Ameren Unveils Largest-Ever Expansion of Wind Generation

Ameren Corp., a U.S. power company, has established a net-zero carbon emissions goal across all its operations in Missouri and Illinois – while also unveiling its largest-ever expansion of clean solar and wind generation. The clean energy expansion is included … Read More

House Passes Clean Economy Jobs Act, Seeks Approval from Senate

The House of Representatives has passed the Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act which includes legislation Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA) introduced to promote the development of renewable energy on public lands.  The Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act develops renewable … Read More

Whitmer Issues Executive Order, Directive to Combat Climate Change

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has signed Executive Order 2020-182 and Executive Directive 2020-10 to create the MI Healthy Climate Plan.  The governor’s plan will protect Michiganders’ public health and the environment and help develop new clean energy jobs by putting Michigan … Read More

DNG VL Incorporates WattTime’s Emissions Intelligence Software

DNV GL and WattTime have entered into a strategic partnership to incorporate WattTime’s emissions intelligence into DNV GL’s energy management and digital services expertise for renewables, storage and efficiency.  By combining data on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with energy efficiency, … Read More

New York Creates Office of Renewable Energy Siting

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced the availability of proposed regulations that would implement the Accelerated Renewable Energy Growth and Community Benefit Act.  The draft regulatory framework will dramatically speed up the siting and construction of major renewable energy projects … Read More

Rapid Development of Clean Energy Needed to Meet Global Climate Goals

A major effort to develop and deploy clean energy technologies worldwide is urgently needed to meet international energy and climate goals, particularly in order to reduce carbon emissions from areas beyond the power sector such as transport, buildings and industry, … Read More

IEEE, Utilities Collaborate on DER Interconnection Credentialing Program

IEEE, a technical professional organization, and the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) have unveiled the IEEE Std 1547-2018 Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Interconnection Commissioning: Education and Credentialing Program. The IEEE 1547 standard informs critical utility engineering and business practices for … Read More

DTE Energy Updates its MIGreenPower Renewables Plan

DTE Energy has updated its MIGreenPower voluntary renewables plan with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC).  If the MPSC approves this plan, DTE will significantly increase its generation capacity from renewables, ending 2022 with enough solar and wind energy capacity … Read More

EnerVenue Launches with $12 Million in Funding

EnerVenue, a company that specializes in metal-hydrogen batteries, has launched with $12 million in seed funding.  The investment enables EnerVenue to accelerate the development of its safe, maintenance-free and cost-efficient clean energy storage solution. Based on technology proven over decades … Read More

Wind, Solar Expected to Soar Over Coal This Decade

The 2020s will be crucial for all the participants in the power industry as the transition toward renewable energy is expected to increase, while coal takes a downturn in most developed markets, according to Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Growth … Read More