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The future of energy in the US could hinge on permitting reform and greater...

Energy powerhouses, Ernest Moniz and Lynn Good, talk politics, R&D, stakeholder engagement, transmission, EVs and a host of other topics around the future of energy in the US.

NYSERDA appoints Doreen Harris as President and CEO

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced Doreen M. Harris was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer at its board meeting this week. Ms. Harris was appointed Acting President and...

DLR provider LineVision secures $12.5 Million in Series B financing

LineVision’s V3 sensors collect real-time data on overhead power lines including line temperature, sag, horizontal motion, and anomalies.

Eversource promotes Nolan to President and CEO, Judge to become board chair

Eversource Energy today announced that Jim Judge, Chairman, President and COE, will become the company’s Executive Chairman of the Board and that Joe Nolan, Executive Vice President, Strategy, Customer and Corporate Relations, will be...

April is national lineman appreciation month

#ThankALineman this month for the contributions that these men and women make to protect public safety and keep power flowing.

California’s Pacific Gas & Electric charged in 2019 wildfire

A California prosecutor filed 33 criminal charges Tuesday accusing troubled Pacific Gas & Electric of inadvertently injuring six firefighters and endangering public health with smoke and ash in a 2019 fire blamed on its equipment.

Rhode Island lawmakers pass sweeping climate change bill

The bill also requires the Executive Climate Change Coordinating Council to draft plans to hit that goal and empowers citizens to sue the state after 2025 if the emissions goals aren’t met

Energy jobs are key to economic recovery from the pandemic

Energy workers are paid more, came back more quickly, and have greater growth opportunities than almost any other sector, new report finds.

Private infrastructure fund for clean hydrogen projects launched

The energy industry and many corporations believe the hydrogen economy needs to build scale at speed to become a key part of the net-zero global economy.

World adds record new renewable energy capacity in 2020

The world added more than 260 GW of renewable energy capacity last year, exceeding expansion in 2019 by close to 50%, despite the economic slowdown that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data...

RWE Renewables adding 40-MW / 80-MWh storage to its 200-MW solar project in Georgia

Wärtsilä’s auto-bidding solution “IntelliBidder” means that Hickory Park Solar will be able to provide Georgia Power a day-ahead firming solar plus storage profile.