Construction delays from COVID-19 have wind and…
Chapman and Kurt outlined EDP Renewables North America as developing, constructing, owning and operating wind farms and solar parks throughout North America.
EDPR is ranked fourth in the United States in installed wind capacity and produces enough energy to power approximately 2 million homes.
EDPR is trying to develop a wind farm in…Continue
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The state Division of Rate Counsel is seeking to block two utilities from spending hundreds of millions of ratepayer dollars on programs to build out the infrastructure needed to electrify the transportation sector.
In separate filings with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, division director Stefanie Brand is asking the agency to mostly dismiss proposals by Public Service Electric & Gas and Atlantic City Electric to invest $364 million and $42 million to build out charging…Continue
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Gibbs exposes the two-facedness of Bill McKibben, perhaps the most famous environmentalist in America. Gibbs shows McKibben, the founder of 350.org, extolling the use of wood to generate power, saying that the technology “can happen anywhere...and it must happen everywhere.” He later catches up with McKibben at a climate protest to ask him about the issue, but rather than address the…Continue
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Over the last 10 years, everyone from celebrity influencers including Elon Musk, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Al Gore, to major technology brands including Apple, have repeatedly claimed that renewables like solar panels and wind farms are less polluting than fossil fuels.
But a new documentary, “Planet of the Humans,” being released free to the public on YouTube today, the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, reveals that industrial wind farms, solar farms, biomass, and biofuels are wrecking…Continue
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"Have we environmentalists fallen for illusions, “green” illusions, that are anything but green, because we’re scared that this is the end—and we’ve pinned all our hopes on biomass, wind turbines, and electric cars? No amount of batteries are going to save us, warns director Jeff Gibbs (lifelong…Continue
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We Must Not Let Green Extremists Exploit the Corona Crisis
FERC Denies Rehearings on PJM Capacity Orders
Will China build more Coal to stimulate the economy?
Green New Deal goes viral, and fails
America must take steps now to sustain its energy dominance
Report: Nevada’s Renewable Energy Delusion
Fishermen seek delay in Gulf of Maine offshore wind planning
An open letter from Canada’s clean energy sector
To read these and other…Continue
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By Kim Riley | Daily Energy Insider | April 16, 2020 | dailyenergyinsider.com ~~
The New England Ratepayers Association (NERA) on April 14 filed a legal challenge with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)…
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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday rejected requests to reconsider its controversial orders that will upend the $10-billion-per-year capacity market of mid-Atlantic grid operator PJM by forcing state-subsidized renewable energy resources to bid at higher prices that could render them uncompetitive.
In Thursday's vote, FERC’s Republican majority rejected rehearing requests from states that say their clean energy goals will be undermined if renewables are forced to bid…Continue
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By Kirk Moore on April 16, 2020
Gulf of Maine fishermen this week asked three New England governors and federal officials for a six-month delay in planning for offshore wind energy development in those waters, as the seafood industry grapples with the upheaval of coronavirus.
In deeper waters of the gulf, wind power will be achieved only with the use of floating turbines. The extensive anchoring and cabling that would be required means “lease areas will become de facto closures…Continue
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HOULTON, Maine – If you’re working on new energy construction projects that are friendlier to the environment, how do you know where to build them so they won’t have a harmful impact on wildlife? That is a question that Sarah Haggerty and the Maine Audubon Society have been trying to answer.
Maine Audubon sees one of the most pressing concerns regarding climate change as the impact it has on wildlife and natural habitats. As climate zones shift due to the increase in overall warming…Continue
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“We’re thankful that Congress rolled out the Phase Three relief program because the nation’s economy needs strong action to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Kiernan said. “It’s unfortunate that we weren’t included in the package, and we’re beginning the process of reiterating our ask to be included in the Phase Four bill that will likely be drafted.”
Construction delays from COVID-19 have wind and…
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Dylan Voorhees is stepping down as as the climate and clean energy director for the Natural Resources Council of Maine, leaving the organization after 14 years to work at a clean energy nonprofit group in Maine........
Friday will be the last day at NRCM for Voorhees, whose new job will be with the nonprofit Vermont Energy Investment Corp. A search is underway for his successor.
Correction: This story was updated at 1 p.m. Friday April 3, 2020 to indicate that Voorhees is…Continue
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The secretary of state invalidated hundreds of signatures that were collected to force a referendum on a hydropower transmission corridor, but enough remained to get the measure on the ballot.
Maine election officials invalidated hundreds more signatures that were collected to force a referendum on a $1 billion hydropower transmission corridor, but there were still enough valid signatures to surpass the threshold for a statewide vote in November.
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