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Axios Generate: First look: Energy group expands its horizons

Posted by Ben Geman on Jan 3, 2023

Axios Generate spoke with Heather O'Neill about Advanced Energy United's rebrand and advocacy goals for 2023. Read the interview below and the full article here.  

A key advocacy group for low-carbon energy companies will today announce a rebranding and expansion into more states, Ben writes.

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Topics: AEE In The News, Heather O'Neill

Canary Media: Fixing the US power grid: A challenge for 2023 and beyond

Posted by Jeff St. John on Dec 29, 2022

Canary Media detailed the need to strengthen the country’s electricity system, quoting Amisha Rai on how the US can build out its energy infrastructure. Read snippets below and the full article here

The grid may be the weakest link in the chain connecting the U.S. to a clean energy future. 

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Topics: 21st Century Electricity System, AEE In The News, Amisha Rai

NPR: Major companies in Indiana, two cities ask utilities to create green tariff program

Posted by Rebecca Thiele on Dec 19, 2022

WFYI Indianapolis detailed major Indiana companies' ask to create a green tariff program, quoting Trish Demeter on the demand for renewable energy options. Read snippets below and the full article here.

Two Indiana cities and six major companies in the state want AES Indiana and Duke Energy to make it easier for them to get their power from renewables. That’s according to a letter sent Thursday from Indianapolis, Bloomington, Coca-Cola, Walmart, Salesforce, Cummins, Rivian and Roche.

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Topics: AEE In The News, Indiana, Trish Demeter

Indy Star: Major Indiana companies and cities call on utilities for more renewable energy options

Posted by Sarah Bowman on Dec 19, 2022

Indy Star featured a letter from Indiana’s major employers asking utilities for more clean energy offerings, quoting Caryl Auslander on the letter's asks. Read snippets below and the full story here.

Several of Indiana’s major employers and biggest cities are not happy with their energy options — they want more, and they want it cleaner.

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Topics: AEE In The News, Indiana, Caryl Auslander

RTO Insider: New York Climate Scoping Plan OK'd

Posted by Rich Heidorn Jr. and John Norris on Dec 19, 2022

RTO Insider detailed New York's decarbonization plan, quoting Angela Kent on how it will support local economies. Read snippets below and the full article here.

New York’s Climate Action Council approved its Scoping Plan for meeting the state’s decarbonization goals Monday, saying the plan will save the state more than $100 billion and create hundreds of thousands of jobs.

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Topics: State Policy, AEE In The News, New York, Angela Kent

Indianapolis Business Journal: Large Indiana cities and employers ask Duke, AES for more clean-energy options

Posted by IBJ Staff on Dec 15, 2022

IBJ outlined Indiana business' ask for more renewable energy options, citing Caryl Auslander on the demand for advanced energy. Read snippets below and the full story here.

A trade group that promotes clean energy, the cities of Indianapolis andBloomington, and several of the state’s largest employers on Thursday issued a formal request to the state’s two largest utilities, asking them to offer more options to large energy customers to receive their electricity from renewable energy.

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Topics: AEE In The News, Indiana, Caryl Auslander

Houston Chronicle: Battery boom begins in Texas, California, amid concern over power grid

Posted by James Osborne on Dec 12, 2022

Houston Chronicle detailed growing demand for battery storage projects, quoting Ryan Katofsky on why the technology is seeing such a high demand. Read snippets below and the full article here

Within three years, a surge of new large-scale battery projects is expected to come online on Texas and California's power grids, as developers seek to store electricity produced by those state’s sprawling wind and solar farms.

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Topics: 21st Century Electricity System, AEE In The News, Ryan Katofsky

Business Insider: Forget the F-150 Lightning and Hummer EV. Ford and GM's real battle is for electric delivery vans

Posted by Alexa St. John on Dec 11, 2022

Business Insider detailed the auto industry's pivot to electric, quoting Ryan Gallentine on changes in the commercial vehicle market. Read snippets below and the full article here.

As Ford and GM go head to head in the multi-billion-dollar pivot to electric propulsion, the balance of their rivalry may not hinge on high-profile rides like the F-150 Lightning and Hummer EV, but on the humble delivery van

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Topics: 21st Century Electricity System, AEE In The News, Ryan Gallentine

Phoenix Business Journal (Opinion): New State Leaders Should Maximize the Value of Arizona’s Sunshine

Posted by Shelby Stults on Dec 9, 2022

Phoenix Business Journal published Shelby Stults’ opinion piece on Governor-elect Katie Hobbs’ unprecedented opportunity to accelerate advanced energy growth in the state. Read snippets below and the full article here.

Katie Hobbs will take office as Governor with an enormous opportunity to lower energy costs and improve the landscape for clean energy businesses in Arizona. Arizona is projected to receive $11 billion for clean energy investments thanks to the federal Inflation Reduction Act and last year’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act — and these dollars have the potential to transform Arizona’s economy. The investments will create more than a million new jobs in Arizona and spark a whopping $162 billion in economic impact for the state, a 15-fold return on investment...

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Topics: State Policy, Federal Policy, AEE In The News, Manufacturing, Shelby Stults

Santa Fe New Mexican: Trade group study says regional power grid would save N.M. energy, money

Posted by Nicholas Gilmore on Dec 6, 2022

Santa Fe New Mexican featured our Western RTO economic impact report, citing a press briefing on the study results. Read snippets below and the full article here

A new economic impact study from the trade group Advanced Energy Economy estimates New Mexicans could save about $114 million in energy costs with the creation of a regional transmission organization that would encompass much of the western U.S.

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Topics: 21st Century Electricity System, Wholesale Markets, AEE In The News