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  • Regulators join forces to remove barriers to clean energy transmission June 17, 2021
    Transmission is key if the US is serious about becoming a nation powered by more renewable energy; new taskforce will work to overcome obstacles and barriers to key infrastructure build-out. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) today announced the formation of a joint federal-state task force […]
    Jennifer Runyon
  • ‘Say what we do, do what we say’: Behind the scenes on Nextracker’s ISO 9001:2015 certification journey June 17, 2021
    The International Organization for Standardization, better known by its acronym ISO, is an independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 165 national standards bodies.
    Jennifer Runyon
  • New innovation lab launched to drive innovation in US renewable energy June 17, 2021
    The Blue Energy Studio will engage entrepreneurs, engineers, inventors, and corporate partners, beginning with Ørsted, to test and iterate innovative solutions to critical challenges across the renewable energy value chain.
    Jennifer Runyon
  • Examining the emerging hydrogen industry in Australia June 17, 2021
    Countries are slowly diversifying their energy portfolio by including hydrogen in their future roadmap towards a low carbon economy. Today, several global trends and activities distinguish the renewed focus on hydrogen from what has been observed in the past. Countries like Germany, Japan, the UK, China, Australia, and others have already made plans targeting Hydrogen […]
    Danish Sunasra
  • Oil majors attracted by economic competitiveness of renewables June 16, 2021
    The expected decreased demand for fossil fuels, coupled with the falling costs associated with renewable energy projects, are driving major oil and gas companies – including bp, Total and Shell – to actively restructure their businesses to add more renewable power projects to their portfolios. This is according to the latest research from data and […]
    Pamela Largue
  • MISO electric vehicle prospects increase (3 out of 3) June 16, 2021
    With the increase in Electric Vehicles' availability in Midwest states, it is time to acknowledge the opportunities for charging EVs at MISO, the regional grid operator. Aggregated EVs can be a distributed energy resource (DER). Therefore, aggregators are ideally positioned to bid EVs into the MISO market. MISO and other grid operators can enable EV […]
    Rao Konidena
  • NHPC signs MOU for implementation of 130.1-MW Dagmara hydroelectric project June 16, 2021
    NHPC Limited and Bihar State Power Holding Company (BSHPC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for implementation of the 130.1-MW Dagmara hydroelectric project in the Supaul district, Bihar State, India. The MOU was signed and exchanged by the signatories in the august presence of Shri R.K. Singh, Hon’ble Minister of State (Independent Charge) Power […]
    Elizabeth Ingram
  • EDP Renewables enters Chilean market with $38 million acquisition June 15, 2021
    EDP Renewables is expanding its presence within the Latin American and global clean energy market with two separate deals reached with Atacama Energy and Lader Energy in Chile. The two deals have a total consideration of $38 million for the acquisition of 628 MW of solar and wind energy projects in Chile. Commenting on the […]
    Renewable Energy World
  • Thursday’s eclipse reduced PV production June 15, 2021
    A partial solar eclipse last Thursday was expected to reduce solar energy production for a time. It underlines the importance of photovoltaic operators and utilities having backups, whether in the form of energy storage or alternative ways of getting energy to customers during an outage.  According to Astronomy, last week’s annular, or ring-shaped eclipse, was […]
    Matthew Robare
  • Maine continues expansion of EV fast-charging network June 15, 2021
    Efficiency Maine last week announced seven awards to place new high-speed electric vehicle (EV) chargers at strategic locations on Interstate 95 to serve communities in central and eastern Maine. With these additions, Maine’s universally accessible, high-speed EV charger network will connect Bangor, mid-coast Maine, and Acadia to drivers traveling to and from southern New England […]
    Renewable Energy World