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Green hydrogen electricity is a waste of money and time, says columnist Steve Huntoon.
A new analysis of five forms of grid-scale energy storage finds that closed-loop pumped storage hydropower has the smallest climate impact.
The Department of Energy issued three reports on wind-generated electricity, projecting strong but not uniform growth for the nation’s onshore, offshore and distributed wind power sectors.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory has created a database of materials needed to manufacture wind and solar resources.
A National Renewable Energy Laboratory quantifies the impact of local setback rules on wind and solar development.
One report tracks state policies, the other, future need for EV chargers, but both find a patchwork of EV adoption and charger installation across the country.
Three recent reports note that while the U.S. offshore wind sector is growing rapidly, the ever-larger turbines being installed present technical and reliability challenges.
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West Coast states need to work together to achieve their floating offshore wind goals, speakers at this year's Pacific Offshore Wind Summit in Sacramento said.
The Department of Energy says it will fund eight projects to demonstrate how solar, wind, storage and other clean energy resources can support the grid.
ISO-NE draft 2023 Capacity, Energy, Loads, and Transmission report
ISO-NE’s revised load forecast sees slower growth in the next few years because of economic turbulence, followed by accelerating growth from electrification.
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