New Jersey

Approval granted for US’ largest-ever solar site – “8th largest in...

The US Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced have approved the construction of the $1 billion 690MW Gemini Solar Plant, the largest solar facility in US history.
virtual power plant

Exelon subsidiary selects partner for Maryland VPP project

Delmarva Power has partnered with Sunverge to implement a virtual power plant project on the Elk Neck peninsula in Cecil County in the US state of Maryland.
Trump cybersecurity

How industry can respond to Trump’s cybersecurity executive order

On the first of May, US President Trump declared a national emergency related to the cybersecurity of the country's bulk power system. He then gave the Secretary of Energy until 28 September 2020 to essentially come up with a set of rules pertaining to which equipment — from which countries — would be allowed on the bulk power system
Digital transformation

Top 3 focus areas for financial executives in 2020

Digital transformation, talent acquisition and capital preservation are the three main themes that are top of mind among financial executives in 2020.
Ascend Performance Materials

Siemens selected for upgrade project with Ascend Performance Materials

Siemens Gas and Power has been selected to provide three 33MW SGT-700 industrial gas turbines by Ascend Performance Materials.
Minnesota coal

Great River Energy announces coal closure, wind, storage future

Minnesota cooperative Great River Energy will shutter its North Dakota coal-fired power plant several years early, replacing it's coal plant with wind and storage.
microgrid COVID-19

US/Mexico border field hospital gets clean energy microgrid

Lithium-ion energy storage specialists SimpliPhi Power has partnered with non-profit Footprint Project to supply and deliver a clean energypowered microgrid field hospital for the Matamoros migrant camp in Mexico on the US border to power the camp’s first mobile medical ICU to treat COVID-19 patients.
TVA renewable energy

TVA first: Renewables outstrip coal thanks to weather, pandemic

For the first time in more than six decades, one of the US’ largest utilities, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) generated more power from renewables rather than coal over the first quarter of 2020.

Webinar 2 June: Private LTE communications empowering North Sea wind farm

Join this live discussion with Nokia and learn about the use cases and benefits a wind farm operator is realising with their private LTE/5G network.
President Trump

Supply chain cybersecurity – the focus of Trump’s executive order

Jim Cunningham, Director of Protect our Power said they could model it after a protocol already in place - the onus of responsibility for a secure product lies with the supplier.

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