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California set its first renewable portfolio standard in 2002 and currently requires 60 percent of its generation to come from… The post Biden’s “Clean Energy Standard” Will Increase Electricity ...
2. Plugged In Podcast #58: Travis Fisher on California’s Rolling Blackouts
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Travis Fisher, CEO of Electricity Consumers Resource Council, joins the show to discuss what is causing California’s rolling blackouts and… The post Plugged In Podcast #58: Travis Fisher on ...
3. Biden’s Electricity Plan Follows California’s Lead
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California prides itself on being at the forefront of the so-called energy transition, having set its first renewable portfolio standard… The post Biden’s Electricity Plan Follows California’s Lead ...
4. Texas Set to Capitalize on California’s Self-Made Electricity Problems
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While billboards in California might not literally bear the slogan “Move to Texas: We have electricity!”, the real-life contrast between… The post Texas Set to Capitalize on California’s Self-Made ...
California does it again. In 2001, California experienced rolling blackouts due to energy market manipulation by energy wholesalers and a… The post Renewable Mandates Are Leading to Electricity ...
Robert Bryce, a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, joins the show to discuss his new documentary Juice: How Electricity… The post Plugged In Podcast #53: Robert Bryce on Juice: How Electricity ...
... and 2021; Coal Loses Share in Electricity Markets appeared first on IER.  ...
8. Coronavirus Lowers U.S. Electricity Demand
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Oil is not alone in being hit by the “stay-at-home” policies of the coronavirus pandemic; electricity is also seeing a… The post Coronavirus Lowers U.S. Electricity Demand appeared first on IER. ...
9. Hospitals Need Reliable Energy to Keep Coronavirus Patients Alive
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Hospitals need electricity to operate medical equipment keeping people alive during the coronavirus outbreak, illuminate operating rooms for surgeons, sterilize… The post Hospitals Need Reliable ...
10. Negative Prices: How Green Electricity Destabilizes the Grid
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By Joakim Book, Guest Contributor — The views expressed by guest contributors are their own and not the view of… The post Negative Prices: How Green Electricity Destabilizes the Grid appeared first ...
11. New England and New York Have Almost Eliminated Coal-Fired Electricity
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The U.S. Northeast is phasing out its coal-fired power plants. Both New England and New York generated 15 percent of… The post New England and New York Have Almost Eliminated Coal-Fired Electricity ...
12. U.S. Coal-Fired Power Plants Continue to Retire
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In 2010, coal-generated 45 percent of the nation’s electricity with 317 gigawatts of coal-fired generating capacity—30 percent of the generating… The post U.S. Coal-Fired Power Plants Continue to ...
13. Toward more efficient computing, with magnetic waves
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Circuit design offers a path to “spintronic” devices that use little electricity and generate practically no heat. ...
14. Scientists have built a microbial fuel cell that runs without external power
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For the first time, scientists have built a microbial fuel cell that produces an electrical current without any external power, which means it's now possible to use bacteria that poop electricity as an ...
15. System provides cooling with no electricity
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Passive device relies on a layer of material that blocks incoming sunlight but lets heat radiate away.
16. California and New York Having Problems Delivering Energy
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Repeatedly this month in California, Pacific Gas & Electric has cut off electricity to more than a million subscribers due… The post California and New York Having Problems Delivering Energy ...
17. Wind Energy Is Behind A Historic Shift in US Electricity Production
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Wind generation has grown by more than 11 million megawatt-hours (MWh) in just a year in the huge ERCOT market of Texas.
18. Scientists have built a microbial fuel cell that runs without external power
(Feed Articles / NewsVine - Alternative Energy Feed)
For the first time, scientists have built a microbial fuel cell that produces an electrical current without any external power, which means it's now possible to use bacteria that poop electricity as an ...
19. Asian Countries Are Growing Their Economies With Coal
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As the United States is reducing its coal-fired electricity, Asian countries are increasing their generation from coal. In 2018, the… The post Asian Countries Are Growing Their Economies With Coal ...
20. Shift to renewable electricity a win-win at statewide level
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MIT research finds health savings from cleaner air exceed policy costs.
21. North Carolina Tries To Clean Up Its Electricity
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North Carolina's governor is promising to quickly cut greenhouse emissions but will need to convince Duke Energy, the state's dominant utility, to abandon coal and gas in favor of solar and wind.
22. #28: Mary J. Hutzler on the levlized cost of electricity
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Mary J. Hutzler, a Distinguished Senior Fellow at IER, discusses the recently released report on the levelized cost of electricity… The post #28: Mary J. Hutzler on the levlized cost of electricity ...
S&P Global reported last week that the IER and ACCCE study on the levelized costs of electricity from existing generation… The post IER/ACCCE Report’s ‘Imposed Costs’ Make Levelized Costs of ...
24. Existing Generating Resources Are Less Costly Than New Generating Resources
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The Institute for Energy Research (IER) and the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) released a report today that… The post Existing Generating Resources Are Less Costly Than New ...
25. The Levelized Cost of Electricity from Existing Generation Resources
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Read the full report. In this report, the authors analyze publicly available data to estimate the average levelized cost of electricity… The post The Levelized Cost of Electricity from Existing ...
26. Shrinking the carbon footprint of a chemical in everyday objects
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New method for synthesizing the epoxides found in plastics, textiles, and pharmaceuticals could be powered by electricity. ...
... three years and was funded by public donations from around the world, including electricity to charge the Bandit, food and a place to sleep. ...
28. New Jersey Consumers Should Expect Electricity Rate Increases
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People who believe that wind and solar power are lowering their electric bills should look at New Jersey. Garden State… The post New Jersey Consumers Should Expect Electricity Rate Increases appeared ...
Idaho Power plans to stop using coal power plants. The news comes as a U.S. energy agency says renewable sources produced a record amount of electricity in 2018. ...
PG&E is key to helping California meet its ambitious goal of zero carbon electricity by mid-century. Now there's concern that the utility's bankruptcy may set that back. ...
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