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Top Power News - September 22, 2023

Leaders of the Emerging Energy Markets Analysis, Todd Allen of University of Michigan and Steven Aumeier of Idaho National Laboratory, Join the Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast
Bringing the energy industry into the future cannot be done in a siloed approach, but rather requires a complex, systematic coordination with stakeholders across the sector. And doing so also requires a more forward-looking lens than ever before, rather than
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New analysis shows how much PG&E bills could rise next year
Sep. 21—Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers will pay between about $25 and $31 more each month for energy next year, according new rate estimates from state regulators obtained Thursday by the Chronicle. PG&E has asked the California Public Utilities
Julie Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 -- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a proposed rule called: Takes of Marine Mammals Incidental to Specified Activities; Taking Marine Mammals Incidental to the Atlantic Shores South Project Offshore of New Jersey. The proposed rule
U.S. Fed News
Minnesota approves giant solar energy project near Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota officials on Thursday approved plans for the expansion of a solar energy project that a utility says will be one of the largest in the country with the capability of powering more than 150,000 homes. The
Associated Press
Iloilo's MORE Power reduces September rate
ILOILO CITY power consumers served by MORE Electric and Power Corp. (MORE Power) will face lower electricity charges in September, with the average rate for residential users falling by P0.2701 per kilowatt hour (kWh). In a statement Thursday, Razon-controlled MORE
Business World
ERCOT expects Texas power grid to meet fall demand -- but winter fears loom
Sep. 21—Texans will get a short break from this summer's worries about the state power grid, according to the fall supply forecast from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. Barring any major generation outages, the state grid operator anticipates being
Sara Dinatale, San Antonio Express-News
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Top Gas News - September 22, 2023

Texas utility CPS Energy issues RfP for 500 MW of energy storage
September 22 (Renewables Now) - San Antonio's municipally-owned utility CPS Energy is seeking proposals to contract up to 500 MW of energy storage projects as part of a recently approved plan to strengthen its power generation. The company launched a
SeeNews Renewables
Poor Quality Water and Plans for Offshore Oil and Gas Explorations Spur Eastern Cape Protests
Approximately 250 people from Uitenhage, Jeffreys Bay, Humansdorp, Oyster Bay and beyond marched to Gqberha City Hall yesterday on 21 September, to draw attention to their deteriorating quality of life as a result of loadshedding and poor access to water.
India may end use of fossil fuel much before 2070: Oil minister
NEW DELHI, Sept. 13 -- Petroleum and natural gas minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Tuesday said India will be self-reliant in energy sector by 2047 and is likely to end use of fossil fuel much before the country's target of
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Labor unions say they will end strike actions at Chevron's three LNG plants in Australia
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Labor unions said Friday they will end disruptive strike actions at Chevron Corp.'s three liquefied natural gas plants in Australia that provide more than 5% of global LNG supplies. Chevron Australia and the Offshore Alliance said
Associated Press
Bloomberg: Shifting from oil must be 'practical'
Michael R. Bloomberg, former New York City mayor and billionaire philanthropist, on Thursday cautioned against a hasty transition from oil and gas-powered cars in the U.S. to fight climate change. While heavily involved in promoting green energy technologies and battling
The Washington Times
Fossil Fuel Firms Flock to Conservative Party Conference
A number of oil and gas firms have been announced as the hosts of stands and events at this year’s Conservative Party conference. The conference, which is being held from 1 to 4 October in Manchester, will play host to
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