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US Could Usher Over 90 GW Wind Installations By 2028: US Wind Watch

A latest study release entitled, the ‘US Wind Watch’, has been released by Wood Mackenzie and  the American Clean Power Association. The report reflects on the surge in offshore wind projects, the revival of onshore markets, and the booming repowering sector. Estimates on Wind Installations  The study estimates more than 90 GW of wind energy […]

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India, US Teams Meet To Launch RE Technology Action Platform (RETAP)

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the US Department of Energy held a meeting recently in New Delhi to launch the new US-India Renewable Energy Technology Action Platform (RETAP) under the Strategic Clean Energy Partnership. RETAP was announced during the June 22, 2023 meeting in Washington between US President Joseph R Biden and […]

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KBC Energy Solutions Gets $121 Million Contract from US Department of Energy

KBC Energy Solutions has been awarded a contract from the US Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) for the execution of support services. KBC said that the contract is for five years and initially valued at $121 million. NETL says it has a mission to drive innovation and deliver solutions for an environmentally […]

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Revolutionizing Solar Energy Integration: The MARS Project and Electric Grids

A new era of energy systems dominated by green and renewable solar power is approaching. As the transition comes to fruition, it’s important to understand the type of current the grids use – Alternating Current (AC) – and to ensure solar integration without much hassle. Despite its benefits, solar energy involves a complex and lengthy […]

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$26M Investment In RE Grid Demonstration Projects By Biden Administration

US President Joe Biden has announced a US $26M investment to demonstrate that the US electricity grid can be run fully on renewables and energy storage. The program will investigate how renewable energy can sustain grid dependability and allow it to stay connected during disturbances or reboot it in the event of a shutdown through […]

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Nel ASA Gets Its Largest Order Worth 200 MW Of Alkaline Electrolyser

Dedicated hydrogen energy global major Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser AS has revealed that receiving its largest-ever purchase order from a US customer. The order is worth 200 MW of alkaline electrolyser equipment for industrial application. Nel is a subsidiary of Nel ASA and has not disclosed the name of the customer. The official statement of Nel […]

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Heat Pumps: One Of The Biggest And Least Understood Tools Against Climate Change

The world is tilted towards the notion of preventing the climate change. Climate change is mostly the result of anthropogenic activities and associated harmful Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. The use of fossil fuels to derive energy is the leading contributor toward emissions of GHGs. One of the major uses of energy is managing temperature – […]

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US Launches $8 Billion Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub Programme

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced through a Notice of Intent (NOI) that it will fund the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s $8 billion program to develop regional clean hydrogen hubs (H2Hubs) across America. According to the official statement of the department, H2Hubs will create networks of hydrogen producers, consumers, and local connective infrastructure to […]

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World’s Largest Green Hydrogen Project to Get $500m from US Govt

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that it has conditionally committed for up to $504 million in debt financing for the Advanced Clean Energy Storage Project which is expected to be the world’s largest industrial green hydrogen production and storage facility. The commitment is made to companies: Advanced Clean Energy Storage, Mitsubishi, Magnum […]

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