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DOE Announces $7 Billion For America’s First Clean Hydrogen Hubs

Oct. 23, 2023
The seven hydrogen hubs, each receiving close to $1 billion in funding commitments, include the Mid-Atlantic, Appalachian, California, Gulf Coast, Heartland, Midwest, and Pacific...
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Grid Security

U.S. Tops in LNG Movement: Cyber Threats Could Bring It Down

Aug. 29, 2023
These bad actors already have been successful attacking U.S. energy infrastructure. This scenario is crucial for not only the American natural gas and LNG pipeline industries,...
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Distributed Energy Resources

How Will the U.S. Military Achieve Bold DER Goals?

July 20, 2023
The U.S. Army’s Climate Strategy announced last year included a pledge to add a microgrid at every one of its hundreds of installations by 2035.
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IEA: Solar Energy Investment Topping Fossil Fuels Worldwide in 2023

June 2, 2023
A new report by the International Energy Agency estimates that investment in clean, carbon-reducing energy technologies will top $1.8 trillion around the world in 2023. Solar ...
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Clean Transport Study Forecasts Long-Haul Journey for Electrifying Truck Fleets

May 11, 2023
1.1 million zero-emission trucks and buses will be on the roads by 2030, if the ICCT forecast proves correct. Current BEV powertrains already achieve 13 miles per gallon of diesel...
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Utility Business

The Marathon and the Sprint: Advancing the Road to Net Zero at Two Deliberate Speeds

April 25, 2023
Many companies are falling behind the pace to meet energy transition goals, but Accenture's International Utilities and Energy Conference highlighted the multiple ways to move...

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A Tale of Two Customers: Reports Show Industrial Customers Aim for True Sustainability; Residential Segment Lags

March 22, 2023
Conflicting findings from two different reports by JD Power and consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers. Most larger customers are seeking carbon reduction strategies, while less...
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Energy Storage

The Energy Transition Sky is Not Falling

Feb. 20, 2023
'It is important to remember that time is ticking, and this decade is our chance to stand up and play our part in creating a net-zero future that ensures supplies are available...
Generation and Renewables

NRC Final Approval Moves NuScale's Nuclear SMR Design Closer to On-site Reality

Jan. 25, 2023
NuScale is the first small modular reactor design reviewed by the NRC. The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) near Idaho Falls hopes to have the first SMR module in operation by ...
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Sacramento Utility, EPRI Collaborating on Restoring Pollinator Habitats Under Solar Arrays

Dec. 16, 2022
The collaboration begins with restoration work on 20 acres at SMUD’s larger Rancho Seco project site in northern California. SMUD is the primary electricity provider for the state...
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Fusion Ignition: Lawrence Livermore Team Details Huge Step in Nuclear Energy Experiments

Dec. 13, 2022
The National Ignition Facilities team has been working on experiments around nuclear fusion for years. On Dec. 5, the LLNL team surpassed the fusion threshold by achieving 3.15...
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Energy Storage

Texas Commissioners Considering New Distribution Interconnection Standards for Battery Storage

April 4, 2022
With some 65 GW of solar and storage already in the interconnection queue, the TPUC is concerned about an unknown amount of BESS eventually linking into the distribution system...
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Russia's War on Ukraine and Global Impacts on Power, Gas, H2, Nuclear & Renewables

Feb. 28, 2022
T&D World sister brand EnergyTech gained a little time and larger insights with Jacob Shapiro, chief strategist of geopolitical commodities consulting firm Perch Perspectives....
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Utility Business

Global Executives Survey: The C&I Energy Transition is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Feb. 3, 2022
The report by Reuters Events and Deloitte gained insights by 2,800 executives, including those in the energy and industrial sectors.