LF Energy, along with Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc., announced today “Hyphae,” a microgrid initiative to automate the peer-to-peer distribution of renewable energy.
Telecommunications carrier Orange has signed a corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) with solar and wind power developer Engie in France to deliver a renewable energy supply solution in the country. This will involve creating new solar energy production capacities, supplying renewable energy to Orange for its own consumption and managing the production of all renewable electricity capacities.
Siemens Energy has signed an agreement with Canada-based TC Energy Corporation to commission a waste heat-to-power pilot installation in Alberta.
The cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline has significant implications for how energy projects are assessed and final investment decisions (FIDs) are made. Keystone XL illustrates that pipeline projects underway may not reach the finish line, driving energy companies to take a more in-depth look at the viability of projects moving forward.
While renewable energy credit (REC) pricing is currently strong across several New England states, developer interest in the region has grown, as have commitments to offshore wind in multiple states.
El Paso Electric is now using a gas turbine in an effort to promote clean energy and decarbonization.
The United States Department of Defense (DoD) will develop a new and innovative approach to energy management and analytics.
MetLife Investment Management, the institutional asset management business of MetLife, facilitated a $130 million investment in the senior secured private placement financing of Brookfield Renewable Partners’ Sidney A. Murray, Jr. Hydroelectric facility in Louisiana.
Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods, Inc., recently announced recently announced the completion of the first renewable natural gas (RNG) project through their joint venture, Align Renewable Natural Gas.
A citywide energy efficiency project was recently completed for the City of Virginia, Minnesota.
A team of UCLA, Caltech, and Ford Motor Company researchers has improved fuel-cell technologies to exceed the US Department of Energy targets.
The Department of Energy’s "Smart Energy Analytics Campaign" helped drive approximately 4 trillion BTUs of annual energy savings, reducing the campaign participants’ collective energy bills by $95 million a year.