in Kentucky, in what the company called the largest investment in the U.S. electric vehicle market at one time by an automaker.

Colorado law creates transparency at rural electric co-ops

Co-ops don’t just want affordable, clean energy. They want to provide input and support their communities.

JinkSolar building $500 million ingot and wafer facility in Vietnam

The facility will have an annual manufacturing capacity of 7 GW and will be operational in the first quarter of 2022. The company said the new facility will provide additional content for modules assembled in Jacksonville, Florida.

L’Oreal achieves carbon-neutrality across US operations

French-headquartered beauty products company L’Oreal has reached carbon neutrality for scopes 1 and 2 emissions across its facilities in the US.

AltaRock clears hurdle in quest for ‘next generation’ geothermal resource

AltaRock Energy anticipates formal demonstration of the first SHR EGS well system by 2025 at Newberry Volcano near Bend, Oregon, followed by commercial development by 2030.

Minneapolis battery pilot will test vision for sharing solar power with neighbors

Four batteries are being installed at a North Minneapolis green jobs training center in one of the country’s first “virtual power plant” pilot projects. Each battery will simulate a household buying and selling power with neighbors.

Utility-scale solar PV pushes into higher AC voltages

The evolution of high-efficiency solar photovoltaic (PV) string inverters is driving a shift toward higher AC voltages in utility scale solar applications.