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#WomenInSTEM Take The Lead At Fossil Energy – Dr. Jennifer Wilcox

Unfortunately, her high school did not offer certain courses required by four-year colleges, such as advanced math and foreign languages. But Dr. Wilcox became a math whiz on her own. “I taught myself calculus and how to study for AP exams because I was interested in applying to four-year colleges...
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Retail electricity provider Peninsula Clean Energy now offering 100% emission-free power

The 100-MW Mustang Two Whirlaway solar project is just one of many renewable energy projects that Peninsula Clean Energy purchases power from. Photo courtesy of Idemitsu Renewables Peninsula Clean Energy said it has begun providing 100 percent carbon-free electricity to all of its nearly 300,000 cus...
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CSI and Pineapple Energy merging to focus on residential DER market and VPPs

Communications Systems, Inc. (CSI), an IoT intelligent edge products and services company, announced that it entered into a definitive merger agreement with privately held Pineapple Energy, an operator and consolidator of residential solar, battery storage, and grid services solutions. Upon closing,...
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Evolugen and Gazifère announce hydrogen injection projects to be powered by hydro

Evolugen, the Canadian operating business of Brookfield Renewable, and Gazifère Inc., an Enbridge company, announced a green hydrogen project for injection into a natural gas distribution network in Quebec, Canada, to be powered by hydro. The Quebec-based companies, as part of a collaboration forme...
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New ‘decade that matters’ report shows shifting attitudes about renewables and climate change

Snip from the new BayWay.r.e. report “Decade that Matters.” Over the past ten years, vocabulary moved from ‘global warming’ to ‘climate change’ to ‘climate crisis.’ On March 1, BayWa r.e. launched its new “Decade That Matters” report, a deep dive into online climate discu...
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Mitsubishi gas turbine being developed to burn ammonia commercially by 2025

Mitsubishi Power is developing a 40-MW gas turbine that would be fueled 100 percent by ammonia. The Japan-based power equipment giant, which already is hard at work adapting its natural gas-fired turbines to burn hydrogen, now is aiming at another potential carbon-free power resource. The company h...
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