It’s oftentimes when disaster strikes that human kindness shines. These acts of kindness are on full display in Houma, Louisiana where even after homes and the power grid were destroyed, people in need of assistance offered food and water to people who were there to help.
The joint report issued by FERC and NERC cited freezing and natural gas fuel supply issues as the two largest causes for the disaster.
Ohio utilities would set a goal of reducing energy waste by 0.5% a year, a more modest goal than the former 2% requirement.
The U.S. needs a grid of the future, now, to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and continue the rapid deployment of renewable energy assets, according to developers and industry experts.
Siemens Energy announced that U.S. power and energy infrastructure owner, LS Power, will be getting four of its static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) systems at substations in California.
Ford Motor Co. is investing $50M in an upstart EV battery recycling company as the automaker moves to shore up its U.S. battery supply chain.
Even though a recent New York Times article attempted to pit large-scale renewable energy development against distributed renewable energy development, clean energy insiders know that both avenues are being pursued and will be needed in order to deliver a future powered by renewable energy.
The proposals from major utilities National Grid and Eversource, submitted to the state public utilities department over the summer, focus primarily on expanding and improving electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Entergy Corp. is responding to criticisms by New Orleans leaders and others in and outside the city with four potential options for the future of the utility in the wake of the grid devastation brought by Hurricane Ida.