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CAISO’s curtailment of solar and wind power is on the rise, and about three-quarters of curtailments so far this year have been from transmission congestion.
New reports by DNV and the EIA document the progress and challenges in the global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Green jobs may be growing, but the vast majority of fossil fuel extraction workers whose jobs are threatened by the energy transition will not fill them, according to a new paper.
Installed small-scale solar capacity increased by an estimated 6.4 GW in 2022 — a record amount, even amid supply chain constraints and rising costs.
The Energy Information Administration gave contrasting snapshots of the U.S. energy sector Tuesday: oil production approaching a new high and solar power installation soaring as well.
With fuel prices much lower than in 2022, record amounts of electricity are expected to be generated by burning natural gas in July and August 2023.
California's duck curve deepened to new levels this spring as solar capacity increased, at times exceeding demand, the Energy Information Administration said.
RTOs in the Northeast are experiencing diminished solar output and lower-than-expected loads as smoke from Canadian wildfires passes over the region.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported that domestic use of natural gas reached a six-year January low this year.
A report released by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns of potential climate catastrophe by the 2030s if GHGs aren't slashed immediately.
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