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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
Bill Gates Nuclear Storage Venture to Help Wind and Solar
A venture backed by Bill Gates has unveiled small-scale nuclear power-plus-storage technology designed to work alongside wind and solar to provide continuous ze
Google Signs PPA with Candela Renewables for New 140-MW Texas Solar Project
Candela Renewables announced an agreement with Google for a 140-MW power purchase agreement in Texas, bringing new green energy to the ERCOT power grid.
Exelon to Close Byron and Dresden Nuclear Power Plants
US-based Exelon Generation has announced that it intends to retire its Byron and Dresden nuclear power plants in Illinois in autumn 2021.
TerraPower Announces Nuclear Reactor with Molten Salt Power Storage
TerraPower and GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy have announced the launch of a small nuclear reactor design made to store power with molten salt.
The U.S. Energy Storage Boom Is About To Begin
The rise of renewable energy sources and the decarbonization of the grid will need new energy storage installations in the coming years to provide flexible ener
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Oil Major Equinor Stops Drilling In U.S. Shale Patch
Norway's Equinor will not drill any more wells in the U.S. shale patch this year as it adjusts to a lower-for-longer oil price environment.
Exelon Announces Early Shutdown of Four Illinois Reactors
US utility Exelon Generation announced today both the two-unit Byron and Dresden nuclear power plants will be retired in 2021 as "the result of market rules tha
Douglas County Renewable Hydrogen Project Supported by Cummins Technology
Cummins has said it will provide its five-megawatt PEM electrolyser, powered by clean hydroelectricity, to Douglas County PUD in Washington State.
Construction of America’s largest Standalone Battery Energy Storage System Begins
Chisholm Grid battery energy storage system, the largest standalone battery energy storage project in the United States has begun construction.
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