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5 fossil fuel industry myths about hydrogen

By Renewable Energy World Abbe Ramanan, Clean Energy Group Hydrogen continues to receive a lot of attention as a fuel source, particularly with the rollout of new federal incentives supporting cleaner forms of hydrogen production. We at Clean Energy Group have documented the many reasons why the glut of blue and green hydrogen projects being…

Offshore wind developer begins survey work in New York Bight

By Renewable Energy World Community Offshore Wind, a joint venture between RWE Renewables and National Grid, has launched its geophysical survey campaign to study seabed conditions within the project lease area and potential export cable corridors in the New York Bight. The data collected will help inform safe and responsible project design and engineering, identifying…

Here is an overview of the new EV tax credit for 2023

As of January 1, the tax credits for buying electric vehicles have undergone significant changes as a result of President Biden’s comprehensive climate legislation, which was signed into law in the previous year. These credits have existed for a while, but the recent overhaul represents a major shift.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full…

How to design a successful community solar program in California

By Renewable Energy World Contributed by Aaron Halimi, founder and CEO of Renewable Properties California just passed AB 2316 (Ward), a new community solar plus storage law that sets the stage for creating a viable community solar program for all Californians. But passing the law is only the first step. The next step is for…

Consumers Energy increases distributed generation limit from 2 to 4%

By Kelsey Misbrener On December 22, 2022, Consumers Energy filed a settlement agreement with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) in its 2022 rate case. As part of negotiations on the settlement, clean energy advocates Vote Solar, the Ecology Center and the Environmental Law and Policy Center obtained greater commitments from Consumers to renewable power…

Big Trouble in Little Interconnects

Interconnects—those sometimes nanometers-wide metal wires that link transistors into circuits on an IC—are in need of a major overhaul. And as chip fabs march toward the outer reaches of Moore’s Law, interconnects are also becoming the industry’s choke point. For some 20-25 years now, copper has been the metal of choice for interconnects.Brought to you…

Fusion Power Breakthrough…Really?

By [Energy Central] Barry Cinnamon Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have announced a fusion breakthrough using lasers. The future of clean, limitless energy according to Forbes! A game-changer for climate according to PBS! Using a laser and power plant system about the size of a sports stadium, the experiment generated a net power output…

Rhode Island Can & Must Phase Out Gas Cars

Rhode Island has led the nation in the electric sector, with the first offshore wind farm in the country off of Block Island and the groundbreaking law to reach 100% renewable electricity by 2033. Unfortunately, concerning the transportation sector, the state is lagging behind several states.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full Article Here…

Wind power won’t save us #GBR

By National Wind Watch The wind that wouldn’t blow Last Monday (12 December) the entire UK landmass was swathed in frost, courtesy of the “Troll from Trondheim”. So, we can’t blame the Russians, then, as we did when the “Beast from the East” arrived. On Sunday evening, wholesale electricity prices briefly surged to £2,585.50 per…

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