Daily Archives: September 27, 2022

Tips For Creating Your Perfect Data Strategy

By [Energy Central] Peter Bernard Any great business begins with strategy, whether you’re a large enterprise or a small, family-run company. In today’s world, any firm, no matter how large or little, in any industry requires a robust data plan. There are countless ways in which data science may benefit a firm. Nevertheless, if you…

EVs Early Fall 2022

By [Energy Central] John Benson There is a huge amount of new information coming out on the title-vehicles. Thus, I felt it was best to start and schedule this post before this trove requires a multivolume post. This paper will cover some additional clarifications to the Inflation Reduction Act tax credits for purchasing EVs, new…

The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation: The Hydrogen Factor

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation: The Hydrogen Factor Policy Considerations • Hydrogen is part of a much bigger energy transition picture, and its development and deployment strategies should not be pursued in isolation. • Setting the right priorities for hydrogen use will be essential for its rapid scale-up and…

Community solar groups partner with American Farmland Trust on sustainable development initiative

By Kelsey Misbrener American Farmland Trust, Edelen Renewables and Arcadia have announced a partnership called Farmers Powering Communities to combat climate change through solar energy development while protecting America’s farmland and ranchland for growing food, fuel and fiber. The partnership provides more farmers with the opportunity for a new revenue stream and brings renewable energy…

UNIQLO adds first U.S. solar installation in New Jersey

By Kelsey Misbrener Global retailer UNIQLO has unveiled its first solar rooftop in the U.S. with Luminace. The 3.4-MW solar project at UNIQLO’s new Phillipsburg, New Jersey, distribution facility was developed and is owned and operated by Luminace. “My Administration’s efforts to reach 100% clean energy by the year 2050 would not be possible without…

Introducing the Texas Power Podcast

By Doug Lewin Following energy and power news in Texas can be dizzying. In February 2021, widespread outages left hundreds dead, caused more than $100 billion in property damage, and inflicted untold psychological trauma on Texans. As a result, interest in “the grid” surged, even though the tragedy during Winter Storm Uri went far beyond…

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