Daily Archives: December 7, 2020

The Road to Net Zero: Decarbonizing Household Consumption

By Ahmad Faruqui The production of electricity from carbon-based fossil fuels releases greenhouse gas emissions. The consumption of energy from fossil fuels also releases greenhouse gas emissions. The Trump administration took no actions to promote decarbonization of either production or consumption. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The…

Energy Transition Efficiency

By Valery Matveev The Energy Transition (ET) efficiency for all mankind is the higher, the less its harmful impact to the environment, duration and cost, if the energy needs is satisfied.But the decisions and actions of the ET Initiators on the road to carbon neutrality in 2050 are aimed at increasing its cost-effectiveness by reducing…

A bright future for solar in Australia and APAC

By Press Release The Australian solar market continues to grow and is becoming increasingly important throughout the region; Mr Luke Lu, Vice President of LONGi Solar global, shares his insight into the future of solar in Australia and APAC. The post A bright future for solar in Australia and APAC appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read…

Southern California Edison Inks Another Massive Round of Utility-Scale Battery Contracts

By [email protected] Six months after inking California’s largest single energy storage procurement, utility Southern California Edison has added another three massive utility-scale battery projects to its portfolio—plus a behind-the-meter battery project with Sunrun. Monday’s new contracts include 585 megawatts of lithium-ion batteries: NextEra Energy’s 325-MW Desert Peak project, Recurrent Energy’s 200-MW Crimson project, and 174…

A new report by the Global CCS Institute is available now!

By Dawid Hanak A new report by the Global CCS Institute is out, and the key message is clear. 💡We need CCUS to decarbonise energy-intensive industries, such as cement, iron, steel and chemical production industries.CCUS will also play a role in the decarbonising power industry, although I think it won’t be as substantial as that…

Ammonia as a marine fuel – DNV GL

By Charley Rattan Ammonia and shipping, Challenges and opportunities. The potential use of ammonia in shipping and other industries and considers what it would take for ammonia to be adopted at scale as a maritime fuel. Interested? Join me and over 750 companies and thought-leaders and the Ammonia and Hydrogen https://bit.ly/3lb7XRH professionals group. Ammonia and…..

OhmConnect Raises Infrastructure Funding for 550MW ‘Power Plant’ of Home Demand Flexibility

By [email protected] A $100 million investment in residential demand response is redefining what “infrastructure” can be. Infrastructure funds typically invest in tangible things, involving steel and concrete. More recently, they have ventured into new items, like distributed batteries in commercial real estate, as with Stem and AMS. But startup OhmConnect just closed a deal with…

550-MW virtual power plant could support California’s 5-GWh shortfall during blackouts

By Kelly Pickerel Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP) announced today a $100 million transaction as part of its new advanced power grid platform, Resilia, focused on making electric systems bidirectional, transactive and distributed. The transaction includes a $20 million investment in OhmConnect and an $80 million commitment to finance North America’s largest distributed clean power plant,…

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