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Duke Energy | September 16, 2020
Duke University has become the first academic institution to execute a renewable power agreement under Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage (GSA) program – further expanding solar energy in North Carolina. Duke University will purchase about 101 megawatts (MW) of solar capacity from three solar facilities in North Carolina. The power generated will partially offset the university's energy usage. "The Green Source Advantage is an ideal fit for colleges and universities seeking ...
Daily Energy Insider | April 16, 2020
DTE Electric Co.’s revised integrated resource plan (IRP) gained the approval of the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) on Wednesday after the company integrated every recommendation the commission had previously made back in February. The IRP is DTE’s long-term strategy for providing reliable, cost-effective electric service to its customers over the next 15 years. The IRP is DTE’s long-term strategy for providing reliable, cost-effective electric service to its customers over the next 1...
Hydrogen Fuel News | March 26, 2020
The state is taking on a new challenge to gradually move away from fossil fuels to green energy.
Virginia has become the first among the Southern US states to take on a goal for 100 percent carbon-free electricity. State governor Ralph Northam, an Army veteran and pediatric neurologist, issued Executive Order 43. The executive order detailed the state’s plans to reach a zero CO2 energy goal by 2050. In September 2019, Northam also brought Virginia into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RG...
Economic Times | February 21, 2020
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday issued a suite of orders that will require subsidized energy storage and renewable power resource providers to meet a price floor in New York state's capacity market, making it harder for them to compete with fossil fuel plants. The move, which environmental groups said effectively bolsters fossil fuel generators by forcing renewable resource providers to pay a premium in the capacity market, follows a similar FERC order in December that appli...
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