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  • Hybrid resources: FERC looking at America’s next wave of opportunity for storage

    Aug 05, 2020 01:00 PM

    The transition to clean energy is exactly that: a transition. While we must bear in mind that electricity is only one (large) portion of energy demand, the transformation to a renewables-based future is happening extremely quickly, but there are still steps that need to be taken for the grid to fully take onboard their value and replace fossil fuels.

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  • Smart Grid Communications Market: Size,Share,Analysis,Regional Outlook and Forecast 2020-2027

    The global Smart Grid Communications market has been analyzed by the researchers for a definite forecast period of 2020 to 2027. This analysis was conducted with the objective of gaining insights in the functioning of the market and aid better, easier, and faster decision-making. This report includes a detailed study of various market segments, a regional analysis, competitive analysis, as well as various market dynamics impacting the growth trajectory of the market over the forecast period.

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  • Offshore wind report forecasts $1.7B of revenue from new federal lease auctions by 2022

    Aug 05, 2020 12:58 PM

    The U.S. offshore wind industry remains in its early stages, while European and Asian markets are more built out. With foreign markets positioned more aggressively, the U.S. needs to join in on the "global 'gold rush' for offshore wind," according to Burke.

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  • FERC, NERC white paper aims to help identify supply chain vendors to mitigate possible risks

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) on July 31 published a joint white paper to help the electric utilities identify specific vendors of components on their networks so that they can take any necessary action to mitigate potential risks to the bulk power system (BPS).

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  • NYPA takes ownership stake in project to rebuild transmission line

    Aug 05, 2020 12:53 PM

    The New York Power Authority (NYPA) Board of Trustees on July 28 approved a measure that would provide the Authority with a 37.5% ownership stake in a project with LS Power Grid New York to rebuild a transmission line from Marcy to New Scotland, N.Y.

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  • Realising the transition to green energy, through renewables and the vanadium redox flow battery

    As the world intensifies its efforts to adapt to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the pressing need to accelerate the transition to renewable energy cannot be ignored. Though life as we know it has been greatly impacted, life during and after this pandemic has placed more emphasis on the need for the world to be greener. Through the deployment of reliable large-scale energy storage batteries, a greener world is attainable.

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  • Map Shows Low-Impact Locations for Wind Power

    A global environmental group that works to protect land, water, and wildlife said states in what it considers the U.S. “wind belt” can develop wind power generation to meet renewable energy goals without presenting a significant risk to surrounding areas.

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  • Ditto urges congressional leadership to include direct aid in pandemic legislation

    American Public Power Association President and CEO Joy Ditto on July 24 sent a letter to congressional leaders in which she outlined APPA’s priorities for legislation responding to the COVID-19 pandemic including direct aid in the form of a forgivable loan for public power utilities that have been negatively impacted due to COVID-19.

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  • House to consider $1.4 trillion appropriations measure

    The House this week will take up consideration of a $1.367 trillion package that includes seven fiscal year (FY) 2021 spending bills, including the Energy and Water Development and Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bills. The House Rules Committee was scheduled to meet July 28 to draft a rule for debating the measure later this week.

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  • Trump to nominate Democratic, Republican appointees to FERC

    FERC has been operating with a 3-1 Republican majority since March. Commissioner James Danly was confirmed by the Senate on March 13, after President Trump indicated his intention to nominate Danly for one of the two open spots in October. ENR Chair Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, and Ranking Member Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., expressed frustration in March that the president had not put forward a Democratic nominee in addition to Danly, as is the tradition for nominations to the independent agency.​

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