June 16, 2024


EPRI: Clean Energy, Efficiency Can Meet AI, Data Center Power Demand
The burgeoning power demand from data centers and artificial intelligence can be met by other means than new natural gas-fired power plants, according to a new report from the Electric Power Research Institute.
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CARB Approves Clean Locomotives Regulation
The California Air Resources Board approved groundbreaking rules requiring passenger, freight and switcher locomotives to decarbonize in the next three decades.
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Hydrogen-burning Locomotive Focus of New Federal Research
Scientists and engineers from two national labs began a four-year project with locomotive maker Wabtec aimed at using hydrogen in diesel-electric train engines.
NRC Finds Cybersecurity Deficient at Davis-Besse
NRC ruled that the Davis-Besse nuclear plant in northwest Ohio violated cybersecurity rules and ordered owner Energy Harbor to develop new procedures.
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New Jersey Targets Port Cargo-handling Emissions
New Jersey is tackling carbon and other air pollution at its ports with new rules aimed at promoting the adoption of electric equipment for moving cargo.
Virginia Replacing Diesel School Buses with Low-Carbon Vehicles
Virginia will replace 83 diesel school buses with zero- or low-carbon vehicles, which will reduce the state’s GHG emissions by about 10,000 tons per year.

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