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Idaho Power Exiting Coal Plant; Proposes Reinvesting Savings in Energy Efficiency
In two proposals submitted to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC), Idaho Power has taken another step toward its goal to provide 100% clean energy by 2
Dominion Energy Announces Nuclear License Renewal Application for North Anna Power Station
Dominion Energy, has filed an application with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to renew North Anna Power Station's operating licenses for an additional
The World’s First Green Hydrogen ‘Standard Package’ Projects in US
Three projects in the US are to implement the first green hydrogen standard packages for power balancing and energy storage.
India’s Waaree Eyes US Push Following 300MW California Order
Indian PV manufacturer Waaree Energies is eyeing a major push in the US market after receiving an order for more than 300MW of mono PERC modules in the country.
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ConocoPhillips Pulls Request for Extension of Flaring Permits at 41 Texas Sites
U.S. oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips withdrew a request to extend flaring permits at 41 of its sites in West Texas.
Wartsila to Operate Three Multi-State Storage Projects for Duke Energy
Technology group Wärtsilä has been selected by US utility Duke Energy for the engineering, procurement and construction of three battery energy storage facili
US DOE Agreed to Remove Plutonium from South Carolina
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson has announced a $600 million settlement between the state and the federal government.
EDP Renováveis to Sell Stake in US Renewable Assets for $700m
Spanish firm EDP Renováveis has agreed to sell its stake in a US wind and solar portfolio to Connor, Clark & Lunn Infrastructure for $700m.
US Announces Funding for Fusion and Carbon Capture Technologies
The US Department of Energy has announced $72m in funding for carbon capture technologies and $29m for fusion research projects.
US Coal Exports Extend Declines
US coal exports fell from year-earlier levels in July as a drop in thermal coal shipments outweighed an increase in metallurgical volumes.
UCSD Team Develops New Disordered Rock Salt Anode for Fast-Charging, Safer Lithium-ion Batteries
Researchers at UC San Diego, with their colleagues at other institutions, have developed a new anode material that enables lithium-ion batteries to be safely re
Enel Green Power Begins Operating Largest Solar Plant in Texas
Enel Green Power has started operations at the 245 MW second phase of its Roadrunner solar plant in Upton County, Texas.
WoodMac: Biden Loss Would End Hopes of US Decarbonization by 2050
The stakes are every bit as high as the energy industry and climate change activists say they are.
San Bernardino Renewable BioFuels Project Construction Begins
FuelCell Energy, Inc. a global leader in fuel cell technology with a purpose of utilizing its proprietary, state-of-the-art fuel cell platforms to enable a worl
Duke Energy Contracts Wärtsilä for Three Battery Storage Facilities
Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has secured an engineering, procurement, and construction contract from Duke Energy for three battery storage facilities in
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