Daily Archives: May 1, 2020

Post-pandemic: the customer’s turn?

By Rafael Herzberg Post-pandemic: the customer’s turn?When the pandemic allows activities to resume, the whole world will be different from what it was until a few months ago. This statement seems to represent a prevalent understanding.Surely the economy will start little by little and from a much lower level than we were all used to.In…

Acorn project wins £2.7m funding to test conversion of North Sea gas to hydrogen – News for the Oil and Gas Sector

By Charley Rattan Looks like RIIO-2 findings are being acted upon swiftly by the authorities. St Fergus is one of 4 key sites on the gas transmission grid which is under pressure to decarbonise. Hydrogen in some form will be a likely beneficiary. https://www.charleyrattan.com/through-blue-to-green-hydrogen-and-innovation-in-the-northwest-of-england/ Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more…

EDF Renewables and Alliant Energy complete 200-MW Iowa wind project

By WPED Staff EDF Renewables and Alliant Energy’s 200 MW Golden Plains Wind Project started commercial operation on March 27 and is delivering clean electricity to Iowa customers. Located in Winnebago and Kossuth counties in north-central Iowa, Golden Plains injected millions of dollars into the economy and employed hundreds of workers at the peak of…

U.S. president gives DOE control of determining bulk-power equipment purchases

By Kelly Pickerel Today, President Trump signed an Executive Order, “Securing the United States Bulk-Power System.” The Executive Order authorizes U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette to work with the Cabinet and energy industry to secure America’s bulk-power system. “Today, President Trump demonstrated bold leadership to protect America’s bulk-power system and ensure the safety and…

California’s Plan to Equip Vulnerable Citizens With Batteries Stumbles Out of the Gate

By [email protected] California’s plan to equip vulnerable citizens with batteries to keep the lights on during the upcoming fire season has gotten bogged down by bureaucracy, and the coronavirus pandemic is making things worse. In a landmark move, California regulators last year redirected the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP), the state’s main support mechanism for behind-the-meter…

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