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E&E News: DOE rolls out competition for long-duration energy storage

Posted by David Iaconangelo on Nov 15, 2022

E&E News covered DOE's nearly $350 million for energy storage demonstrations, quoting Ryan Katofsky on the technology gap that needs to be filled. Read snippets below and the full article here.

The Energy Department launched a competition Monday for long-duration energy storage, offering $349 million for successful demonstrations of a technology widely seen as crucial to a carbon-free grid.

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Topics: United In The News, Ryan Katofsky

E&E News: 'Reeling.' 30% of Clean Energy Firms Cut Workers – Report

Posted by David Iaconangelo on Mar 27, 2020

E&E News covered industry impact of the economic decline on the advanced energy industry, including AEE's survey findings. Read excerpts below and the entire E&E News piece here. 

The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) and Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), which represent developers and a wide variety of organizations with an interest in clean energy, conducted separate surveys of their members and found widespread concern that developers could miss deadlines for claiming federal tax credits for renewable projects. As many as three-fourths of respondents told ACORE they expected at least some impact on their ability to qualify for credits, and 57% said the impact would be "significant."

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Topics: United In The News

E&E News: Florida Backs Nation's Largest Community Solar Plan

Posted by David Iaconangelo on Mar 4, 2020

E&E News covered Florida PSC's approval of FPL's SolarTogether, the largest utility customer solar program ("green tariff") in the nation quoting AEE's Dylan Reed. Read excerpts below and the entire E&E News piece here. 

The largest community solar program in the nation will go ahead in Florida, after regulators approved a $1.79 billion slate of projects yesterday from utility Florida Power & Light Co. SolarTogether, as the program is known, will bring 20 new solar farms online by the middle of next year, adding up to just under 1,500 megawatts. That will double the country's current amount of community solar capacity, according to FPL.

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Topics: United In The News