Commentary: I’ve had it up to here. Fire the climate leaders now!

The Texas governor is calling for the resignation of Ercot leaders in the wake of the frigid temps and subsequent blackouts that ensued. Dangerous cold temps and no electricity are not a combination that anyone should have to endure. Well you know what? I think we should go higher. Let’s go above the head of […]

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How virtual power plants will help the UK meet its net zero targets

By pulling together the output of disparate power generating/using units such as small, decentralized power producers and on-site renewable sources such as wind and solar, VPPs are carving themselves a key role in bringing higher efficiency and more flexibility to the UK’s energy supply.

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From the CEO’s Desk Newsletter

By Ben Paulos Resilient home California is suffering its worst fire season ever, with over 4 million acres burned this year alone. In EBCE’s service area, PG&E is continuing to implement Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events, proactively shutting off power to thousands of customers to prevent accidental wildfires. While power shutoff events may reduce […]

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Four key considerations for the development of U.S. offshore wind projects

Recent Congressional action extends tax credits, reach of “Jones Act” by David Cole, Debra Duncan, Shay Kuperman, John Michael, and Danielle Patterson at Vinson & Elkins L.L.P. Today, the U.S. has one offshore wind project in commercial operation – the 30-megawatt Block Island Wind Farm off the coast of Rhode Island – but there are […]

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