The United States is awash in natural gas, enabling it to meet future corporate demand — if regulators allow companies to build pipelines, according to a study.
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by Amy Baxter | Nov 29, 2023
The company is setting its sights on geothermal energy, with the first project providing carbon-free energy to Google’s data centers in Nevada.
by Amy Baxter | Nov 27, 2023
The 5 megawatt project in Waynesboro is one of 12 solar facilities by Dimension under the state’s shared solar program.
by Kaleigh Harrison | Nov 10, 2023
While traditional energy sources grapple with sustainability concerns, nearly 90% of U.S. homeowners with solar panels are content with those installations.
by Amy Baxter | Oct 27, 2023
Overall, the United States is undertaking a big investment in its electric grid, with $3.5 billion in funding for 58 projects in 44 states.
by Ken Silverstein | Oct 18, 2023
Russian natural gas exports sent via pipeline will fall by 21 billion cubic meters this year — a six-fold drop from 2021 — according to the Russian state bank.
by Amy Baxter | Oct 13, 2023
While zero-carbon technology, including renewables and nuclear, will meet the bulk of new energy demand through 2050, the growth isn’t sufficient to decrease energy-related CO2 emissions in most cases.
by Sydney Leimbach | Oct 4, 2023
The report offers a framework for expanding the role of energy storage through proposed business models and grid optimization strategies.
by Sydney Leimbach | Sep 18, 2023
According to the report, the most viable strategies for decarbonizing the gas distribution industry are currently electrification and efficiency, especially by using heat pumps and deep hybrid electrification.
by Amy Baxter | Sep 18, 2023
By bringing both the RFP and PPA stages into one platform, the process is 80% faster than the typical procurement process, according to LevelTen.