Daily Archives: September 17, 2019

Episode 74: Translating Research to Policy with Dr. Johannes Urpelainen

By ISEP Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy Podcast – Episode 74: Translating Research to Policy with Dr. Johannes Urpelainen appeared first on ISEP.Dr. Johannes Urpelainen is the Director and Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Professor of Energy, Resources and Environment at the Johns Hopkins Kreiger School of Advanced International Studies, as well as, the Founder Director…

Caterpillar bringing hybrid energy solutions to Energy Storage International

By Billy Ludt Caterpillar will exhibit its solar and hybrid energy storage solutions at Smart Energy Week, Solar Power International and Energy Storage International at Salt Lake City from September 23 to 26. “Caterpillar has demonstrated the real-world applications of robust hybrid systems for commercial and industrial customers seeking lower energy costs, improved power quality,…

Visualizing North Dakota Oil & Gas Production (Through July 2019)

By Enno Peters This article contains still images from the interactive dashboards available in the original blog post. To follow the instructions in this article, please use the interactive dashboards. Furthermore, they allow you to uncover other insights as well.These interactive presentations contain the latest oil & gas production data from all 15,046 horizontal wells…

Does Climate Make Good Political TV?

By [email protected] We’ve gone from drought to flood. People who care about climate change have spent the last three presidential election cycles begging television news outlets to cover the issue. But the more pressure mounted, the more coverage lagged. Across all three debates between Clinton and Trump in 2016, environmental issues got just under five…

Virginia governor issues executive order for 30% renewables by 2030

By Kelsey Misbrener GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, a regional affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, applauds Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam for issuing an executive order expanding access to clean energy and growing the clean energy careers of the future in Virginia. Executive Order 43 directs agencies of the Commonwealth to develop a plan of…

Solar developer Nexamp takes on 51 MWh of energy storage projects

By Kelly Pickerel Responding to the increasing demand and need for battery systems, Nexamp is deploying its first energy storage projects, representing more than 51 MWh of capacity. These six projects are located across sites in New York and Massachusetts, taking advantage of economic incentives available under NY-Sun, VDER and MA SMART programs. Nexamp was…

NFPA releases fire-safety standard for energy storage system installation

By Kelly Pickerel To help provide answers to different stakeholders interested in energy storage system (ESS) technologies, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has released “NFPA 855, Standard for the Installation of Stationary Energy Storage Systems,” the first comprehensive collection of criteria for the fire protection of ESS installations. The standard provides requirements based on…

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