December 8, 2023


Ormat Technologies
Nevada Geothermal Auction Fetches $1M for BLM
As part of its efforts to lease land for renewable energy production, the Bureau of Land Management auctioned leases for 33 geothermal parcels in Nevada.
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Networked Geothermal Breaks Ground in Framingham
Eversource broke ground on the first utility-led networked geothermal demonstration, which should save energy and is being studied for future projects.
Massachusetts DEP
Mass. Stakeholders Debate the Scope of Clean Heat Standard
Massachusetts energy providers, consumers and climate advocates presented contrasting visions of what solutions should be included in a clean heat standard.
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Energy Leaders Debate the Future of New England’s Gas System
Panelists at NECPUC's 75th Symposium debated how fast natural gas infrastructure should be phased out to meet New England's decarbonization goals.
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Geothermal Heat Pump Industry Flush with Potential
Boosted by new tax credits and growing momentum toward decarbonizing buildings, the 2023 NY-GEO Conference was nearly standing-room only.
Sierra Club - Rio Grande Chapter
Climate Bills Largely Fail in New Mexico Session
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham vetoed large portions of a tax package, cutting out tax credits for EVs, energy storage systems and geothermal electricity production.
DTE Energy
Ann Arbor to Open Talks with DTE on Future of Natural Gas Use
Ann Arbor officials will begin negotiations with DTE Energy on a new gas franchise agreement aligned with the city’s 2030 carbon neutrality goal.
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California Governor Seeks Central Procurement Authority
California's governor has proposed legislation that could give the Department of Water Resources central procurement authority to ensure resource adequacy.
Business Wire
NV Energy IRP Looks to Reduce Reliance on Open Market
NV Energy has filed a proposal that would reduce Nevada's dependence on the open energy market through new geothermal, storage and a gas-fired peaker.
California CCAs Add 1.4 GW to Clean Energy Portfolios in 2021
The state's community choice aggregators expanded their long-term procurement of clean energy by 14%, including the addition of 119 MW of long-duration storage.

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