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Why now is the time to transition into utility scale solar

By David Sanchez The transition to utility scale solar is a significant environmental issue facing society today. Solar energy is one of the most environmentally friendly technologies available with an almost unlimited potential to reduce greenhouse gasses and lower the consumption of fossil fuels. The path to utility scale solar is discussed here by David…

Buzz around zinc ion batteries may be overstated, researchers say

By Renewable Energy World A recent study by Canadian and U.S.-based researchers suggests that zinc-ion battery chemistry for grid-scale energy storage may face more challenges than is widely believed. Aqueous zinc ion battery (AZIB) chemistry has been identified as a promising technology for grid storage based on its use of zinc, a key sustainable metal,…

Next Generation of LPO Financing

By [Energy Central] Jigar Shah LPO is excited to introduce the first installment of our “Next Generation of LPO Financing” illustrated poster series, highlighting the LPO technology sectors used in reporting our application activity every month (see: Energy.gov/LPO/MAAR). Inspired by the iconic Works Progress Administration (WPA) posters of the late 1930’s and early 1940’s, this…

Plan to Zero – Stop! Don’t Do That!

By [Energy Central] Doug Houseman Follow up to this previous piece published on Energy Central. Many things about the energy transition are foolish and driven not by science, but by feelings or politics. One of those is the public fight that occurs between supporters of various technology. Solar vs. wind vs. nuclear vs. anything else….

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…

Green hydrogen project powered by solar under development in California

By Billy Ludt Fusion Fuel and Electus Energy have entered a joint venture agreement to develop a large-scale green hydrogen project in Bakersfield, California. The proposed project is a roughly 75-MW solar-to-hydrogen facility using Fusion Fuel’s HEVO technology, capable of producing up to 9,300 tons of green hydrogen annually. The project would require an estimated…

Neue Runde im BMWK-Förderwettbewerb Energie-und Ressourceneffizienz

By Solarserver Unternehmen, die ihre CO2-Bilanz durch Investitionen in energie- und ressourcensparende Technologien verbessern möchten, können ab dem 1. Dezember 2022 wieder einen Förderantrag in der „Bundesförderung für Energie- und Ressourceneffizienz in der Wirtschaft – Förderwettbewerb“ stellen. Dann startet Runde 17. Foto: Duncan Andison / stock.adobe.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: RSS…

Climate tech takes on clean energy’s biggest headaches

By John Engel Follow @EngelsAngle Episode 27 of the Factor This! podcast features Robin Laine and James McWalter, two climate tech entrepreneurs aiming to solve some of clean energy’s biggest challenges. The episode will be available wherever you get your podcasts on Monday, Nov. 28. Clean energy is in broad agreement: The Inflation Reduction Act…

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