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Top Power News - May 29, 2023

Welcoming Germán Toro Ghio to Energy Central's Network of Experts with a Power Perspectives Interview to Discuss Most Relevant Industry & Geopolitical Happenings He's Tracking
Gone are the days where energy news was niche and only for those working and trading in the industry. Now, when there’s major news in the world of utilities or oil and gas companies, that news makes mainstream headlines. Because
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New Jersey's Cape May County opposes Ørsted's offshore wind plans
May 26 (Renewables Now) - New Jersey’s Cape May County Board of County Commissioners have passed a resolution that outlines vehement opposition to Ørsted A/S’ (CPH:ORSTED) Ocean Wind 1 and 2 offshore wind projects and launched a campaign presenting their
SeeNews Renewables
California plans for reliable clean energy electric grid as summer approaches
(The Center Square) - In a press conference today at Moxion headquarters in Richmond, California Governor Gavin Newsom along with Paul Hillscamp Moxion co-founder and CEO of Moxion Power Co., Amisha Rai, Vice President, Policy and Advocacy at Advanced Energy
The Center Square: California
Senate Approves Wave and Tidal Renewable Energy Bill
SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 25, 2023-- The Senate today unanimously approved a bill that aims to put California on the path to developing a new source of clean, renewable energy that will help the state meet its carbon-free targets while bolstering
Associated Press
Energy storage firm Moxion to build battery gigafactory in US
May 26 (Renewables Now) - US mobile energy storage solutions provider Moxion Power plans to build an energy storage gigafactory in the US which is designed to have a battery manufacturing capacity of more than 7 GWh annually. The 205,000-square-foot
SeeNews Renewables
Design competition gets gears turning for Virginia student’s offshore wind career
Every morning, the Energy News Network compiles the top stories about the clean energy transition and delivers them to your inbox for free. Sign up today! It has been quite a whirlwind month for Lindsey Greer. Just as her team
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Top Gas News - May 29, 2023

Will San Diego and rest of California have enough power this summer?
Hot and dry summers have spelled trouble for California's energy grid in recent years. Utility customers in San Diego County and across the state experienced rotating power outages in August 2020 and barely escaped repeats in 2021 and 2022. But
Rob Nikolewski, The San Diego Union-Tribune
Higher cost electricity production may affect companies
Although the end of the drought that devastated the country between the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023, the beginning of a period of lower cost electricity production was foreseen, as more hydroelectric generation was expected, this did
CE Noticias Financieras
Ørsted: First American-Built Offshore Wind Substation Complete; Journey Now Underway from Texas Port up East Coast to South Fork Wind Project Site
First American-built offshore wind substation is transiting across Gulf of Mexico and then up East Coast for installation. Substation will be deployed at Ørsted and Eversource’s South Fork Wind project serving Long Island, New York. Substation will play key role
Contify Energy News
California may avoid summer blackouts as Gov. Gavin Newsom praises improved electrical grid
The threat of power shutoffs on hot California days is likely to be kept at bay thanks in large part to thousands of new megawatts of battery storage being added to the electricity grid this year, according to the latest
Ari Plachta, Maggie Angst, The Fresno Bee
EPA's non-attainment threat renewed
May 25—Congressman August Pfluger reported Thursday that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had revived its threat to declare the Permian Basin a non-attainment area for ozone control, which he said "would have wide-reaching negative impacts by damaging our ability to
Bob Campbell, Odessa American, Texas
Climate change denial among hurdles for carbon capture pipeline project in southwestern Minnesota
May 25—GRANITE FALLS — Summit Carbon Solutions hosted 15 meetings for landowners last year at locations across the 10 counties in Minnesota in which it intends to build a pipeline to transport carbon dioxide from ethanol plants. Three issues were
Tom Cherveny, West Central Tribune, Willmar, Minn.
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