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  • Former PUCO chair texted he knew FirstEnergy charge was likely unlawful, but company would keep money anyway 20/05/2022
    Texts about the $456 million charge may further undermine public confidence in the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. Former PUCO chair texted he knew FirstEnergy charge was likely unlawful, but company would keep money anyway is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like […]
  • As agencies seek more environmental justice data, longtime residents are skeptical 19/05/2022
    Environmental regulators hope these data-driven tools will help identify hotspots and drive environmental justice. Some activists, who’ve been fighting polluters for decades, are skeptical. As agencies seek more environmental justice data, longtime residents are skeptical is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like […]
  • Need a dose of climate optimism? Look to Charlottesville business collaborative 19/05/2022
    A Charlottesville business alliance is quickly progressing toward a goal of cutting carbon pollution by 45% by the end of 2025. Successes include energy audits and a family-owned fossil fuel distributor’s unlikely embrace of solar power. Need a dose of climate optimism? Look to Charlottesville business collaborative is an article from Energy News Network, a […]
  • Commentary: Climate plan builds on Michigan’s advanced energy progress 19/05/2022
    We need to implement the policies proposed by the plan so Michigan can fully realize the potential benefits of advanced energy, writes guest commentator Laura Sherman. Commentary: Climate plan builds on Michigan’s advanced energy progress is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like […]
  • Advocates say Duke Energy’s North Carolina climate plan relies too heavily on fossil fuels 17/05/2022
    Duke Energy's plan to meet North Carolina's climate law is met with skepticism; state regulators will have the final say. Advocates say Duke Energy’s North Carolina climate plan relies too heavily on fossil fuels is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to […]

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  • EV Surge Likely After Labor Wins In Australia 22/05/2022
    Yesterday (Saturday, May 21) witnessed a historic Labor Party win in Australian federal politics. For 10 years, the Liberal federal government has denied climate change science and slow-walked the transition to renewable energy. Yesterday’s historic defeat for this coalition will change all that and likely lead to an EV surge. The final result will be […]
  • In A Parallel Universe, Oil Companies Included In S&P 500 ESG Index While Tesla Kicked Out … Oh, Wait 22/05/2022
    In some weird parallel universe, Tesla was kicked out of the S&P 500 Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Index while oil companies were added to it. Oh, wait, we are in that parallel universe. CNN notes that both Exxon and Marathon Oil were added to the index at the same time that Tesla was removed. […]
  • Elon Musk: New Tesla Litigation Department Forming 22/05/2022
    Tesla is forming a new litigation department, CEO Elon Musk recently announced on Twitter. Tesla’s new litigation department will initiate and execute lawsuits, and the team will report directly to Elon Musk. He invited any applicants to send an email with three to five bullet points describing the evidence of their exceptional ability to a […]
  • Why We Can Send A Rover To Mars, But We Can’t Send An Electron From New York To California 21/05/2022
    Originally published by Union of Concerned Scientists, The Equation. By Mike Jacobs Space missions are a federal matter, but states determine energy policy and infrastructure decisions. Right now, states and the federal government have a choice that will define our country’s options for clean energy and planning the power grid for the challenges ahead. This choice […]
  • Capturing Light From Heat At Record 40% Efficiency, NREL Makes Big Strides In Thermophotovoltaics 21/05/2022
    NREL’s New Cell Exceeds Previous Efficiency Record by More Than 8 Percentage Points, Unlocking More Efficient Thermal Energy Storage Applications The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has a long history of building solar cells that capture light from the sun at record-setting efficiencies. But the sun is not the only light source from which photovoltaics can […]
  • Hyundai & Kia Plan Electric Car Ramp In Korea 21/05/2022
    Hyundai plans new EV factories in South Korea.
  • 3 Ways U.S. Cities Broke Clean Energy Records in 2021 21/05/2022
    As the latest IPCC report notes, cities will play a critical role in climate action over the next decade, and many challenges and opportunities for generating more clean electricity lie ahead. After remaining undaunted in their pursuit of renewables in 2020, U.S. cities, counties and tribal governments made 2021 another record-breaking year for renewable energy development in […]
  • The Metals Company Announces Successful Trial Of Its Riser Pipe & Jumper Hose 21/05/2022
    The Metals Company and Allseas have announced the successful deepwater commissioning of its riser pipe and jumper hose. These tools are designed to lift polymetallic nodules from the seafloor to the surface. The nodules typically fit inside the palm of your hand (they sent me one in 2020 as a sample back when they were […]
  • Charge While You Shop, For Free — In New Zealand 21/05/2022
    I used to love getting my Woolworths shopping docket — it had a voucher on it for 4 cents off a litre of petrol, 8 cents off if you used a Woolies-branded servo (gas station, for you Americans). Now, it is just a piece of paper, because I drive electric. Can’t wait until Australian supermarkets […]
  • Nissan Reveals Sakura, Mitsubishi eK X EV, Obi-Wan Kenobi Collaborates with VW ID.Buzz — EV News Today 21/05/2022
    Some love the smaller cars. Yes, it’s true. Well, today you will find more to love with two new, oh-so-affordable cars in Japan. Even with its size, the Sakura is said to have a spacious interior — more than one expects — as well as ample driving range. We all know that Nissan mastered that […]

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  • Trawsfynydd 22/05/2022
    THE UK Government has announced plans for a new nuclear power station in Snowdonia. Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the announcement in his speech to the Welsh Conservative party conference in Newtown on Friday. The site identified is Trawsfynydd – which was once home to another nuclear power station which closed in 1991. The plant, […]
  • Hinkley 22/05/2022
    Europe’s biggest building site is busier than ever, with more than 7,700 workers at Hinkley Point C in Somerset. By the end of 2022 it will rise to 8,500, despite an operating delay and increased costs just being announced. It’s brought jobs and prosperity to the South West but there are fears the huge project […]
  • Energy Strategy 22/05/2022
    Andrew Warrant: Energy policy is big news again. Initially, because fuel prices are rocketing, and set to rise even more this autumn. Plus the invasion of Ukraine has precipitated a determination to minimise the amount of gas and oil purchased in future from Russia. These two factors have prompted Prime Minister Boris Johnson to devise […]
  • Utilities 22/05/2022
    Power failures: what are the bosses of Britain’s bust energy firms doing now? For the coachloads of visitors lured to Fort Augustus on the southern shore of Loch Ness by the prospect of spotting the mythical marine monster, a collection of green shipping containers parked in a nearby field warrants barely a glance. But for […]
  • Energy Costs 22/05/2022
    It could get hot for Jonathan Brearley when he is quizzed by the business committee in parliament on Tuesday. Ofgem’s chief executive will be bracing himself for an onslaught as politicians — on behalf of their constituents — demand to know how the energy regulator plans to slash bills for consumers. Last week, Ofgem was […]
  • Nuclear Power 22/05/2022
    Dave Elliott: Nuclear power’s development has been both exciting and difficult, as well as controversial. In this new book, an updated and much expanded second edition of the 2017 text that I wrote for the Institute of Physics (IoP), I look first at the early history of nuclear innovation in the 1950s, when, growing out […]
  • Russian Uranium 22/05/2022
    Scramble to stop Russian uranium fuelling Britain’s nuclear power. EDF is using fuel bought before the Ukraine war at its Sizewell B power station. EDF is seeking alternatives to Russian uranium used at one of its largest UK power stations amid the growing fallout from the war on Ukraine. Its Sizewell B station on the […]
  • Windfall Tax 22/05/2022
    Cabinet ministers have lined up to warn Rishi Sunak off plans for a windfall tax on energy firms, insisting the move would damage the economy and have unintended consequences. In a highly unusual display of public dissent, Brandon Lewis, the Northern Ireland Secretary, and Sajid Javid, the Health Secretary, became the fifth and sixth Cabinet […]
  • Submarines 22/05/2022
    Nuclear submarines HMS Talent and Trenchant were decommissioned at Devonport Naval Base today – leaving only 5 attack submarines in Royal Navy service. The Royal Navy say here that HMS Triumph remains in service, but the Trafalgar class has been replaced by the seven state-of-the-art Astute-class submarines. UK Defence Journal 21st May 2022 read more »
  • Fukushima 22/05/2022
    UN Nuclear Agency Chief: Fukushima Transparency Important. The chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency has stressed the importance of transparency after visiting the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant, where he observed preparations for the release of treated radioactive wastewater that has prompted concerns inside and outside Japan. US News 20th May 2022 read more »

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