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May 21, 2024

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PSEG Sees New Market for Nuclear in AI, Data Centers
PSEG is looking to use excess capacity at its three South Jersey nuclear generators to provide clean energy for data centers and AI development projects, CEO Ralph LaRossa said in the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
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BNEF Summit: Oil, Gas Execs Argue for Key Role in Energy Transition
A series of presentations and panels at the BloombergNEF Summit provided a measure of the industry’s success in crafting a narrative based on a balanced and well-paced transition that includes cutting egregious emissions and scaling carbon capture and storage technologies. 
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BNEF Summit Focuses on Financing Energy Transition, Fast and Slow
Global investment in passenger electric vehicles was up 36% in 2023, investment in energy storage jumped 77%, and investment in carbon capture and storage nearly doubled.
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Calif. Senate Committee Passes Energy-related Bills
A California legislative committee has passed a raft of energy-related bills, including legislation focused on grid-enhancing technologies, hydrogen and data centers.
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Summit Attendees Receive Updates on NY Renewable Energy Efforts
Wind, storage, solar and hydrogen make advances and face challenges in New York state.
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Energy Department Offers $6 Billion for Industrial Decarbonization
The U.S. Department of Energy announced $6 billion in funding for 33 projects that are meant to help decarbonize difficult-to-abate, energy-intensive industries. 
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Counterflow: Hair (and Pants) on Fire

The Washington Post’s warning that “America is running out of power” lacks context and distracts us from the real work at hand, says columnist Steve Huntoon.

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DOE Announces $750M in Clean Hydrogen Funding
The DOE's funding announcement is part of the administration’s effort on clean hydrogen, seen as an emerging technology that offers the U.S. an opportunity to lead the global market.
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Caltrans Signs $127M Deal for Hydrogen-powered Trains

The California agency is buying six hydrogen-powered passenger trains, building on an earlier order of four of the zero-emission vehicles from Stadler Rail.

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DOT to Fund EV Chargers in Remote, Disadvantaged Communities

The funding will put a total 7,500 EV chargers at locations, from multifamily housing developments in New Jersey and Maryland, to public libraries in California to remote villages like Haines, Alaska.


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