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FERC clarifies how it will treat carbon pricing in organized wholesale markets

Wholesale market rules incorporating a state-determined carbon price can fall within the Commission’s jurisdiction

Wind power experts expect wind energy costs to decline up to 35% by 2035

xperts anticipate cost reductions of 17%-35% by 2035 and 37%-49% by 2050, driven by bigger and more efficient turbines, lower capital and operating costs, and other advance...

Ocergy’s offshore floating wind solutions attract Series A equity funding

U.S.-based Ocergy announced it has secured investments from Moreld Ocean Wind (MOW) and Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV) to fund offshore floating wind solutions. The Seri...

Black & Veatch joins EPRI & GTI-led low carbon initiative

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm Black & Veatch has joined the Low Carbon Resources Initiative led by top energy research firms in the nation.

Tennessee sunshine to power Jack Daniel’s

TVA signed a long-term power purchase agreement with Silicon Ranch to build, own, and operate the solar facility just a few miles from the world-famous distillery in Moore ...

Data center using innovative technology to track renewable energy hour by hour

The innovative structure will source 100% renewable energy aimed at matching the hourly usage of all Iron Mountain facilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

33-MW of solar capacity installed across 10 projects in Portland, Oregon

Adapture Renewables will own and operate the portfolio and sell the generated electricity under a long-term power purchase agreement to Portland General Electric.

More electricity is generated in Georgia from biomass than in any state except California

Biomass may not be electricity fuel king in Georgia, but the state definitely is peachy keen on the resource.

ORPC, European partners to create new generation of marine energy turbines

ORPC Inc. and its subsidiary ORPC Ireland are partnering with a European consortium to create a new generation of marine renewable energy turbines that increase reliability...

Statkraft to build first windfarms in Chile

Norwegian renewable generation company Statkraft is to build its first windfarms in Chile. The 102 MW Torsa project comprises three windfarms totaling 19 turbines supplied ...


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International New Energy Summit 2021 20 - 21 May 2021Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

The International New Energy Summit (INES) aims to bring significant contribution to expand political, economic and other mutilateral cooperation in Mongoliaa’s initiative ...