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Meet our new content director: Paul Gerke
An introduction to Paul Gerke, the new Content Director for GridTECH Forum and Renewable Energy World.
Commerce buys time to review solar module dumping claim
The U.S. Department of Commerce gave itself another 15 days to wrap up an initial review of a bid by a domestic solar manufacturer seeking tariffs to be imposed on module imports from four Asian countries. In a one-page statement dated March 10, Commerce said it needed more time to review and assess what it described as “novel and complex”
Renewable PPA prices continue to climb as supply tightens
North America’s most competitive renewable power purchase agreement (PPA) prices rose by 5.9% from 2021 Q3 to 2021 Q4, according to the latest price index series from LevelTen Energy.
EPRI reflects on the year gone by
The past 12 months have been positively electric for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). From working with the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a national EV charging infrastructure blueprint to speaking at COP26 about numerous EPRI-led decarbonization research initiatives, it has been a whirlwind of a year.
Looking through a gender lens can help guide climate investments
While the Cancun Agreements acknowledged that gender equality and the participation of women are important for all aspects of a climate change response, women remain underrepresented across the board.
New DOE office to help stand up clean energy projects
The Office is being created to help stand up projects in clean hydrogen, carbon capture, grid-scale energy storage, small modular reactors, and more.
How energy providers can prepare for summer heat with innovative solutions
States are pushing to use clean electricity to power vehicles and buildings to cut carbon, which will increase demand.
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