November 30, 2023

Department of Energy (DOE)

Muhammad Aziz, Takuya Oda, Takao Kashiwagi
Counterflow: Hydrogen Reality

Green hydrogen electricity is a waste of money and time, says columnist Steve Huntoon.

Controlled Thermal Resources
Climate Resilience Takes Center Stage at NARUC

California PUC President Alice Reynolds set the tone for the theme of climate resilience at the group's annual meeting with a story about the history of the Salton Sea.

Fusion Company Gets $500M Investment
Private investors poured an additional $500 million into a company that believes the fusion reactor it’s developing can achieve net electricity generation.
Biden Signs $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill
President Biden signed the $1.2 trillion, bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, drawing praise from across the energy sector.
Lithium-Ion Battery Megafactory
DOE Public-private Alliance to Build out U.S. Battery Supply Chain
The DOE wants to cut the cost of lithium-ion batteries, recharge EVs with a 300-mile range in 15 minutes and boost battery recycling — all in the next decade.
Rocky Mountain Power
‘Connected Communities’ Get $61M in DOE Funding
PacifiCorp will receive $6.42 million in Department of Energy funding for a “connected communities” pilot project in Utah, one of 10 projects nationwide.
DOE Panel Discusses Grid Operations Under Order 2222
Coordinating grid operations with DER aggregation as directed by Order 2222 demands a bottom-up approach to avoid wholesale market inefficiencies, experts said.
House Energy and Commerce Committee
House E&C Hearing Pits Offshore Wind Against High Energy Prices
Democrats at a House E&C Energy Subcommittee hearing focused on the offshore wind industry and its emerging domestic supply chain and jobs.
Robb, Granholm Push Modernization at GridSecCon
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and NERC CEO Jim Robb discussed the challenges of climate change and cybersecurity on the second day of GridSecCon 2021.
Dominion Energy
DOE: Atlantic Coast Needs Integrated Transmission Planning for OSW
Offshore wind is often mismatched with consumer demand for electricity; better transmission planning can help avoid curtailment, congestion, report says.

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