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Clean Energy Producers Are Eyeing Old Coal Plants—for the Wiring

Clean Energy Producers Are Eyeing Old Coal Plants—for the Wiring
(Bloomberg) -- As demand for clean energy surges, would-be developers are struggling to find enough transmission lines to carry power to the people. One increasingly popular solution: retired coal plants. Much as a special-purpose acquisition company offers entrepreneurs quick access to public markets, a retired power facility offers renewable energy Read more

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Clean Energy Producers Are Eyeing Old Coal Plants—for the Wiring
(Bloomberg) -- As demand for clean energy surges, would-be developers are struggling to find enough transmission lines to carry power to the people. One increasingly popular solution: retired Read more
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Risky Business: Effective Commodity Risk Management
The winter freeze that descended on Texas in February of 2021 and its impact on the Texas power grid is a stark reminder of how risk strategies can be challenged. For a deeper perspective on Read more
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BP Bolsters Clean Energy Push With U.S. Solar Deal
(Bloomberg) -- BP Plc made a big stride in reaching its low-carbon generation target with a brace of solar power deals unveiled Tuesday. The oil and gas giant agreed to buy 9 gigawatts of Read more
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Goodyear And Enovos To Build Luxembourg’s First Large Solar Carport
As part of its commitment to reduce CO2 emissions, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NASDAQ: GT) is working together with energy supplier Enovos to build two large solar power stations at Read more
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Gas Pumps Run Dry in U.S. South as Pipeline Shutdown Bites
(Bloomberg) -- Motorists across a broad swath of the U.S. East Coast and South are struggling to find gasoline and diesel as filling stations run dry amid the unprecedented pipeline disruption Read more
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Texas Ice Storm Showcases Importance of Energy Storage and Automation
It’s not often when the smart home solutions installed by integrators collide with major news-making events, but that’s exactly the scenario during the recently deadly storms in Texas. Indeed, in Read more

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What Makes for a ‘Cheap’ Flatbed Printer?
July 30, 2021
On previous episodes of Print Precision from DigiTech, we’ve covered a simple truth – quality is the cheapest thing you can offer your customers. There’s no substitute for a high-quality flatbed printer like the Read more
The Technical Aspects of In-Circuit Test Fixtures
July 30, 2021
Critical in-circuit test fixtures, or ICT fixtures, are no strangers to On Deck with Circuit Check. This show isn’t their first mention, but, for this episode, ICT fixtures got a more in-depth look for a better Read more
Strategic Accounts—A Role for Everyone
July 30, 2021
Service Logic’s Elizabeth Barber, Operations & Communications Manager, and Sarah Craver, Accounting Assistant, spoke with host Hilary Kennedy on the importance of everyone’s role in running Read more
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Clean Energy Producers Are Eyeing Old Coal Plants—for the Wiring
July 22, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- As demand for clean energy surges, would-be developers are struggling to find enough transmission lines to carry power to the people. One increasingly popular solution: retired coal plants. Much as a special-purpose acquisition company offers entrepreneurs quick access to public markets, a retired power facility offers renewable energy Read more
Risky Business: Effective Commodity Risk Management
July 6, 2021
The winter freeze that descended on Texas in February of 2021 and its impact on the Texas power grid is a stark reminder of how risk strategies can be challenged. For a deeper perspective on why enterprises need to effectively manage and mitigate commodity price risk before and after unforeseen chaotic events occur, three Opportune LLP thought leaders joined Read more
BP Bolsters Clean Energy Push With U.S. Solar Deal
June 2, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- BP Plc made a big stride in reaching its low-carbon generation target with a brace of solar power deals unveiled Tuesday. The oil and gas giant agreed to buy 9 gigawatts of solar projects in the U.S. from 7X Energy, London-based BP said in a statement. It’s joint venture Lightsource BP is also entering the Greek market with a 640-megawatt Read more
Goodyear And Enovos To Build Luxembourg’s First Large Solar Carport
May 17, 2021
As part of its commitment to reduce CO2 emissions, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NASDAQ: GT) is working together with energy supplier Enovos to build two large solar power stations at its testing facilities in Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg, which will provide clean energy for Luxembourg citizens. The first power station will be a photovoltaic carport Read more
Gas Pumps Run Dry in U.S. South as Pipeline Shutdown Bites
May 11, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Motorists across a broad swath of the U.S. East Coast and South are struggling to find gasoline and diesel as filling stations run dry amid the unprecedented pipeline disruption caused by a criminal hack. From Virginia to Louisiana, convenience stores and corner gas stations are turning away customers as tanks tap out amid panic buying. The Read more
Texas Ice Storm Showcases Importance of Energy Storage and Automation
April 9, 2021
It’s not often when the smart home solutions installed by integrators collide with major news-making events, but that’s exactly the scenario during the recently deadly storms in Texas. Indeed, in seemingly a moment’s notice energy storage and automation systems shifted from being home conveniences to vital and potentially life-saving applications. Somewhat Read more
3 Ways Energy Companies can Create a Positive Public Perception
March 22, 2021
Energy companies often have very limited strategies when it comes to managing their public perception. Usually it consists of a poorly managed social media account or a standard blog of self promoting news updates. And, if an energy company is running a social media marketing strategy at all, it’s often only a LinkedIn post or quick Twitter updates. Of course, Read more
Safari Energy Reaches 500th Commercial Solar Project
March 17, 2021
NEW YORK, March 11, 2021 – Leading solar developer Safari Energy announced that the company has developed or acquired its 500th commercial scale solar project. Spanning 24 states and Washington, D.C., Safari Energy’s projects have generated more than 618,000 megawatt-hours of electricity, or the equivalent of avoiding more than 437,000 metric tons of CO2 Read more
After Texas Crisis, Biden’s Climate Plan Hangs on Fragile Power Grid
February 25, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- The millions of people who struggled to keep warm in Texas, with blackouts crippling life inside a dominant energy hub, have laid bare the desperate state of U.S. electricity grids. To fix nationwide vulnerabilities, President Joe Biden will have to completely reimagine the American way of producing and transmitting electricity. Biden wants to  Read more