Daily Archives: May 12, 2022

UK’s National Grid targets hydrogen network build from 2026

By Charley Rattan National Grid aims to start linking industrial clusters in the UK’s northeast with dedicated hydrogen pipelines https://www.nationalgrid.com/stories/journey-to-net-zero-stories/making-plans-hydrogen-backbone-across-britain Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Taylor quietly tips $3m into another brown coal to hydrogen venture

By Michael Mazengarb More funding quietly tipped into brown coal to hydrogen projects, as the Coalition’s election fossil hydrogen subsides top $400 million. The post Taylor quietly tips $3m into another brown coal to hydrogen venture appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

.. for the next president (Brazil)

By Rafael Herzberg .. for the next president (Brazil) Perhaps the most important issue for the future of energy in Brazil is to achieve and maintain cost and price competitiveness for consumers, whether residential, business or institutional. Brazil has at its disposal abundant renewable sources that meet all the conditions to be super competitive. What…

One small blip of demand response, one big leap to smart green grid

By Giles Parkinson First official trades in “nega-watts” – dialling down demand at times of high prices – points to a smarter future for the grid. The post One small blip of demand response, one big leap to smart green grid appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Is What Went Before Enough to Save U.S. Climate Policy?

By Joel Stronberg The Constitution that I interpret and apply is not living but dead, or as I prefer to call it, enduring. It means today not what current society, much less the court, thinks it ought to mean but what it meant when it was adopted. .. Click headline for full article Read Full…

Is California a ‘Blue Carbon’ pioneer?

By Tavise Morabia A new California state bill could require blue carbon measures to mitigate the effects of coastal development on marshes and wetlands. Californian’s AB 2593, authored by Assemblymember Boerner Horvath, D-Encinitas, would require projects on public lands to compensate for greenhouse gas emissions by building or contributing to ‘blue carbon’ projects. The.. Click…

Arkansas regional bank powers locations with 4.8-MW solar array

By Billy Ludt Scenic Hill Solar managed the construction of a 4.8-MW solar project in Stuttgart, Arkansas, to account for electricity supply to Bank OZK’s regional locations. The single-axis solar array is made of 11,265 solar panels and will produce enough electricity to power the bank’s new corporate headquarters in Little Rock and up to…

IAEA – Nuclear Plant Safety in Ukraine “Far from Resolved”

By Dan Yurman IAEA – Nuclear Plant Safety in Ukraine “Far from Resolved” Posted on May 11, 2022 by djysrv IAEA – Nuclear Plant Safety in Ukraine “Far from Resolved” Risks of Cyberattack On Ukraine Nuclear Plant Aired to EU Parliament Update on Westinghouse Presence in Ukraine IAEA – Nuclear Plant Safety in Ukraine “Far…

Oregon bakery blends pastry and PV with dual-axis solar project

By Billy Ludt Ashland, Oregon-based Stracker Solar was chosen to design and build a state-of-the-art solar installation for Franz Bakery’s new Outlet Store and Depot in Medford. The six dual-axis tracker installations in the parking lot will make the new location net-zero electric while accommodating possible future EV charging stations. “Franz is proud to support…

BP/Equinor awarded carbon storage licences

By Charley Rattan BP/Equinor awarded carbon storage licences Join CCS and Hydrogen Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Solar developer BlueWave acquired by Axium Infrastructure

By Renewable Energy World BlueWave, a Boston-based solar and energy storage developer that specializes in dual-use projects, has been acquired by infrastructure investment management firm Axium Infrastructure. The purchase price was not disclosed. Subscribe today to the all-new Factor This! podcast from Renewable Energy World. This podcast designed specifically for the solar industry launches May…

Sungrow unveils modular inverter for utility-scale solar PV plants

By Renewable Energy World Sungrow said it is now offering a modular inverter for utility-scale solar PV plants. The “1+X” Modular Inverter features a 1.1 MW single unit at minimum and may be expanded to 8.8 MW by combining eight units together. The plug-and-play function, Sungrow said, is intended to reduce maintenance time and allow…

NRG Systems adopts ZX Lidars’ latest wind profile measurement tool

By WPED Staff NRG Systems, a designer and manufacturer of smart technologies for the wind, solar and meteorological industries, has added ZX Lidars’ ZX TM Lidar to its remote sensing portfolio. Credit: NRG Systems ZX TM is a nacelle-mounted Lidar that uses continuous wave technology to measure the full shear and veer wind profile across…

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