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Ultimate irony: Climate change forcing coal-fired comeback in many regions

Climate change is pegged as the disastrous result of emissions from coal-fired plants and other fossil-fuel emitters. Long-term studies seem to back this up as...

PE Exclusive by B&V’s Mario Azar: Turning Megawatts into Molecules: Reimagining the Energy Transition

By Mario Azar, president of Black & Veatch's global power business To reach net zero the quickest, the power industry needs to supply equitable access...

Oil and gas firm Talos Energy picked to operate offshore carbon capture, storage project

Houston oil and gas exploration firm Talos Energy and a partner have been awarded the lease on a planned carbon capture and storage project...

AP: TVA switching 1,200 service vehicles to EVs by 2030

By JONATHAN MATTISE Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The nation’s largest public utility plans to switch out 1,200 of its vehicles for electric ones...

You say you want an energy transition?: Well, we all want to see the...

By Helena Anderson and Roberto Castiglioni — Ikigai Group The Romans — who knew a few things about technology advancement — used to say "in...
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El Paso Electric seeking RFPs for renewables to serve New Mexico market

El Paso Electric is making an all-source request for proposal to acquire new short- and long-term generation and renewable energy for its New Mexico...

China reopening coal mines as electricity demand accelerates

Coal-fired power generation in China is bucking global trends and getting ready to get bigger. The nation’s National Development and Reform Commission last week announced...

Outside Op-Ed: Nuclear power’s benefits for climate change should outweigh the risks.

“Nuclear power plants are extremely effective at actually producing energy. They produce roughly twice as much power as coal and natural gas facilities and...

Power plant Clean Air rules: Reducing your risk from PSD lookbacks

By Robynn Andracsek, PE, Burns & McDonnell Congress last amended the Clean Air Act over 30 years ago. Since then, our nation has changed drastically:...

Exelon Utilities’ 2050 net-zero plan includes EV adoption, energy efficiency

The part of Exelon Corp. which oversees its customer-facing utilities is vowing to reduce operations-drive emissions 50 percent by 2030 and to net-zero 20...

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