U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

After a bruising 2021, Wind Energy suppliers hope for a better 2022

2021 was a difficult year for the Wind energy industry.  Manufacturers were hit by rising costs, supply chain issues, and even low wind speeds. Heavyweights like General Electric (GE), Siemens, and Orsted, saw their profits dwindling in 2021. Impact on Businesses The impact on business in the wind energy  was best exemplified by Siemens Gamesa, […]

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U.S. to add 21.5GW Solar Capacity in 2022; Texas to Claim over 6GW: EIA

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) predicts that in 2022, 46.1 GW of new utility-scale electric generating capacity to be added to the country’s power grid in 2022, almost half of which is planned to come from solar, followed by natural gas at 21% and wind at 17%. Developers and power plant owners report planned […]

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EIA Cites New Battery Storage Applications as Usage Surges in The US

Battery storage applications have shifted as more batteries are added to the U.S. grid, finds the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The ability of utility-scale batteries to draw energy from the grid during certain periods and discharge it to the grid at other periods creates opportunities for electricity dispatch optimization strategies based on system or […]

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EDF Renewables NA Bags Three Solar Contracts From NYSERDA

San Diego-headquartered independent power producer EDF Renewables North America announced yesterday that the company was awarded long-term contracts for three solar projects by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) as part of the 2020 Renewable Energy Standard Solicitation. Combined, the projects are expected to deliver a total of 303 MW of clean […]

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