Offshore Mooring Successfully Installed for DemoSATH Floating Wind Project

DemoSATH mooring, anchoring and quick connect solution is set for the 2 MW turbine that will be tested later this year and which will be the first floating turbine connected to the Spanish grid. In early May, Maersk Supply Service … Read More

Vienna Consulting Engineers Monitor, Analyze Gazelle Wind Power Pilot Project

Gazelle Wind Power, a floating offshore wind platform developer, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Vienna Consulting Engineers ZT GmbH (VCE), an independent consulting firm based in Austria, specializing in infrastructure design, construction phase management, environmental consulting, structural … Read More

Renewable Energy Generation Exceeded Nuclear in 2021

Electric power sector generation from renewable sources totaled 795 million MWh in the United States during 2021, surpassing nuclear generation, which totaled 778 million MWh, observes U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Natural gas remained the most prevalent source of energy … Read More

Hormel Moves Toward 100 Percent Renewable Energy Use Goal

Hormel Foods Corp. is matching 100% of its domestic energy use with renewable sourcing by the end of 2022. The renewable energy achievement is part of the company’s 20 By 30 Challenge, a set of 20 aggressive environmental and social … Read More

DOE’s Equity Action Plan Includes Clean Energy Program Investments

U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm In support of President Biden’s Executive Order to advance racial equity, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released its first-ever Equity Action Plan designed to ensure that the agency eliminates barriers to … Read More

Massachusetts’ Energy Wages Rank High, According to 2021 Clean Energy Report

Gov. Charlie Baker Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) 2021 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report highlights that over 101,000 clean energy workers are employed in the commonwealth as of December 2020, representing an increase of 68% since 2010. Additionally, in 2020, … Read More

NREL Releases New Report on Clean Energy Resource Possibilities in Mexico

Martin Keller (Photo by Dennis Schroeder / NREL) The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has released an in-depth report on the potential for clean energy development in Mexico. “The Mexico Clean Energy Report” concludes that, in … Read More

US Wind Commits to Environmental Research Partnership With UMCES

US Wind Inc. has declared $11 million in funding over 10 years to the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) for three research projects aimed at understanding the potential effects of offshore wind development on marine mammals, fish … Read More

Baleària exploring green hydrogen, biomethane as part of 2050 target

Spanish ferry operator Baleària has reiterated its commitment to cleaner energies as it aims to become carbon neutral by 2050. Photo: Baleària “Our goal is zero emissions in 2050. We are involved in projects linked to green hydrogen and renewable … Read More

ACP Releases Energy Transition Framework to Benefit Workers, Communities

Heather Zichal The American Clean Power Association (ACP), on behalf of its over 700 member companies, has released its Energy Transition for All initiative – an industry-wide framework to ensure that workers, communities and those historically left behind stand to … Read More