Daily Archives: July 29, 2020

Green mining: CEFC takes $51m stake in lithium producer

By Michael Mazengarb CEFC turns attention to transformation of Australia’s mining sector towards a greener future after boosting its stake in lithium producer by $51 million. The post Green mining: CEFC takes $51m stake in lithium producer appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

There are 2 “E”s in Pipeline

By David Rogers Over the past decade Conventional and Renewable Energy staked positions across the aisle in business just as Republicans and Democrats have squared off in Washington DC. From subsidies to fracking and New Green Deal vs Energy Dominance, rarely could both energy sectors get on the same page. But in the past 12…

What Year Is It? BBC Rehashes #ExxonKnew Using the Same Old Sources

By Energy in Depth The BBC is the latest legacy media institution that’s done a deep dive into the “Exxon Knew” campaign and churned out a 10-part podcast series that features very little in the way of new reporting but includes plenty of biased voices looking to smear the energy industry. Instead, the series merely…

In Ironic Twist, Mass. AG Shoots Down Municipal Fossil Fuel Ban

By Energy in Depth In an ironic twist of events, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey struck down a Boston suburb’s attempt to implement a fossil fuel ban last week after her office found that it conflicted with state regulations. The block comes as Healey is trying to advance her own political and regulatory agenda against…

Activists Convinced Minnesota Attorney General To File Climate Lawsuit

By Energy in Depth A Minnesota activist group completely blew the cover of the entire climate litigation campaign by acknowledging how closely private individuals and organizations have coordinated with state attorneys general to promote lawsuits against fossil fuel companies. For years, these activists have operated mostly in the shadows, attempting to shield their conversations and…

Data underscores need to strengthen Pennsylvania’s methane rule proposal

By EDF Energy Exchange By Hillary HullIn July, Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection will conclude its public comment period on proposed rules to curb methane emissions from existing oil and gas facilities. As the state weighs feedback, EDF analysis shows Pennsylvania operators emit over 1 million tons of methane annually — 16 times what they…

One in, all in. Making community scale batteries work in the NEM

By Mark Byrne Community-scale batteries are all the rage on Western Australia’s government-run grid. And what’s not to like? But what about the rest of Australia? The post One in, all in. Making community scale batteries work in the NEM appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

New York Power Authority and Siemens Energy, Inc. to Lead World-Class Cybersecurity Center of Excellence

By Richard Brooks This could be a very valuable resource for the industry. Thanks to NYPA and Siemens for this very useful resource. I hope that NYPA and Siemens will join us on Energy Central on 8/12 for the cybersecurity Powersession on software supply chain risk assessment best practices; https://energycentral.com/event/energy-central-powersession-cybersecurity-us-power-grid-software-supply-chain-risks-and Click headline for full article…

AEMO’s recipe for a cheap, clean and reliable energy future

By Ketan Joshi The ISP’s doesn’t target lowest emissions. It targets a lowest-cost replacement of ageing fossil fuel power stations, with a minimum standard for reliability. It finds that the cheapest, most reliable way forward is clean. The post AEMO’s recipe for a cheap, clean and reliable energy future appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full…

Construction Of Ultium Cells LLC Battery Plant Progressing On Schedule

By Blagojce Krivevski Today marks the beginning of steel construction at the all-new Ultium Cells LLC battery cell manufacturing facility in Lordstown. Ultium Cells LLC is a joint venture that will mass-produce Ultium battery cells for electric vehicles and create more than 1,100 new jobs in Northeast Ohio. Since May 2020, ground has been broken…

New Report on Euro-Mediterranean Energy Cooperation

By ENEL Foundation Contributor The second annual report by SRM – Studi e Ricerche per il Mezzogiorno (Study Center related to Intesa San Paolo Group) and the Energy Security Lab (ESL) at the Energy Center of the Politecnico of Turin, “MED & Italian Energy: Fostering Renewables for new Euro-Mediterranean cooperation”, has just been published and…

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