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3 OSW Proposals Submitted to NJ
One of the proposals contains a rebid of a project that already holds a New Jersey contract
NET Power
Startups: Market Will Move New Cleantech Regardless of Election Outcome
Questions from energy reporters at a USEA briefing on emerging cleantech shifted the focus to what will happen to U.S. energy policy if Donald Trump is re-elected president.
CPUC Refines EPIC Program Strategic Objectives for Decarbonization
The agency is working to focus the strategic objectives of its utility-funded Electric Program Investment Charge program to better support the state’s ambitious goals to decarbonize its economy.
Bill to Streamline Transmission Development Advances in Calif. Senate
California lawmakers have advanced a bill aimed at streamlining approval of transmission projects, but not before substantially stripping down the legislation.
Calif. Agency OKs Plan to Meet Ambitious Offshore Wind Goals
The California Energy Commission approved a strategic plan that details how the state can reach its goals of 5 GW of offshore wind power by 2030 and 25 GW by 2045.
Dominion Energy
Dominion Issues RFP for Small Modular Reactor at North Anna
Dominion Energy Virginia issued a request for proposals from developers to build a small modular reactor at its existing North Anna nuclear plant.
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Massachusetts Overhauls Municipal Aggregation Approval Process
The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities has expedited the state’s review process for municipal aggregation plans.
Northeast States Collaborative on Interregional Transmission
10 Northeastern States Sign MOU on Interregional Transmission Planning
Ten East Coast states signed a memorandum of understanding to set up a framework to coordinate interregional transmission planning and development.
Report: US Solar Panel Factories Still Will Need Imported Cells
The U.S. solar market may face major domestic supply chain gaps as it heads toward 2030, according to a report released ACORE and CEA.
Eric Haynes
ACP Predicts Strong US Offshore Wind Growth
A new report predicts the U.S. offshore wind buildout will fall short of President Biden’s 30-GW-by-2030 goal despite investment of a projected $65 billion over the next six years. 

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