Daily Archives: January 5, 2021

EV Application Shakeout – Part 2

By John Benson In Part 2 we will focus on (1) Road-going vehicles; (2) Flying electric vehicles and how recent developments by Tesla may bootstrap this stalled market, (3) other recent developments by Tesla and (4) a potential Tesla competitor. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy…

Greenhouse Gasses and Fossil Fuels

By donn dears Scientists have established that greenhouse gasses are not a threat. Even if they were, it’s impossible to eliminate fossil fuelsThe evidence is in my article A Message for All Americans at http://bit.ly/3ogwGVP Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best…

Massachusetts Enshrines Net-Zero Emissions by Midcentury in Law

By [email protected] Massachusetts lawmakers began 2021 by passing legislation imposing limitations on the state’s emissions in coming decades, codifying a broad, long-range target that Republican Governor Charlie Baker’s administration set out in a separate roadmap published in December. Under the law, which still awaits the governor’s signature, Massachusetts must reduce emissions by 50 percent below…

EU ends funding for natural Gas Pipelines…

By John Butler Since 2014, about €1bn of EU taxpayer money has been spent on cross-border natural-gas infrastructure, through the Commission’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) fund, which has so far allocated €4.6bn under rules set by the EU’s Trans-European Energy Networks (TEN-E) regulations.This is now all set to change with a greater focus on smart…

Clearway Energy Group completes 192-MW Rosamond Central solar project

By Kelsey Misbrener Clearway Energy Group announced that it completed construction and reached commercial operation on the 192-MW Rosamond Central solar project in Kern County, California. Rosamond Central is contracted under PPAs with East Bay Community Energy and Clean Power Alliance, both Community Choice Aggregators providing a diverse range of power options to regional customers,…

Cutting Concrete’s Carbon Footprint

By [email protected] After years of slow headway, building design and industry professionals say sharp reductions in the climate impact of concrete are possible now. That is significant because cement, the critical glue that holds concrete together, is so carbon-intensive that if it were a country, it would rank fourth in the world as a climate…

10 Solar and Storage Trends for 2021

By [email protected] Barry Cinnamon is CEO of California’s Cinnamon Energy Systems. *** Dave Barry said it best when summarizing 2020: “This was a year of nonstop awfulness, a year when we kept saying it couldn’t possibly get worse, and it always did. This was a year in which our only moments of genuine, unadulterated happiness…

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