Daily Archives: November 28, 2022

Not in this Text; disappointment at Cop 27

By [Energy Central] Paul Hobcraft The UK’s lead climate negotiator, the minister Alok Sharma, delivered a very telling speech at Cop27 revealing what some countries had tried to push through to an agreement. Sharma was the president of the Glasgow Cop in 2021, and he was clearly frustrated with the events of the last two…

Campgrounds Will Start Offering More Renewable Energy

By [Energy Central] Jane Marsh As the effects of climate change become more and more evident, people are looking for ways to switch to cleaner energy. Most of the focus has been on houses and commercial buildings, but what about other uses of electricity, such as camping? The outdoor activity that used to be about…

Battolyser | Hydrogen Innovation

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Hydrogen Innovation|Battolyser Battolyser Systems to build 1GW factory in the Port of Rotterdam To be in the M4H area of the port, the 14,000m2 production site is estimated to cost approximately €100m ($104.2m) and is hoped to offer 700 direct jobs once operational. The company says its Battolyser can produce…

Future power prices – free market (Brazil)

By [Energy Central] Rafael Herzberg Future power prices – free market (Brazil) The market is offering super attractive prices for the buyer. Both for incentivized and conventional energy. But… watch out. Note that the curve shows a gradual increase. The opportunity is set! Now it’s essentially the customers’ decision-making process to capture it – or…

Leeward Renewable lines up financing for two solar pv projects

By Renewable Energy World Dallas-based Leeward Renewable Energy said it closed around $420 million in construction-to-term financing from MUFG Bank Ltd. and a $195 million tax equity commitment from Wells Fargo for its Big Plain Solar Facility in London, Ohio and its Oak Trail Solar Facility near Moyock, North Carolina. MUFG served as the green…

Moss enrolls first participants in new Florida solar apprenticeship program

By Kelsey Misbrener This month, Moss Construction enrolled the first 20 participants in its innovative solar apprenticeship program that will train the future leaders of the booming utility-scale solar energy construction field. “The Moss Apprenticeship Program was developed in response to the labor needs facing our growing industry as well as to address the recently…

ComEd plans to test hyper-local BESS in outage-prone areas

By Renewable Energy World ComEd said it will explore battery energy storage system technology by evaluating the effectiveness of localized batteries to support around two dozen customers who live in Streator, Lostant, and Milledgeville, Ill. The tech demo will use batteries from Sunverge Energy Inc. and Mesa Technical Associates to support ongoing grid management. Equipment…

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