May 21, 2024

renewable energy

White House Releases Climate Assessment, $6B for Resilience Projects
DOE is opening the second round of funding for its Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnership program, which will offer $3.9 billion from the IIJA for projects that will modernize the grid, increase capacity, and unlock renewable energy resources.
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Mood Anxious as Renewable Energy Industry Gathers in NY
The Alliance for Clean Energy New York convened its annual fall conference amid a turbulent period in New York's clean energy transition.
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NextEra’s Renewables Unit, FPL Key Performance
NextEra Energy says its renewables subsidiary had its best origination quarter in its history during the third quarter, adding about 3.25 GW to its backlog of projects.
NY Rejects Inflation Adjustment for Renewable Projects

New York rejects inflation adjustment requests for 90 planned wind and solar projects that total more than 12 GW of capacity and constitute much of the state’s contracted clean energy pipeline.

NextEra Energy
NextEra Energy Says Solar Supply Crunch Has Eased
NextEra Energy says conditions are favorable for its continuing development of renewable energy.
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Clean Energy Escapes Texas Legislature’s Wrath
With the 88th Texas Legislature’s regular session now over, the general consensus is that the clean energy industry fared better than recent gloomy predictions.
American Clean Power Association
ACP Finds Renewable Deployments Slowed in Q1
New renewable deployments were down in the first quarter this year as the industry continues to face headwinds, the American Clean Power Association said.
New England’s New Gen Giant Sees Future in Hydrogen, Not Renewables
JERA Americas, which just bought up a significant portion New England’s energy generation, doesn’t see its decarbonization future in renewables, its CEO said.
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MISO Members Say Speed Necessary to ‘Mind the Gap’
MISO members agreed that the future generation mix is arriving faster than previously thought during a “mind the gap” Advisory Committee discussion Dec. 7.
IEA: Solar Will be ‘No. 1 Source of Electricity’ Worldwide by 2027
Driven by global energy security concerns and new government support, renewable energy could see unprecedented growth in the next 5 years, according to IEA.

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