Daily Archives: October 13, 2022

Energy Insiders Podcast: Storage and the future of the grid

By Giles Parkinson & David Leitch The Smart Energy Council’s John Grimes shares his views on storage, the treatment of distributed energy, and the remaining policy bollards standing in the way of the switch to renewables. The post Energy Insiders Podcast: Storage and the future of the grid appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article…

Today’s Politics Are Tomorrow’s Climate Policies

By [Energy Central] Joel Stronberg Introduction—a bit about midterm congressional elections and sitting presidents The US is less than a month away from the 2022 midterm elections. In fact, mail-in balloting has already begun in some states, including Minnesota, Virginia, Illinois, and Michigan, and soon in other crucial states like Arizona, Ohio, and Georgia. Generally,…

Labour vows to treble solar power use during first term if elected

By Helena Horton Environment reporter Ed Miliband criticises Liz Truss’s ‘anti-green-energy dogma’ after plans to ban solar projects revealedLabour has criticised prime minister Liz Truss’s plan to ban solar power from most of England’s farmland and vowed to treble the renewable energy source in its first term.Ed Miliband, the shadow climate secretary, will visit a…

CEA report maps the latest global trends in solar panel manufacturing

By Kelly Pickerel Advisory firm Clean Energy Associates (CEA) has released its latest market intelligence report that reviews the status of solar panel manufacturing on a global scale. The full “Q2 2022 PV Supplier Market Intelligence Program Report (SMIP)” is available via subscription. Among the findings in this quarter’s report is the technology trend of…

Scottish Government backs offshore green hydrogen demonstration project

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) has been awarded £2.12m ($2.3m) by the Scottish Government to demonstrate the feasibility of repurposing existing oil and gas assets for offshore green hydrogen production. NZTC today (October 13) revealed the funding from Government’s Just Transition Fund (JTF) will support the delivery of its…

Trust farmers to make the right choices on solar projects | Letters

By Letters Farmers have long experience in balancing the needs of food and energy production, says Stuart Roberts. Plus letters from Mark Sullivan, Duncan Forbes and Peter CampionThe new environment secretary, Ranil Jayawardena, appears to believe that farmers and local communities are unable to make the right choices about which land should be used to…

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