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Sempra, NREL extend collaboration toward net-zero carbon energy future

Southern California-based utility holding company Sempra Energy will further its longtime partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to advance future net-zero energy systems. Sempra...

New law requires ERCOT reforms, Texas power plant weatherization in wake of Uri

Legislation intended to ensure that the Texas power generation system does not have another meltdown as it did this winter was signed by Gov....

Arizona regulators revamp, approve energy rule aimed at carbon-free by 2070

PHOENIX (AP) - A 3-2 vote by the Arizona Corporation Commission moves the state toward boosting the renewable energy requirement for state-regulated utilities but under a slower timetable...

Enlit Europe webinar: Future of European energy markets

Webinar broadcast: Monday, 14 June 2021 08h00 New York | 12h00 GMT | 13h00 London | 14h00 Amsterdam | 14h00 Johannesburg | 1h30 New Delhi |...

Green Hydrogen Coalition details scale-up of hydrogen market pricing target for Los Angeles

A coalition which includes Mitsubishi Power, Southern California Gas and other utilities is launching a hydrogen market initiative aimed at achieved green H2 procurement...

Accelerated timeline: SMUD announces 2030 zero carbon plan

The Sacramento (Calif.) Municipal Utility District's board of directors approved what the utility is calling the most ambitious carbon reduction plan by any large...

IEA Road Map to Net Zero: $5T needed annually to fund clean energy transition,...

Destination 2050 is the road desired by many nations around the world – but the pace on the highway to net-zero carbon emissions right...

Duke Energy downplays investor’s recommendation to split into three utilities

One of Duke Energy’s top shareholders is urging one of the nation’s largest utility to consider splitting itself into three different companies. Elliott Investment Management...

Xcel COO Frenzel succeeding Fowke as CEO in August

Ben Fowke, who guided Xcel Energy toward its aggressive decarbonization and modernization goals for the past decade, will step down as the utility’s CEO...

Potomac Edison gets OK for two energy storage pilots in Maryland

A Maryland utility has gained state regulator approval to install two battery energy storage systems. Potomac Edison will locate the energy storage projects in Allegany...

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