All-electric homes in US increasing

All-electric homes in US increasing The amount of homes that consume electricity as the only source of energy to cover their needs has increased in 2020. That’s according to the most recent report by the Energy Info Administration (EIA) which implies that more than a quarter, an predicted 26 percent, of US households are all-electric.…
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Partnership on nuclear fuel recycling in the US

Partnership on nuclear fuel recycling in the US An announcement of attention and careful consideration has been signed between Curio and Energy Northwest on nuclear fuel recycling in the US. It is part of Curio’s plans to set out what it claims will be the 1st commercial nuclear fuel recycling facility in the US that…
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Shell will be the new operative of deepwater development

Shell will be the new operative of deepwater development Equinor has agreed to sell its 51 percent activity in the North Platte deepwater development project in the US Gulf of Mexico to Shell. It will contain 49 percent of its stake in the project but Shell will be the new operative of the field. Both…
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30-year solar program PPA with Georgia Power.

30-year solar program PPA with Georgia Power. A brand new 195.5MW solar program partnered with a 40MW battery storage system in Mitchell County in Georgia has now been booted up. RWE Renewables’ Hickory Park Solar project has more than 650k panels that cover an area of around 1,800 acres. It signed a 30-year power purchase…
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US programme forming regional direct air capture hubs

US programme forming regional direct air capture hubs The Biden Administration has launched a new $3.5 billion (£2.79bn) programme to authorize regional direct air capture hubs for large-scale removal of carbon dioxide in the US. The Regional Direct Air Capture Hubs programme, which intends to capture and store CO2 pollution directly from the air, will…
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Boston campaign focuses on climate change

Boston campaign focuses on climate change: A new campaign, in Boston, targeted on raising public awareness that will engage, educate & focus on the urgent concerns of climate change. The Boston Green Ribbon Commission (GRC) has teamed up with the City of Boston as well as almost 40 of Boston’s major cultural institutions to reveal…
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$225m US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law seeks design idea

$225m US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law seeks design idea: The US Department of Energy (DOE) is looking for views on the planning of President Joe Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s $225 million (£173m) in financing for enhanced fulfillment of building energy codes. The funding will support state agencies along with partners to advance the energy efficiency of…
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“unprecedented & largest ever” US oil reserves released

“unprecedented & largest ever” US oil reserves released: In an unprecedented event Joe Biden has ordered the release of US fuel reserves to help combat the exorbitant prices of today being cause by the Russo-Ukrain war. The plan is the largest release in history of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) of 1 million barrels a…
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US blames 4 Russians trying to hack energy infrastructure

US blames 4 Russians trying to hack energy infrastructure: The US has accused four Russian Government personnel who supposedly targeted firms affiliated with the energy sector in 135 countries. The violation is believed to have occurred in between 2012 & 2018. The US Department of Justice mentioned that the hackers’ actions have brought about 2…
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3 new California energy storage facilities get the go ahead

3 new California energy storage facilities get the go ahead: San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) has been permitted authorisation for the establishment of 3 new energy storage facilities by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). They will have a sum quantity of 161MW & supply the state with higher capacity to satisfy high energy…
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