Energy & Grid Management
The United States can deliver 90% clean, dependable, carbon-free electricity nationwide by 2035, at no extra cost to consumer bills and without the need for new fossil fuel plants, but without urgent policy support, the sector's potential to become fully decarbonised as soon as 2045 is at dire risk.
Policy & Regulation
Arizona Public Service has announced its goal to deliver 100% clean, carbon-free electricity to its customers by 2050.
US Senator for the state of Virginia Jeremy McPike and Delegate Mike Mullin have introduced the Clean Energy Choice Act, which will ensure that competitive suppliers continue to deliver renewable power to customers with strict oversight by the State Corporation Commission (SCC).
Marine Power Systems has been awarded more than £12 million of EU funding to further their wave-generation technology.
Wind energy company Orsted and grid operator Eversource have announced the development of an energy storage system under proposed offshore wind project Bay State...