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IKEA Home Deliveries to Be Fully Electric by 2025, CEO Says IKEA Home Deliveries to Be Fully Electric by 2025, CEO Says
LONDON — The CEO of the world's largest furniture retailer said on Monday that all of the company’s home deliveries... Read More
Youngkin Releases ‘All-of-the-Above’ State Energy Plan for Virginia

LYNCHBURG, Va. — Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin unveiled his “2022 Energy Plan” for the state on Monday, adopting an “all-of-the-above” approach that includes natural gas,... Read More

Solicitor General’s Input Sought on Climate Suits Against Energy Companies

WASHINGTON —The Supreme Court on Monday asked the solicitor general’s office to weigh in on a dispute over which courts — state or federal —... Read More

Detroit-Based Firm Increases Ownership Stake in Millennium Pipeline

DETROIT — DT Midstream, an owner, operator and developer of natural gas interstate and intrastate pipelines, announced Thursday that it is acquiring an additional 26.25%... Read More

US Set Solar Capacity Growth Record in 2nd Quarter

EDINBURGH, Scotland — The pro-renewable energy policies of the Biden-Harris administration helped the United States achieve its largest ever quarter-over-quarter growth in utility-scale solar capacity,... Read More

Landmark Bills Offer Decarbonization Funding but Cities Not Ready

WASHINGTON — The effort to mitigate climate change, reduce greenhouse gases, and decarbonize is a national priority of many countries, but since the transportation, building,... Read More

Disputes Linger in Congress About Biden’s Clean Energy Subsidies

WASHINGTON — After Hurricane Ian ravaged Florida with Category 4 winds, a House committee met Thursday to discuss how the recently enacted Inflation Reduction Act... Read More

National Grid Sees Clean Energy Future on Long Island

NEW YORK — Renewable energy developer National Grid kicked off Climate Week NYC 2022 last week by unveiling a proposal to develop and deliver utility-scale clean energy across the length... Read More

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Praises Diplomacy but Blames ‘Great Polluters’ for Climate Catastrophe Pakistani Foreign Minister Praises Diplomacy but Blames ‘Great Polluters’ for Climate Catastrophe

WASHINGTON — After what he called “encouraging” talks with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari dealt harsh chastisements and warnings for the United States at the Wilson Center on Tuesday morning. Despite saying he was... Read More

Pakistani Foreign Minister Praises Diplomacy but Blames ‘Great Polluters’ for Climate Catastrophe

WASHINGTON — After what he called “encouraging” talks with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari dealt harsh chastisements and warnings... Read More

New Joint Venture Formed to Develop Utility-Scale Solar Projects New Joint Venture Formed to Develop Utility-Scale Solar Projects

ARDMORE, Pa. — Prospect14, a renewable energy developer that sold off nearly 1 GW in assets in Virginia and Pennsylvania last year, has partnered with a new set of investors to build and operate utility-scale solar and solar-plus storage projects... Read More

New Joint Venture Formed to Develop Utility-Scale Solar Projects

ARDMORE, Pa. — Prospect14, a renewable energy developer that sold off nearly 1 GW in assets in Virginia and Pennsylvania last year, has partnered with... Read More

Newsom Signs California Community Solar Act Into Law Newsom Signs California Community Solar Act Into Law

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Gov. Gavin Newsom last week signed into a law a new program intended to help low-income communities reap the benefits of solar power. It has been estimated that nearly half of Californians who rent or have... Read More

Newsom Signs California Community Solar Act Into Law

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Gov. Gavin Newsom last week signed into a law a new program intended to help low-income communities reap the benefits of... Read More

Renewables Firm Closes Financing on 105 MW Montana PV Project Renewables Firm Closes Financing on 105 MW Montana PV Project

BOISE, Idaho — Renewable Energy developer Clēnera, a subsidiary of Enlight Renewable Energy, has closed a construction and tax equity financing round on a 105 MW utility-scale solar project in Beaverhead County, Montana. Bank of America, a leader in financing... Read More

Renewables Firm Closes Financing on 105 MW Montana PV Project

BOISE, Idaho — Renewable Energy developer Clēnera, a subsidiary of Enlight Renewable Energy, has closed a construction and tax equity financing round on a 105... Read More

People Trapped, 2.5M Without Power as Ian Drenches Florida

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Hurricane Ian left a path of destruction in southwest Florida, trapping people in flooded homes, cutting off... Read More

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Tiny Oregon Town Hosts First Wind-Solar-Battery 'Hybrid' Plant

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A renewable energy plant being commissioned in Oregon on Wednesday that combines solar power, wind power... Read More

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Hurricane Ian Strikes Cuba, Florida Braces for Cat 4 Damage

HAVANA (AP) — Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba on Tuesday as a major hurricane, with nothing to stop it... Read More

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Four Republicans Added to List of Clean Energy Champions
Four Republicans Added to List of Clean Energy Champions

WASHINGTON — Four Republican lawmakers, two from the Senate and two from the House, have been named “Clean Energy Champions” by the Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions. The honorees are Sens. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, and Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., and Reps....

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Four Republicans Added to List of Clean Energy Champions

WASHINGTON — Four Republican lawmakers, two from the Senate and two from the House, have been named “Clean Energy Champions” by the Citizens for Responsible... Read More

BOEM Publishes Oil and Gas Lease Sale Info in Federal Register
BOEM Publishes Oil and Gas Lease Sale Info in Federal Register

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has published a proposed notice of sale of leases set aside for oil and gas development in Cook Inlet, Alaska. In passing the Inflation Reduction Act this past summer, Congress directed...

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BOEM Publishes Oil and Gas Lease Sale Info in Federal Register

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has published a proposed notice of sale of leases set aside for oil and gas development... Read More

Administration Releases ‘Flight Plan’ for Sustainable Aviation Fuel Administration Releases ‘Flight Plan’ for Sustainable Aviation Fuel

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration has released a “flight plan” for how a number of federal departments and agencies will work together to create new technologies that will boost the production of sustainable aviation fuel on a commercial scale. Dubbed...

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Administration Releases ‘Flight Plan’ for Sustainable Aviation Fuel

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration has released a “flight plan” for how a number of federal departments and agencies will work together to create new... Read More

Senators Suggest More Incentives for Rechargeable Battery Development Senators Suggest More Incentives for Rechargeable Battery Development

WASHINGTON — If rechargeable batteries leading the switch away from gasoline-powered vehicles are impressive, electrical industry executives told a Senate panel Thursday they haven’t seen anything yet. They say they are developing new technologies that will generate more electricity than...

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Senators Suggest More Incentives for Rechargeable Battery Development

WASHINGTON — If rechargeable batteries leading the switch away from gasoline-powered vehicles are impressive, electrical industry executives told a Senate panel Thursday they haven’t seen... Read More

Monthly Subscription Services Offer Carbon Offsets to Individuals Monthly Subscription Services Offer Carbon Offsets to Individuals

WASHINGTON — Businesses aren’t alone in their efforts to offset carbon emissions; individuals also have the chance to balance their impact on the environment. And a growing crop of subscription services has popped up giving anyone the chance to contribute...

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Monthly Subscription Services Offer Carbon Offsets to Individuals

WASHINGTON — Businesses aren’t alone in their efforts to offset carbon emissions; individuals also have the chance to balance their impact on the environment. And... Read More

Agencies to Collectively Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions Agencies to Collectively Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions

WASHINGTON — Four federal agencies on Friday entered into a memorandum of understanding to work collectively to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector. The commitment by the departments of Energy, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development and the Environmental...

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Agencies to Collectively Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions

WASHINGTON — Four federal agencies on Friday entered into a memorandum of understanding to work collectively to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector.... Read More

US Sen. Warnock: Electric Car Tax Credit Needs 'Flexibility'

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock, D, Ga., urged the U.S. Treasury secretary Friday to use “maximum flexibility”... Read More

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Puerto Rico Struggles to Reach Areas Cut Off by Fiona

CAGUAS, Puerto Rico (AP) — Hurricane Fiona left hundreds of people stranded across Puerto Rico after smashing roads and bridges,... Read More

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Study Finds US Can Gain Durable Competitive Advantage by Investing in Clean Energy

WASHINGTON — Strategic investments in six key “clean” technologies could yield “massive and lasting benefit” for the U.S. economy by... Read More

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