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Tracking the Equity Outcome of Decarbonization

Tracking the Equity Outcome of Decarbonization

by Stephen Lacey
Grid Edge 1
A Wartime Plan for Electrifying America

A Wartime Plan for Electrifying America

This week on The Energy Gang: how do we win the decarbonization war?

by Stephen Lacey
Solar 0
How Cheap and Abundant Can Clean Power Get?

How Cheap and Abundant Can Clean Power Get?

This week on The Interchange: are the assumptions about using electricity to decarbonize realistic?

by Stephen Lacey
Utilities 0
What Are ‘Transformational’ Utilities Doing Right?

What Are ‘Transformational’ Utilities Doing Right?

This week on The Energy Gang: a look at what sets top-performing utilities apart.

by Stephen Lacey
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Finance & VC 1
Jigar Shah Has $40 Billion. What Will He Do With It?

Jigar Shah Has $40 Billion. What Will He Do With It?

This week on The Interchange: Jigar’s plan to accelerate climate tech with the power of government.

by Stephen Lacey
Grid Edge 0
Is America Halfway to a Zero-Carbon Grid?

Is America Halfway to a Zero-Carbon Grid?

This week on The Energy Gang: what the last 15 years of change means for the future.

by Stephen Lacey
Energy Storage 0
An Island’s Path to 100% Renewables
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An Island’s Path to 100% Renewables

In this special podcast from Wärtsilä, we look at how the island of Graciosa transformed its grid.

by GTM Creative Strategies
Grid Edge 2
Unlocking Home Electrification With Heat Pumps

Unlocking Home Electrification With Heat Pumps

This week on The Energy Gang: the fastest and cheapest way to electrify our homes.

by Stephen Lacey
Energy 1
The Magnitude of 24/7 Zero-Carbon Energy

The Magnitude of 24/7 Zero-Carbon Energy

This week on The Interchange: the details of Google’s ambitions to transform energy and data centers.

by Stephen Lacey
Energy 1
Can California Move Fast Without Breaking Things?

Can California Move Fast Without Breaking Things?

This week on The Energy Gang: California’s rapid path toward decarbonization.

by Stephen Lacey
Energy 0
Why We Underestimate Clean Energy Cost Declines

Why We Underestimate Clean Energy Cost Declines

This week on The Interchange: will we get surprised again?

by Stephen Lacey
Utilities 0
What Does a ‘Climate Resilience Director’ Do?

What Does a ‘Climate Resilience Director’ Do?

This week on The Interchange: the person trying to make PG&E more resilient.

by Stephen Lacey
Energy Storage 29
Greentech Media Chronicled Clean Energy Before It Was Cool

Greentech Media Chronicled Clean Energy Before It Was Cool

The infancy of clean energy is over, and with it ends GTM. A new chapter beckons.

by Julian Spector
News 39
Greentech Media in action at the 2019 Solar Summit, one of our last live events before the pandemic put us all behind screens.

Greentech Media Bids Farewell

A 14-year run covering an energy industry transformed — and just getting started.

by Jeff St. John
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Shell hopes the battery-led ultra-fast charging pilot will lead to a wider rollout. The company wants to install 500,000 charging points by 2025. (Credit: Shell)

Shell Bets on Batteries for Ultra-Fast EV Charging

Shell and grid-equipment maker Alfen bet that VPP-connected batteries will be cheaper than grid reinforcements.

by John Parnell
Grid Edge 4
California's demand response industry isn't happy with state regulators' latest move to tap flexible loads to prevent future grid emergencies.

California’s Latest Demand-Side Emergency Plan Draws Criticism From Providers

Critics say the minor changes aren’t enough to help, and the expanded capacity rules could boost natural gas plants.

by Jeff St. John
Energy 1
Spain's prime minister and king join Volkswagen's chairman at the Seat factory targeted for a multibillion-euro government investment into electric vehicles and batteries. (Credit: Seat)

Spain Puts European Recovery Funds Into Electric Car Push

Battery manufacturing will be the first target for a post-COVID cash injection.

by Jason Deign
Grid Edge 14
Decade-old startup Mainspring Energy is moving into commercial deployment via a $150 million deal with NextEra Energy Solutions. (Credit: Mainspring Energy)

Mainspring Energy Lands $150M Deal To Deploy Its Linear Generators With NextEra

The startup’s fuel-flexible systems offer the low emissions of fuel cells with the affordability and flexibility of engines and microturbines.

by Jeff St. John
Energy 21
Jigar Shah sees a role for DOE to bring new clean technologies to bankability through the $40 billion loan programs office.

Jigar Shah’s Plan to Manage DOE’s $40B Loan Program

The solar PPA pioneer and “infrastructure-as-a-service” investor has been selected to revive the program that boosted Tesla and utility-scale renewables.

by Jeff St. John
Manufacturing 1
US Electric Component Manufacturing on the Rise
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US Electric Component Manufacturing on the Rise

Manufacturing of clean energy equipment – and electric components generally – is gaining traction in the U.S.

by GTM Creative Strategies
Grid Edge 23
Duke Energy's plan to build natural gas plants is being challenged by groups accusing the utility of misrepresenting data to undermine cleaner alternatives.

Duke Energy Faces Challenges to Its Push for New Natural Gas Plants

Critics cite flaws in the utility’s analysis of winter peaks and offer up solar, battery and efficiency alternatives.

by Jeff St. John
Energy Storage 3
This FlexGen storage system in Indiana provides blackstart capabilities for a utility. (Image credit: FlexGen)

Storage Integrator FlexGen Gains New Leadership at Crucial Time

The hardware and software specialist cracked the tricky Texas market and aims to expand.

by Julian Spector
Grid Edge 16
East Bay Community Energy is tapping OhmConnect's residential virtual power plant as a hedge against energy costs during the state's summer peaks.

Energy Hedging: A New Way to Make Demand Response Pay in California?

OhmConnect and East Bay Community Energy take a novel approach to capturing value from home energy flexibility.

by Jeff St. John
Grid Edge 2
From Brooklyn to the South Pacific, One Platform Finds Distributed Energy Opportunity Everywhere
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From Brooklyn to the South Pacific, One Platform Finds Distributed Energy Opportunity Everywhere

One platform is creating gigawatt-scale opportunities for DER growth and investment.

by GTM Creative Strategies
Grid Edge 4
Huge solar and wind growth is on the way. The grid operator is hoping not to hinder progress toward the 2060 net-zero target.

New Plans Reveal How China’s Grid Is Prepping for Net-Zero Carbon

Terawatts of renewables and the world’s largest EV charging network will play a role as China eyes peak carbon emissions by 2030.

by John Parnell