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Demand Response Provider Asks Feds to Open States to Energy Market Competition

Demand Response Provider Asks Feds to Open States to Energy Market Competition Over the past half-decade, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has consistently won court battles upholding its authority over states to set the rules for how distributed energy resources can play in wholesale energy markets. Now FERC is being asked to put that authority … Continue reading Demand Response Provider Asks Feds to Open States to Energy Market Competition

Renewable energy and carbon capture in Mexico

Renewable energy and carbon capture in Mexico According to the 2019–2033 National Electric System Development Programme (PRODESEN 2019–2033), in 2018 renewable energy production in Mexico accounted for approximately 16.7 per cent of the total generation output countrywide (equal to 53,019GWh). Hydropower is still the main renewable energy resource (based on the fact that the Mexican … Continue reading Renewable energy and carbon capture in Mexico

Energy Journal: How can #Wyoming ‘s coal communities help fight climate change?

Energy Journal: How can Wyoming’s coal communities help fight climate change? Benji Backer is on a mission to make fighting climate change a cause Wyoming coal communities can feel a part of. The 22-year-old helps lead the American Conservation Coalition, a youth-led organization focused on propelling market-driven environmental solutions to save the planet. To make … Continue reading Energy Journal: How can #Wyoming ‘s coal communities help fight climate change?

#California community group contracts for 260MWh of batteries to help keep lights on in dark times

California community group contracts for 260MWh of batteries to help keep lights on in dark times A community choice energy provider run by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission in California has signed contracts for battery storage with EDF Renewables and NextEra Energy totalling 260MWh, to be deployed in combination with solar PV. San Francisco … Continue reading #California community group contracts for 260MWh of batteries to help keep lights on in dark times

Where’s the proof that nuclear power plants need a bailout? This Week in the CLE

Where’s the proof that nuclear power plants need a bailout? This Week in the CLE CLEVELAND, Ohio — How do Ohioans know Energy Harbor’s nuclear power plants need a $1.3 billion bailout? The company hasn’t said, and we’re talking about the lack of disclosure on This Week in the CLE. Editor Chris Quinn hosts our … Continue reading Where’s the proof that nuclear power plants need a bailout? This Week in the CLE

#EDF_Renewables PPA enables storage expansion on 100-MW California solar project

EDF Renewables PPA enables storage expansion on 100-MW California solar project EDF Renewables North America signed a storage contract with CleanPowerSF as an expansion to the previously announced 20-year solar power purchase agreement (PPA). The 100-MW Maverick 6 Solar Project will now be coupled with a 200-MWh battery storage system. The project is expected to … Continue reading #EDF_Renewables PPA enables storage expansion on 100-MW California solar project

#TVA developing its first battery storage project

TVA developing its first battery storage project The Tennessee Valley Authority has announced plans to build and operated its first grid-scale battery storage system in Tennessee, Kallanish Energy reports. The facility will be located in an industrial complex in Venore, Tennessee, about 35 miles southwest of Knoxville, it said in last week’s announcement. The project, … Continue reading #TVA developing its first battery storage project