Daily Archives: November 1, 2022

Longer lasting PV modules promise relief for solar supply chain

By Joshua S Hill New research suggests longer-lived PV modules may be key to reducing the amount of materials and manufacturing needed meet global demand for solar. The post Longer lasting PV modules promise relief for solar supply chain appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

October 2022 Monthly Application Activity Report

By [Energy Central] Jigar Shah October saw one of the largest month-to-month increases in requests for U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) loan and loan guarantee financing via LPO for innovative clean energy, advanced transportation, tribal energy, energy infrastructure reinvestment, and CO2 transportation infrastructure projects to date: https://lnkd.in/g6xx7iUu Here are the latest statistics on active.. Read…

Climate Politics

By [Energy Central] Ed Reid Originally posted here. The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary. H. L. Mencken The UN and the governments of several nations in western Europe,…

How accurate can lease-to-well production allocation be?

By [Energy Central] Enno Peters A seemingly simple question: how much did a Texas well produce? A question fundamental to oil & gas analytics, yet difficult to answer due to the problem of lease-to-well allocation. In contrast to most states in the US, operators in Texas report oil & gas production not on well level…

All-new fully-electric Volvo EX90 teased ahead of next week’s debut

By Blagojce Krivevski The new Volvo EX90 flagship SUV is designed to fulfil a purpose: to be an elegant, efficient fully electric family car, with a higher standard of safety than any Volvo car before it. But as Volvo’s in-house designers and generations of other Scandinavian designers have proved many times before, practicality and safety…

Major utilities form Southeast hydrogen hub coalition

By Kevin Clark A newly-formed coalition of some of the largest utilities in the U.S. will pursue a “six-state hydrogen hub” in the Southeast and plans to apply for funding from an $8 billion U.S. Department of Energy program. The coalition includes Dominion Energy, Duke Energy, Louisville Gas & Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company…

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