Understanding SB 100

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Big Batteries Are Taking a Bite Out of the Power Market

By Russell Gold | WSJ Link to article Giant batteries charged by renewable energy are beginning to nibble away at a large market: The power plants that generate extra surges of electricity during peak hours. Known as peakers, the natural-gas-fired plants are expensive to run, and typically are called into service only when demand rises and regular […]

Why a Big Utility Is Embracing Wind and Solar

By Justin Gillis and Hal Harvey | NYT Link to article DENVER — Imagine planning your next trip and finding that Delta was selling first-class seats for less than the cramped middle seats in the back of the plane. So you fly first class to New York and walk into the best French restaurant, only […]

24-Hour Solar Energy: Molten Salt Makes It Possible, and Prices Are Falling Fast

By Robert Dieterich | ICN Link to article Molten salt storage in concentrated solar power plants could meet the electricity-on-demand role of coal and gas, allowing more old, fossil fuel plants to retire. The first thing you see of the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Facility, and you can be miles away, is a light so […]

Trump raises the thermostat for geothermal energy

By John Siciliano | Washington Examiner Link to article The Trump administration is looking to carve out a place for geothermal energy in its energy abundance agenda, starting several initiatives to help the undervalued renewable resource expand beyond the volcanic Pacific region. Geothermal power plants are one of the few renewable energy resources, outside of […]

Toyota and FuelCell Energy Plan to Build a Giant Renewable Power and Hydrogen Plant

By Emma Foehringer Merchant | Greentech Media Link to article Toyota and FuelCell Energy are taking a gamble on the world’s first megawatt-scale carbonate fuel-cell power generation plant with a hydrogen fueling station at the Port of Long Beach, California. The Tri-Gen plant, built by FuelCell Energy and expected online in 2020, will produce 2.35 […]

Renewable-Power Sector Sees Senate Tax Bill as Major Threat

By Tim Puko | WSJ Link to article Advocates for renewable energy are warning the Senate tax bill could have a devastating impact on its businesses. The Senate’s latest tax-overhaul bill includes rules that aim to make it harder for U.S. businesses to keep money overseas and shielded from U.S. taxes. The problem for the […]