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    Power News - November 30

    There are 81 news articles for this date.

    T&D Automation

    Power quickly restored after outage in Jefferson, Oswego counties Tuesday
    Nov. 28—WATERTOWN — Power was restored quickly after a brief outage in Jefferson and Oswego counties on Tuesday afternoon. Jared Paventi, strategic communications manager for National Grid, said in an email on Tuesday that there was an outage on a
    Jonathon Wheeler, Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.
    In the wake of grid sabotage, Moore County and Duke Energy say they are stronger
    The attack on the electrical power grid in Moore County in the early evening hours of Dec. 3, 2022, remains unsolved, but it prompted widespread changes. While law enforcement investigators remain tight-lipped over any progress they’ve made, others have made
    Jonathan Bym, The Charlotte Observer

    Utility Business / General

    'Forgotten' notebook of former power plant site visit pictures to be considered in Springdale case, judge rules
    Nov. 28—A notebook that contains images of the former Springdale power plant is admissible as part of a case opponents of a planned implosion of the plant's boiler house filed in Allegheny County Court, a judge ruled Tuesday. Allegheny County
    Kellen Stepler, The Tribune-Review, Greensburg
    $12 billion allocated for power grid key to island's economic growth
    Federal funds allocated to rebuild Puerto Rico's energy system, including modernizing the power grid in response to the destruction caused by multiple recent natural disasters, offer an opportunity for economic growth on the island. A report released by Democrats on
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Saskatchewan starts tribunal to review Ottawa's clean electricity regulations
    REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is using its autonomy legislation for the first time to review the federal government's proposed clean-electricity regulations. Justice Minister Bronwyn Eyre told reporters Tuesday she's implementing the Saskatchewan First Act to establish a tribunal to
    Jeremy Simes, The Canadian Press
    Electricity providers are allowed to override price guarantees
    The Austrian Supreme Court (OGH) has limited consumer protection in electricity contracts, ruling that electricity providers can override a price guarantee by having a shorter contract duration. This decision follows cases involving Maxenergy, where the company terminated contracts despite an
    APA EconomicNews Service
    The critical role of the grid in net-zero: Explained in 6 key elements; Transforming the grid for a net zero world
    The power grid is critical to achieving a net-zero carbon future, with electrification emerging as the key strategy for decarbonising economies. It'll be fundamental to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and involve energy transitions across various sectors, including electrification of transportation,
    ENP Newswire
    Canadian-Mexican solar tech firm Solfium raises USD 3m in seed round
    November 28 (Renewables Now) - Canadian-Mexican solar technology start-up Solfium Inc said on Monday that it has closed a USD-3-million (EUR 2.7m) seed financing round at Mexico’s tech-focused BIVA stock exchange. The round was backed by global investors such as
    SeeNews Renewables
    Primergy closes commitments for 100-MW solar project in Arkansas
    November 28 (Renewables Now) - Primergy Solar LLC, a portfolio company of Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners, has closed financing commitments for the 100-MWac Prairie Mist solar project in Ashley County, in the US state of Arkansas. The North American solar and
    SeeNews Renewables
    Brightcore, Altus working on 7.5-MW rooftop community PV plan
    November 28 (Renewables Now) - US renewables developers Brightcore Energy and Altus Power Inc (NYSE:AMPS) have joined hands to install 7.5 MW of rooftop solar arrays across properties co-owned by industrial and real estate firm Brennan Investment Group in New
    SeeNews Renewables
    Despite setbacks, states are still counting on offshore wind
    In recent months, East Coast states’ plans to install massive new offshore wind farms have been battered by bad economic news, canceled contracts and newfound uncertainty about the projects officials are counting on to reach their clean energy goals. Despite
    The Connecticut Mirror
    On Meralco PSA bidding and nuclear power development
    We have four related energy topics here, and we go straight to them. 1. Proposed delay in Meralco 1,800 MW PSA bidding, 'overcharging' allegation About two weeks ago, Sta. Rosa Rep. Dan S. Fernandez hurled an allegation about Meralco's 'overcharging'
    Business World
    An effort to prepare West Texas students to work in the oil and gas industry is expanding
    MIDLAND - When Giovanni Parra's instructor asked the class to weld the opposite ends of a wire during a lesson on soldering, the 16-year-old sprinted to the nearest workstation. Parra is among dozens of students in a technical education program
    Internal docs show Biden admin waived taxpayer safeguards to boost offshore wind project
    close The Biden administration quietly granted a request from an energy firm developing an offshore wind project off the coast of Massachusetts to waive development fees designed to safeguard taxpayers, according to internal documents reviewed by Fox News Digital. The
    FOX News
    'The public doesn't want it': Brooklynites oppose National Grid proposal to hike bills by $30 per month
    Utility giant National Grid is proposing a significant rate hike for its New York City customers, and Brooklynites are not happy. The utility company, which provides natural gas to more than 2 million customers in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and
    Ximena Del Cerro
    Memo detailing Baltimore-BGE conduit deal should not be kept from the public, regulators order
    Maryland’s utility regulation commission has denied Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.’s effort to shield from the public an internal memo detailing an agreement it struck with Baltimore earlier this year following a request by utility watchdog the Maryland Office of
    Emily Opilo, Baltimore Sun
    E Source Acquires UMS Group to Expand Reach in Water, Electric and Gas Sectors
    US-based utility market intelligence, data science and solutions services platform E Source has acquired US-based utility management consulting company UMS Group to expand reach in electric, water and gas sectors, the company said. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
    University of Texas-Austin: Coal Power Killed Half a Million People in U.S. Over Two Decades
    AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 28 (TNSres) -- The University of Texas issued the following news release: It's no secret that small particles in the air from coal-fired power plants are harmful, but a new paper published in Science shows these particles
    Targeted News Service
    Solar Inverter Manufacturer Power Electronics Joins Board of National Solar and Storage Trade Association
    WASHINGTON, Nov. 29 -- The Solar Energy Industries Association issued the following news release: The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) today announced that Power Electronics is joining its board of directors. Founded in 1987, Power Electronics is a global manufacturer
    Targeted News Service


    Willmar Municipal Utilities investing in generation and transmission
    Nov. 28—WILLMAR — The Willmar Municipal Utilities Commission on Nov. 13 approved continuing a $760,000 agreement with DGR Engineering to create additional generation capacity in Willmar with the installation of four more diesel generators and also took action to invest
    Jennifer Kotila, West Central Tribune, Willmar, Minn.
    Canada to extend the life of Romania's only nuclear power plant
    Toronto (Canada), Nov 28 (EFE) - Canada and Romania announced Tuesday the signing of a contract to extend the life of the European country's only nuclear power plant, an operation valued at 750 million Canadian dollars (552 million U.S. dollars).
    CE Noticias Financieras
    The following information was released by the Government of Canada: The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Export Promotion, International Trade and Economic Development, today announced the signing, at the World Nuclear Exhibition, in Paris, of a 3-way contract between the
    States News Service


    The following information was released by the Maine House of Representatives, Democrats: The Legislative Council recently approved a bill from Rep. Gerry Runte, D-York, that would address ratepayer dissatisfaction by enhancing performance-based ratemaking (PBR) for Maine's electric utilities, adding incentives
    States News Service
    Avangrid announces eBill incentive to benefit local food banks
    CMP, NYSEG, RG&E, UI, CNG and SCG to donate $2 per new eBill customer, up to $5,000 for each selected nonprofit Avangrid Inc., a leading sustainable energy company and member of the Iberdrola Group, announced a new way for customers
    Lewiston-Porter Sentinel

    Renewables & Alternative Energy

    Hydroelectric power generation increases due to rains in recent months
    The energy generated by water power exceeded its contribution to the energy matrix in October by more than 40%, according to the latest report of the Transaction Unit (UT). After presenting a participation of between 12 and 14% due to
    CE Noticias Financieras


    New York State gets $24M DOE grant to enhance grid
    The State of New York received nearly $24 million in federal funding to strengthen and modernize its electric grid to reduce the impacts of extreme weather and natural disasters. The Grid Resilience and Tribal Formula Grant from the U.S. Department
    Daily Energy Insider
    Duke Energy celebrates Giving Tuesday with nearly $240,000 in ‘surcee’ contributions to help fight hunger in South Carolina
    Duke Energy celebrated Giving Tuesday by contributing nearly $240,000 to fight hunger in South Carolina. Over 60 feeding programs received financial support as part of a monthlong campaign. The surprise funding will help smaller agencies keep their food pantries stocked.
    Contify Energy News
    Accelerating emissions reductions
    Alberta is a global leader in carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) development and regulation, and the new Alberta Carbon Capture Incentive Program (ACCIP) will provide major industries with up to 12 per cent of new eligible capital project costs.
    M2 PressWIRE
    NY gets $24M for power grid protection
    New York state has received $24 million in federal funding to help shore up the statewide electrical grid and prepare it for extreme weather. On Monday, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced the grant money, which will be distributed to publicly owned
    The Daily Mail


    Transitioning to Renewable Energy Worldwide
    Transition to renewable energy The global panorama of electrical power generation is in a state of flux, as carbon-neutral resources such as wind and solar energy are becoming increasingly common. However, the escalating demand for power has led to fossil
    Zaporozhye NPP reconnected to its external power supply source - IAEA
    VIENNA, November 29. /TASS/. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported that the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) was reconnected to the single remaining 750kV power supply line following a cut over the weekend. The plant was disconnected from its
    Historic milestone as fueling begins for world's lone floating Nuclear power plant
    ALBAWABA - In a groundbreaking development, Russia's leading nuclear energy entity, Rosatom, has kickstarted the crucial fueling process for the singular floating nuclear power plant located in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. This marks the inaugural delivery of nuclear fuel to
    Al Bawaba News
    Greenvolt's profits plunge 65% to September
    Greenvolt's profits sank 65% to 5.9 million euros in the first nine months of this year compared to the same period last year, the company announced today. During this period, the group's revenues reached 268 million euros, up 46% year-on-year,
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Multi-year synchronization project between Ukrenergo, European power operators completed
    The project to synchronize the state grid operator Ukrenergo to its counterparts in continental Europe has been completed, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) on Nov. 28. The project, which began in 2017, originally stipulated a
    Kyiv Independent
    Electrical substation feeding Kherson Region?s power grid damaged by Ukrainian fire
    GENICHESK, November 28. /TASS/. The Kakhovka electrical substation, which plays a key role in the Kherson Region?s power grid, was damaged by deliberate Ukrainian shelling on Tuesday, causing disruptions in electricity supplies, the local electrical company said. "The Kiev troops
    The following information was released by the American Nuclear Society (ANS): The United Kingdom has announced a new partnership with South Korea to accelerate the clean energy transition by strengthening cooperation on low-carbon technologies, domestic climate policies, and civil nuclear
    States News Service
    Municipalities can now renew electricity grid concessions for another 20 years
    Two years after launching a working group - in November 2020 - with a view to preparing the long-awaited public tender for the award of low-voltage electricity network concessions for another 20 years (and at a time when several concession
    CE Noticias Financieras
    "I would like to promote the nuclear sector in Colombia": Mariano Grossi
    The director of the International Atomic Energy Agency assures that it is worthwhile for the country to pay attention to nuclear energy production, which is still very incipient. At the climate change summit, which starts on Thursday, there will be,
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Alternus Energy Reports Third Quarter 2023 Financial Results
    DUBLIN, Ireland, Nov. 28, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- International Renewable Independent Power Producer (IPP) Alternus Energy Group Plc (OSE: ALT) (the “Company” or “Alternus”) today announced unaudited U.S. GAAP financial results for the third quarter of 2023 under the US
    GlobeNewswire Europe
    The following information was released by the International Energy Agency (IEA): Policy makers around the world expanded measures to promote energy efficiency in 2023, helping consumers save money and improving the security and sustainability of the global energy system though
    States News Service
    Belgium does not rule out further extension for nuclear reactors
    Brussels (dpa) - Nuclear power plants in Belgium could remain operational even longer than currently planned, Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said. "A 20-year extension is entirely possible if the next government continues our work," De Croo wrote Wednesday
    dpa English
    Gauteng has plans in place to deal with energy crisis
    The protracted electricity crisis has caused significant hardship for the people in our province and has had a detrimental effect on the growth of Gauteng’s economy. This unsustainable situation has the potential to break the spine of our resilient provincial
    Tata Power receives LoA to set up a 200 MW FDRE project
    Tata Power Renewable Energy (TPREL) has received a letter of award (LoA) to develop a 200 MW firm and dispatchable renewable energy (FDRE) project with SJVN. The project is likely to be commissioned within 24 months from the power purchase
    Projects Today
    Sérvulo & Associados joins consortium to create WENexus project on energy efficiency
    Sérvulo & Associados is part of a consortium with S317 Consulting and Engidro Engineering Solutions to create the WENexus project, which aims to promote energy efficiency in the water sector in Portugal. WENexus aims to develop solutions for increasing energy
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Masdar’s 500-MW Uzbek wind farm produces first power
    November 29 (Renewables Now) - Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company PJSC, better known as Masdar, announced today that it has produced first power from the 500-MW Zarafshan wind farm project in central Uzbekistan, its first operational asset in the country.
    SeeNews Renewables
    Why green hydrogen holds a lot of potential for Trinidad & Tobago
    ‘If you use a low-carbon source of electricity, then the hydrogen you produce is ‘green” Originally published on Global Voices Image removed: Feature image created using Canva Pro elements. Green hydrogen is the new product on the market, but does
    Global Voices
    Sweden: Majority in Värmland municipalities wants to proceed with wind project
    Over half of the residents in Grums and Säffle municipalities are worried about climate change and see an increased need for renewable electricity in Värmland County. This is shown in a recent survey by Novus for energy company Fortum. 60%
    M-Brain Nordic News
    Unbundling electricity sector
    Sub-section (1) of Section 18 of the Electricity Bill 2023, which is under active consideration by the House of Representatives, stipulates that a single organization cannot generate, transmit, and/or distribute electricity. It means, a power producer cannot transmit or distribute
    People's Review
    Gazelle Wind Power Appoints U.S. Wind, Finance Pioneer as CFO
    Álvaro Ortega to lead floating offshore platform developer’s financial growth DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Gazelle Wind Power (Gazelle), the developer of a next generation floating offshore wind platform, has appointed clean energy finance industry expert Álvaro Ortega as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
    Business Wire
    Greenvolt wants to sell 500 MW of renewable assets by 2024
    Greenvolt intends to sell at least 500 megawatts of renewable assets by 2024, with the aim of "accelerating growth and profitability". The company said that sales processes for more than 350 MW "are already underway". This "liquidity" will make it
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Another 180 MW TPP unit connected to power grid after scheduled repairs – Ministry of Energy
    KYIV. Nov 29 (Interfax-Ukraine) – A unit of one of the thermal power plants, which will add up to 180 MW of power to the energy system, has completed scheduled repairs, the Ministry of Energy reported. At the same time,
    Interfax Ukraine Business Daily
    Promoting Alberta's climate and energy leadership
    Premier Smith and Minister Schulz will travel to Dubai for the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework on Climate Change (COP28). While at the world's largest annual climate summit, Alberta's Premier and environment minister will showcase
    M2 PressWIRE
    France’s wind parks produce 8.06% of all electricity on Nov 28
    November 29 (Renewables Now) - The share of wind power in total power generation in France reached 8.06% on November 28 as wind turbines generated 126,117 MWh. Overall electricity generation for the day stood at 1,564,315 MWh, live data by
    SeeNews Renewables
    EC presents action plan for electricity grids
    November 29 (Renewables Now) - The European Commission (EC) on Tuesday proposed an Action Plan for faster rollout of electricity grids, which are a key enabler for the energy transition. Grids have to prepare for an expected 60% increase in
    SeeNews Renewables
    Making nuclear energy cheaper than coal in Indonesia
    ThorCon 500 molten salt fission reactor prototype is headed to Indonesia as a cheaper, cleaner alternative to coal by Robert Hargraves The government of Indonesia is supporting a project to build a 500 MW nuclear fission power plant at Kelasa
    Nepra concludes public hearing on K-electric license renewal
    Karachi Chambers of Commerce and Industry on Tuesday called for issuance of licenses to more than one company during the Nepra's hearing to consider over the renewal of K-Electric's distribution license. The businessmen's body said that Karachi is a big
    Daily Regional Times
    Eskom is decimated as its leadership and politics leave SA stranded in the dark
    One would have hoped that with the coming of the new minister of electricity, South Africa would have turned a page and entered a new era of focused decisive leadership in the energy space. It seems we were all too
    Adil Nchabeleng
    Energy Council delivers a call to action
    By James Mackay Closing the door on load shedding is undoubtedly one of South Africa’s most urgent priorities. The load-shedding crisis has had a direct impact on lower economic growth, higher levels of unemployment and a deterioration of investor confidence.
    Winners of EU contests from Central Asia study Latvian experience in energy efficiency promotion
    AKIPRESS.COM - Students, young researchers and professionals, as well as representatives of the most energy efficient schools from the countries of Central Asia (CA) are visiting Latvia for a week-long study tour “Promotion of Energy Efficiency – Latvian Experience”. Total
    Central Asian News Service
    Orlen to cover PLN 14.6 bln towards freezing energy and gas prices
    "The MPs of the majority coalition have agreed on a bill on energy prices, wind farms and a special contribution, reaching nearly PLN 15 billion, imposed on Orlen," online news service Wysokie Napiecie wrote. On Tuesday, a group of MPs
    Kasonta Adriel
    Auren Energia launches 48-MW solar section of Brazilian hybrid park
    November 29 (Renewables Now) - Brazilian energy company Auren Energy has inaugurated the 48.1-MW Sol do Piaui solar park which is part of a wind-solar hybrid project in the northeastern state of Piaui. Located in the municipality of Curral Novo
    SeeNews Renewables
    Nepra reserves judgment on KE petition for grant of license
    National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has reserved the judgment on K-Electric petition for grant of electric power distribution and supplier license as majority of the stakeholders have opposed the grant of license solely to one company. During a public
    Cambodia scraps $1.5 billion coal project
    Cambodia is scrapping plans for a $1.5 billion coal project as crunch climate talks get under way in Dubai, the country's energy minister told AFP on Wednesday. Keo Rottanak said Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet would announce the cancellation on
    AFP World News
    TotalEnergies buys minority stake in Morocco-UK electricity project
    London — France's TotalEnergies has invested £20 million ($25 million) to acquire a minority stake in Xlinks, a Britain-based startup hoping to build an undersea cable to provide renewable power. Xlinks plans to develop a giant renewable project in Morocco
    Ingka buys into more offshore wind projects of OX2
    November 29 (Renewables Now) - OX2 AB (STO:OX2) has agreed its third offshore wind partnership with the investment arm of Ingka Group, the largest IKEA retailer. The Swedish renewables developer is selling to Ingka Investments a 49% stake in two
    SeeNews Renewables
    TotalEnergies buys minority stake in Morocco-UK electricity project
    London (dpa) - France's TotalEnergies has invested £20 million ($25 million) to acquire a minority stake in Xlinks, a Britain-based startup hoping to build an undersea cable to provide renewable power. Xlinks plans to develop a giant renewable project in
    dpa English
    BASF forges ahead with 54-MW green hydrogen project
    November 29 (Renewables Now) - German chemicals group BASF SE (ETR:BAS) has formally received funding approval for a EUR-124.3-million (USD 136.2m) state grant for a planned green hydrogen plant at its Ludwigshafen headquarters, with the project now set to enter
    SeeNews Renewables
    SUNGROW: Azerbaijan’s First and Largest Utility-Scale PV Power Plant Online on the 10th Anniversary of Belt and Road Initiative
    Azerbaijan's first and largest utility-scale PV power plant, the 308MWp Area 60 solar power project, has officially commenced operations. The project uses Sungrow's utility-scale turnkey solution and is part of Azerbaijan's support for the Belt and Road Initiative. The Ministry
    Contify Energy News
    IEA: Strong policy progress on energy efficiency seen in 2023, but meeting climate goals means moving faster
    Policy makers around the world have expanded measures to promote energy efficiency in 2023, but progress is not moving fast enough to meet climate targets. Investments in efficiency have grown by 45% since 2020, and countries representing three-quarters of global
    Contify Energy News
    Machine learning powered breakthrough in nuclear safety
    Copyright © InnovOrigins 2023 A team at Sichuan University has pioneered a method to enhance nuclear process safety by identifying optimal materials for gaseous iodine capture, crucial in preventing radioactive releases in nuclear energy production. Their research, utilising a combination
    Innovation Origins
    GenusPlus wins engineering job at 200-MW battery in Australia
    November 29 (Renewables Now) - Power infrastructure provider GenusPlus Group (ASX:GNP) has been tasked to perform the civil and electrical balance of plant (BOP) works for utility Synergy’s 200-MW/800-MWh Kwinana Battery Stage Two (KBESS2) project in Western Australia. The deal
    SeeNews Renewables
    CISCE 2023 Forum on clean energy to advocate a greener supply chain
    BEIJING, 29th November, 2023 (WAM) -- The International Energy Agency's forecast showed that by 2025, renewables will provide 10,799 TWh per year-35 percent of total global electricity demand, Zhang Shaogang, Vice President of the China Council for the Promotion of
    ??? / Rola AlGhoul / Esraa Esmail
    Schneider Electric calls for rapid deployment of smart grids to accelerate energy transition
    Schneider Electric is calling for the rapid deployment of smart grids to accelerate the energy transition. They argue that outdated grid infrastructure is hindering progress and propose increased network automation on smart grids run by smart electric utility companies. Schneider
    Contify Energy News
    Energy firms see ample power supply in 2024
    Energy executives expect the country's power supply to be ample next year, but will likely be tight especially during summer amid higher demand. 'It's still going to be tight because there will be no new plants, except maybe the Excellent
    Philippine Star News
    10 billion dollar investment in Oaxaca: What is green hydrogen?
    Green hydrogen, announced as a 10 billion dollar investment in the Inter-Oceanic Corridor of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, is a renewable bet that stands out in the Mexican government's agenda. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador informed on November 24 that
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Coal power, traffic, waste burning a toxic smog cocktail in Indonesia's Jakarta
    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Against the backdrop of smokestacks from a nearby coal power plant, the sky above Edy Suryana’s village stays grey for months at a time, while ashes and the stench of smoke hang in the air. Suryana
    Edna Tarigan And Fadlan Syam, The Associated Press
    Tata Power to start work on two pumped hydro projects in Maharashtra by mid-2024
    Tata Power, which recently signed an agreement with the Maharashtra government for development of two pumped hydro storage projects with combined capacity of 2,800 MW in the state, is targeting to start work on both the plants by mid of
    ens economic bureau
    Exaum launches AI-optimized power demand grid balancing pilot
    Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp -The company will now scale the one-megawatt system to help Finland and the world lower the cost of electricity and prevent blackouts as countries transition to greener energy sources. Kotka, Finland -- Exaum Ltd has
    SweetCrude Reports
    Scottish company wins EU backing to build one of the world’s biggest tidal farms
    A tidal farm off the coast of Orkney is set to be home to what a company claims is the largest number of turbines anywhere in the world. Nova, experts in marine renewables, has won European Union (EU) funding for
    By Lauren Gilmour, PA Scotland
    Octopus Energy Generation Acquires 12.5% Stake in Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm in UK from AIP Management
    Deal In Brief UK renewable energy supplier Octopus Energy said its generation arm has acquired a 12.5% stake in the 660 megawatt Walney Extension offshore wind farm, which ranks as one of the world's tenth largest offshore wind farms, from
    Marketline - Deals
    New Opportunities From DOE For Advanced Batteries
    Funding Opportunity Continues Rollout of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Continuing the rollout and implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), and in support of the Biden administration's goals of a fully carbon pollution-free electricity sector by 2035 and a net-zero economy
    By John Lushetsky and R. Neal Martin

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