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Top Power News - December 6, 2022


MIT - A healthy wind
Nearly 10 percent of today's electricity in the United States comes from wind power. The renewable energy source benefits climate, air quality, and public health by displacing emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants that would otherwise be produced by
ENP Newswire
 
Supervisors move closer to adding new wind turbine requirements
The Crawford County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday continued their discussion of a new construction compliance certificate that would impose new requirements on the construction of wind turbines in the county. The following is an edited and condensed account of
Dan Mundt
 
Plans submitted to extend lifespan of Marr Wind Farm
Energy firm Banks Renewables has submitted an application to Doncaster Council to extend the permitted lifespan of the Marr Wind Farm to the west of the city. The farm first opened in 2012 with permission to run for 25 years,
Doncaster Free Press
 
North Carolina power substations taken out by gunfire: sheriff
Over 40,000 Moore County, North Carolina residents are without power, which may not be restored until Thursday. By Greg Wehner Fox News Electrician worker climbing electric power pole to repair the damaged power cable line problems after the storm. (iStock)
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Low Emission CTV Designs for US Offshore Wind in 2024
Innovative simulation-driven marine engineering consultancy, BAR Technologies (BAR), has announced that its low emission CTV design, the BARTech 30, will be available for the first US offshore wind projects in 2024, following quotes at several US shipyards. BAR is meeting
Gulf Oil & Gas
 
Malawi Kammwamba Thermal Power Plant, Malawi
Scope : The Malawi Kammwamba Thermal Power Plant is 1,000MW coal fired power project. It is planned in Southern Region, Malawi. The project is currently in permitting stage. It will be developed in multiple phases. The project construction is likely
Al Bawaba Business
 
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Top Gas News - December 6, 2022


Oil field services industry adds over 2,300 U.S. jobs in November, according to trade group
Dec. 5—Companies that provide equipment, labor and technology for oil and gas drilling continue to add workers, but employment in the oil-field services sector remains below pre-pandemic levels. In November, employment in oil field services and equipment ticked up by
Kyra Buckley, Houston Chronicle
 
Prepare for more gas price hikes. Here's why—and who's to blame
As California energetically attempts to decarbonize the state's economy, some in Sacramento fear the plan faces a looming threat: astronomical gas prices that could fuel a massive public backlash. A state mandate will phase out sales of new internal combustion
Russ Mitchell, Los Angeles Times
 
Ontario Could Cut Emissions 85%, Save $9.5B by Replacing Gas Plants with Efficiency
Ontario could cut projected climate emissions 85% by 2035 and reduce its use of carbon-heavy, gas-fired power plants to less than 3% of power production if its grid met rising electricity demand with energy efficiency, solar, wind, and energy storage,
The Energy Mix
 
You're going to pay higher gas prices as California decarbonizes. Here's why
As California energetically attempts to decarbonize the state's economy, some in Sacramento fear the plan faces a looming threat: astronomical gas prices that could fuel a massive public backlash. A state mandate will phase out sales of new internal combustion
Russ Mitchell, Los Angeles Times
 
Oil companies spent big to elect new California legislators. What will their millions buy?
A handful of moderate Democrats and Republicans, beneficiaries of millions in oil contributions, are headed to the California Senate and Assembly this week. The industry spent heavily on the primary and general elections to boost business-friendly Republicans and moderate Democrats.
Lindsey Holden, The Sacramento Bee
 
Reliability watchdog warns of winter electric shortfalls
The nonprofit regulator charged with helping ensure the reliability of the North American electric grid is warning of potential electric supply shortfalls during severe weather this winter in several regions of the country. Earlier this month, the North American Electric
ROBERT ZULLO
 
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