#Renewable Energy

Middletown, CTMiddletown Press

Middletown launches clean energy initiative for residents' homes

MIDDLETOWN — The city’s Clean Energy Task Force and CHEER Middletown program have partnered with SustainableCT’s Matching Grant program and People’s Action for Clean Energy to provide residents energy-related programming. CHEER is a program helping local residents address health and safety barriers in their homes in order to facilitate energy...
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New Homeowner’s Guide To Solar Power

It’s no secret that solar power and other renewable resources have seen a spike in interest, as consumers begin to embrace the technology and local and national governments incentivize its growth. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the total capacity of residential installations in the U.S. has more...
Denton, TXunt.edu

UNT professor works on U.S. Department of Energy project moving toward carbon-negative manufacturing

DENTON (UNT), Texas — University of North Texas professor Shengqian Ma will spearhead the development of an industrial direct-air carbon dioxide capture module as part of a $2 million, three-year project for the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a prototype low-cost system for capturing carbon dioxide waste from manufacturing emissions and cleanly converting it into ethanol.
Bismarck, NDKFYR-TV

ND approves $520,000 in surveying sites for carbon capture

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - North Dakota’s state and industry leaders are putting tax dollars towards carbon capture technologies. Carbon capture has become a popular method of removing pollutants from power generation, by storing emissions in the ground. But first, the state is spending hundreds of thousands to see where it...
Energy Industryspglobal.com

FERC hears lively debate on state-level demand response bans

Third-party demand response aggregators are prohibited from participating in wholesale electricity markets in more than a dozen U.S. states. Public interest groups and clean energy advocates are urging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to eliminate a long-standing opt-out provision in its landmark demand response rule as states and grid operators seek to comply with a more recent regulation opening wholesale electricity markets to aggregations of distributed energy resources.
Energy Industrytechxplore.com

Research illuminates how energy costs vary nationwide

Costs for energy are borne unequally across the U.S. population. Argonne research is providing key data that can help inform decisions about which technologies can reduce disparities. Every U.S. household has at least one or two regular bills for energy, such as the monthly electric bill or spending for gasoline....
Energy Industryzycrypto.com

Energy Veteran Roy Phillips Joins Board of Advisors at Intelligent Mining (iM)

Roy Phillips, founder, and CEO of REP Energy, an electricity generating company, has joined the Board of Advisors at Intelligent Mining(iM) following a recent press release. Intelligent Mining (iM) is a platform responsible for providing environmentally responsible energy solutions which support efficient crypto mining operations. One of the major challenges...
Energy IndustryWashington Post

Iron-air batteries: Huge green-energy breakthrough, or just a lot of hype?

The most important news story of 1903 received modest coverage, and it wasn’t very accurate. Two brothers from Dayton, Ohio, conducted four machine-powered, heavier-than-air flights under human control on a single day in December. The Virginian-Pilot newspaper in Norfolk, not far from the Kitty Hawk, N.C., testing ground, ran an exaggerated account of the Wright Brothers’ triumph — but in Dayton, a hometown paper, refused to mention it. “Man will never fly,” a local editor harrumphed (perhaps apocryphally). “And if he does, he won’t be from Dayton.”
BusinessPV Tech

Asia’s largest carport powered by JinkoSolar

JinkoSolar has announced that its Cheetah monofacial series modules have been deployed at Asia’s largest carport facility. Located in northern India, the flagship project has an installed capacity of 20 MWp – the highest of any carport across Asia. The project was designed and delivered by JinkoSolar’s client KEC International...
Energy Industrynaturalgasintel.com

Tenaska, ARI and Chabina Join Navigator CO2 to Advance Heartland CCS Pipeline Project

Tenaska and two more companies plan to collaborate with Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC to advance a unique carbon sequestration system across five Midwest states. Navigator said it has contracts in hand with Tenaska, Advanced Resources International (ARI) and Chabina Energy Partners LLC to progress the carbon dioxide (CO2) storage pipeline, aka the Heartland Greenway System.
TV SeriesAsia Media

Program co-produced by UCLA storytelling lab wins local Emmy

An episode of the series “Earth Focus,” which is co-produced by UCLA’s Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies, or LENS, has won a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award. The episode, called “Coal Mining in South Africa,” explores issues related to environmental injustice, unemployment and poverty. It was honored in the information segment category.