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by Amy Baxter | Dec 1, 2023
The E4S Alliance aims to create an adaptive smart electricity grid, and the new platform aims to modernize the energy grid by shifting it from a proprietary, closed-hardware architecture to an open, flexible, software-defined energy system.
by Sydney Leimbach | Nov 30, 2023
Two research projects have been commissioned to colocate future offshore wind energy and CCS development in the United Kingdom.
by Amy Baxter | Nov 30, 2023
AstraZeneca, GSK, Novo Nordisk, and Roche, are joining together in talks with China and India to improve sustainability in industry.
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 Sydney Leimbach | Nov 29, 2023
The funding will support seven projects, all of which are taking place in former coal communities across the country.
by Sydney Leimbach | Nov 28, 2023
The units are emissions free and can be used where power grid connections are impractical and where diesel generators are not an option, such as construction sites in remote locations or noise and pollution-sensitive cities as well as mining sites, data centers, or as emergency backup energy for hospitals and hotels.
by Amy Baxter | Nov 28, 2023
The tool has already helped a manufacturer in India fund capital expenditures to reduce Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions.
by Ken Silverstein | Nov 28, 2023
NuScale Power Corp. has come to symbolize the dawning of a new energy era — the emergence of small modular reactors. However, the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems and NuScale have mutually agreed to terminate the Carbon Free Power Project. Nuclear energy has...
by Sydney Leimbach | Nov 27, 2023
GE Vernova’s DC power systems, which incorporate renewable energy, will be used to power Next Hydrogen’s electrolyzers in the generation of green hydrogen.