Daily Archives: October 26, 2022

Innovative Wind Energy And An Old Tried And True Way To Keep Cool

By [Energy Central] Len Rosen Aeromine Technologies has developed a small form factor wind turbine that can be installed on rooftops along with solar panels to give a building 100% renewable and sustainable energy off or on the grid. Meanwhile, an invention called the NAVE, inspired by Bronze Age water coolers kept in Middle Eastern…

Energy Transition Conference: What Evolving Legal Frameworks Mean for Us and the U.S. Energy Grid

By [Energy Central] Lena Golze Desmond The United States’ energy system is in a period of increasingly rapid transition, bringing with it exciting opportunities as well as daunting challenges, from incentivizing emerging renewable energy sources like community solar and offshore wind generation to regulating breakthrough technologies such as hydrogen, carbon capture pipelines and infrastructure, and…

The Advanced Clean Fleets rule explained

By [Energy Central] EDF Energy Exchange By EDF Blogs By Lauren Navarro and Tom Cackette The Advanced Clean Fleets rule is a purchase requirement for medium and heavy-duty fleets to adopt an increasing percentage of zero-emission trucks. It will complement the previously adopted Advanced Clean Trucks regulation requiring manufacturers to sell ZEV trucks. Together the…

Why Natural Gas Prices Quadrupled In Two Years

By [Energy Central] Robert Rapier Following my previous article on U.S. natural gas production, I engaged in a Twitter discussion on the causes of the natural gas price surge over the past two years. I’m not so sure this article gets it right. The largest contributor to higher natural gas demand has been US power…

Leading Academic Economist Offers Optimism about Climate Change Policy

By [Energy Central] Robert Stavins Over the past three years, I’ve had the pleasure of engaging in podcast conversations with some truly outstanding scholars who have carried out important research in the realm of environment, energy, and resource economics, and recently was no exception, when my guest was Michael Greenstone, the Milton Friedman Distinguished Service…

First Solar books 2 GW module order from Swift Current Energy

By John Engel Follow @EngelsAngle Boston-based Swift Current Energy reached a supply agreement with First Solar for 2 GW of the Arizona-based manufacturer’s thin film solar modules in 2025 and 2026. Swift Current Energy CEO Eric Lammers said the deal provides the “certainty of supply” needed to execute his company’s growing project pipeline. “We’re focused…

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