Tagged Tidal

2023 Kia Niro EV priced at $39,450

By Blagojce Krivevski Kia announced pricing for the all-new 2023 Niro EV, the second-generation crossover designed from the ground up to meet and exceed the expectations of electric vehicle consumers. Offered in Niro EV Wind and Niro EV Wave trim levels, the 2023 Niro EV features an MSRP of $39,450. Inside and out, the Niro…

‘Fishermen kept in dark about tidal wind power plants’

By National Wind Watch The former Moon Jae-in administration withheld a government-commissioned study that warned of damage to the fisheries industry from the planned construction of tidal wind power plants, a ruling party lawmaker said Monday. The study by the Korea Energy Agency in March of last year concluded that the initiative of the former…

Germany’s energy package sparks a wave of criticism in Europe

By [Energy Central] German Toro Ghio Why? …Once again, Berlin is now tempted to go it alone, as soaring gas and electricity prices are sending its economic and political decision-makers into a tailspin. Nothing is crystal clear in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipeline sabotage During the due diligence of the project, practically only…

Natural gas kept things cool as California baked

By Renewable Energy World Data source: California Independent System Operator Data analyzed by the Energy Department’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) show that California’s grid relied heavily on natural gas-fired generating resources during an early September heat wave. The share of electric power generated by nuclear, solar, wind, batteries, and other sources actually fell. An extreme…

Powering Energy Independence

The successful Springers family business is surfing the electric vehicle and renewable energy wave. While some traditional fuel companies bemoan possible job losses, others are evolving to meet demand, and Springers is helping.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles

Aggregating residential electricity customers decreases blackouts

By Rao Konidena Last week’s experience in California shows the impact of aggregated residential demand and the need to pay residential customers to reduce demand. California heat wave means high air conditioner usage leading to strain on the electric grid. Most state electricity policymakers focus on building more capacity or transmission to deliver that capacity…

Residential solar batteries helped California’s grid with peak power during heatwave

By Kelsey Misbrener This week’s record-breaking heat wave stressed California’s electric grid but, once again, distributed customer-sited batteries, charged by solar panels, helped keep the lights on. A new analysis by the California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA) shows that California had more than 80,000 customer-sited batteries connected to the electric grid capable of providing…

CalWave completes open-ocean test of its wave energy technology

By Elizabeth Ingram CalWave Power Technologies Inc. said it has concluded its open-ocean wave energy pilot after 10 months of operation off the coast of San Diego, Calif., reporting a more than 99% system uptime during the test. The project deployed in September 2021 and was supported by a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) award,…

This is your SolarWakeup for August 31st, 2022

By Solar wakeup Reuters: First Solar pledges big U.S. factory expansion thanks to climate law Los Angeles Times: SoCal’s worst heat wave of the year – What’s the timing, who will be hit hardest? Bloomberg: Negative Power Prices? Blame the US Grid for Stranding Renewable Energy Utility Dive: Inflation Reduction Act could shift EV battery…

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