- Solar project helps to reclaim site of notorious Boston-area toxic waste case
- Connecticut losing ground on building emissions despite efficiency programs
- Weekly renewables M&A round-up (Sep 13-17)
- ReneSola, Eiffel JV adds first 200 MW of solar projects
- Dominion Energy proposes its largest expansion of solar and energy storage
- Solar, storage lead MISO’s record-setting interconnection queue
- CPS Energy, Hyundai, OCI Solar sign MOU to test storage pilot with recycled EV batteries
- Seeking solar power for all Puerto Rican homes
- Europe and North America to connect 7.9 million EV chargers by 2025
- France to add 3.7GW of solar capacity with €5.7bn aid
- The U.S. exported slightly more petroleum than it imported in the first half of 2021
- Hurricane Ida disrupted crude oil production and refining activity
- Hurricane Ida caused at least 1.2 million electricity customers to lose power
- Electric load in southern MISO fell as Hurricane Ida moved through Louisiana
- EIA releases plant-level U.S. biofuels production capacity data
- Feed-in Tariff (FIT): Annual Report 2019-20
- Recognised Guarantees of Origin 2020
- Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) retired for export (2019/20)
- Feed-in Tariff (FIT): Annual Report 2018-19
- Recognised Guarantees of Origin 2019
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