Clean Energy Is Canceling Gas Plants
While COVID-19 has disrupted many aspects of the economy and daily life in 2020, the trend toward clean electricity is still going strong.
Why NextEra’s Green Hydrogen Pilot Is a Big Deal
In its recent quarterly results call, US power giant NextEra announced that its utility subsidiary Florida Power & Light (FPL) plans to build a 20 megawatt electrolyzer to produce hydrogen from water. If approved by regulators, the plant will run on power from otherwise curtailed solar and feed hydrogen to…
Puerto Rico’s Electricity System at a Crossroads
Puerto Rico’s electric system is at a crucial inflection point, with an opportunity to pivot from years of hardship—high energy costs, utility bankruptcy, the largest blackout in US history, and heavy pollution from a system 98 percent powered by fossil fuels—to a new vision that is clean, reliable, and resilient.
Twas a Busy December: Reflections on the Energy Transition
Twas a busy December, and all through the grid, Transformers were quietly buzzing amid The transition affecting the industry whole And spreading quite fast through each wire and pole. On the bulk power system and below the substation, Leaders moved quickly and drove innovation. Upstarts…