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EIA: Solar and wind to lead U.S. generation growth for next two years
As a result of new solar projects coming online this year, the EIA forecasts that U.S. solar power generation will grow 75% from 163 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) in 2023 to 286 billion kWh in 2025. The administration expects that wind power generation will grow 11% from 430 billion kWh in 2023 to 476 billion kWh in 2025.
Statkraft announces plan to invest in Norwegian hydro and wind power
Statkraft is planning to invest up to €6 billion (US$6.6 billion) in upgrades to its Norwegian hydro and wind facilities and construction of onshore wind.
NREL scenarios project huge growth in solar/wind, lower emissions, more tax credits
The Standard Scenarios is one of several annually updated NREL products designed to support decision-makers in the U.S. electricity sector.
GE Vernova inks 2.4 GW order for Pattern Energy’s SunZia Wind project
GE Vernova has signed a new equipment and long-term services agreement with Pattern Energy to supply 674 3.6-154 wind turbines providing more than 2.4 GW of power at the SunZia Wind project in New Mexico.
Kentucky’s largest utility testing wind’s energy potential with state’s first utility-scale turbine
LG&E and KU expects Mercer County turbine to be fully operational by March
“Largest clean energy project in U.S. history” secures $11B in financing, starts full construction
Pattern Energy has closed $11 billion in financing and started full construction of SunZia, the largest clean energy project in U.S. history.
Spirit of giving is central to Cleveland-area company’s blades-to-benches business
Sustainable solutions to the wind industry’s growing numbers of old turbine blades call for marketing savvy, as well as creativity and engineering smarts.
PNNL warns wind & solar ‘energy droughts’ may last a week, but storage can help
PNNL researchers warn wind and solar energy droughts could last a week, but battery storage may help mitigate losses when demand is high….
Report: More than 38 GW of peak demand growth expected through 2028
A new report from Grid Strategies doubles the five-year load growth forecast over the past year….
IRENA and WMO report: Understanding climate variability is vital for transition
The International Renewable Energy Agency and World Meteorological Organization have released a joint report aiming to strengthen understanding of renewable ene…
From impassable terrains to impeccable installations: The intricacies of remote renewable infrastructure
The drive to create greater amounts of renewable power from onshore wind farms is creating a new set of challenges, especially as developments move to more remo…
Michigan could implement ambitious clean energy mandates and have carbon-free electricity by 2040
Michigan will join four other states in requiring utility providers to transition to 100% carbon-free energy generation by 2040 under legislation that will so…
The four pillars of effective clean energy messaging
The failures of traditional messaging around the climate crisis have contributed to hyper-polarization of the issue in the U.S., resulting in an inability t…
FERC partially accepts Arizona Public Service Company’s proposed interconnection queue reforms
The process will transition from a first come, first served cluster study process to a first ready, first served cluster study process….
Watch an Indiana wind farm get repowered
The project involved upgrading 40 turbines, including the installation of 120 individual blades and 40 new nacelles, and bp’s capital investment was around $100…
Renewables are cleaning the grid. They’re also messing it up
The race to decarbonize has brought on a new problem: In the absence of clear reliability standards, inverter-based resources are, in some instances, “misbeha…