Daily Archives: April 13, 2021

Video: New Ioniq’s electric power play

By Giles Parkinson The new Hyundai Ioniq will allow owners to plug in their laptops, tools, camping equipment and their entire house if need be. The post Video: New Ioniq’s electric power play appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Solar powered green ammonia plans in Pilbara submitted to state EPA

By Sophie Vorrath A solar powered, megawatt-scale hydrogen electrolyser plant to produce “green ammonia” in WA’s Pilbara region begin environmental approvals process. The post Solar powered green ammonia plans in Pilbara submitted to state EPA appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Proposed infrastructure bill would stimulate capital energy projects – By Mary Scott Nabers | 4.9.2021

By Mary Scott Nabers President Biden recently introduced a massive infrastructure bill designed to reshape the U.S. economy while addressing infrastructure reform. Biden’s stated goal is to achieve 100 percent carbon-free power by 2035.The proposal also includes $100 billion in funding to upgrade and strengthen the country’s electric grid system, which has been weakened by…

How Utility Companies Can Embrace Their Responsibility to Sustainability

By Jane Marsh Utility companies today find themselves in the middle of a shifting market. The demand for sustainability is rising, and it’s become clear that this is more than a passing trend. Utilities, which are traditionally responsible for a considerable portion of total emissions, face increasing pressure to become more eco-friendly.In 2019, the electric…

SPE Annual Caspian Technical Conference 2021 | 5-7 October, Baku, Azerbaijan

By Richard Green This year’s Caspian Technical Conference returns to Baku in Azerbaijan as we head into our 8th successful year. Join energy experts from the Caspian oil and gas industry along with international senior executives and technical experts, to discuss the latest technologies, new developments and first-hand insights in upstream oil and gas.Following our…

A Manufacturer’s Case for Electricity Infrastructure Investment

By Scott Graybeal Over the weekend, I was talking with a friend about the Biden administration’s proposed $2.3 trillion infrastructure bill. My friend, a pragmatist with strong ‘small government’ leanings was struggling with the rationale behind the massive infrastructure plan. In particular: why invest in electricity infrastructure—Texas power outage.. Click headline for full article Read…

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