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New Batteries to Brighten the Future of Solar

Posted by Morgan Burke on Mar 9, 2018 9:02:00 AM

To further research on energy storage and batteries, scientists at Berkeley Lab tested a theory from a German language academic journal dated 1928. The result? A new, higher-performing, environmentally cleaner, and affordable storage battery may soon be on the market.

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Topics: Storage, Innovation, DOE, future of solar, distributed energy

More Electric Vehicles, Massachusetts AG Proposes Important Investments

Posted by Morgan Burke on Feb 27, 2018 8:10:00 AM

Although the electric car was introduced over 100 years ago, only a fraction of cars sold to U.S. customers today are considered electric vehicles (EVs). Due to the environmental benefits of EVs, there has historically been some efforts to incentivize EV development. Now, Massachusetts's proportion of EVs may begin to climb due to a proposal set forth by Mass. Attorney General Maura Healey.

 

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Topics: policy, Massachusetts, incentives, clean energy, DOE

Solar and Natural Gas Industry Experts and Senators Urge FERC to Reject DOE’s Proposed Cost Recovery Rule

Posted by Rebecca Noyes on Oct 20, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Last Friday, the Department of Energy directed the Federal Energy Regulatory Committee to open a rulemaking proceeding to provide “full recovery of costs” for power plants that keep 90 days of fuel supplied onsite. DOE officials wrote that the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) would enhance the resilience of the nation’s electric system and “protect the American people from energy outages expected to result from the loss of this fuel-secure generation."

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Topics: American Solar, FERC, DOE, notice of proposed rule

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