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Duke net metering agreement with renewables advocates expected to increase North Carolina solar adoption
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Duke net metering agreement with renewables advocates expected to increase North Carolina solar adoption

"The proposed rate design requires approval from the North Carolina Utilities Commission. If regulators approve it, the rates would go into effect for new net metering customers applying in 2023. The parties to the agreement requested expeditious action from North Carolina regulators based on the directives of legislation like HB 951."

Nuclear-Fusion Startup Lands $1.8 Billion as Investors Chase Star Power
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Nuclear-Fusion Startup Lands $1.8 Billion as Investors Chase Star Power

Jennifer Hiller of The Wall Street Journal reports on a nuclear fusion startup. “Nuclear fusion has long been the holy grail of the energy world. Fusion is the process of generating energy by melding atoms. Current nuclear power plants create energy through nuclear fission, or splitting atoms. Fusion has the potential to create nearly limitless energy...

California needs to keep the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant open to meet its climate goals
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California needs to keep the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant open to meet its climate goals

Steven Chu and Ernest Moiz, two former Secretaries of Energy under the Obama administration, write in The Los Angeles Times on the importance of Diablo Canyon and nuclear energy. “The challenges here in California and globally are bigger than ever and the window of opportunity to mitigate climate change is closing fast. Extending the license...

Biden Wants Lower Oil Prices and Lower Oil Supply
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Biden Wants Lower Oil Prices and Lower Oil Supply

"To make matters worse, the slow recovery of oil production in the U.S. has allowed two loathsome regimes, one that chops up journalists and another that poisons dissidents, to effectively set the current world price of petroleum. However, the pricing power wielded by OPEC+ may not last too much longer since the good news is that the number of oil rigs drilling in the U.S. is rising and reached 563 this past week."

300 companies chart path for CO2-free energy technology
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300 companies chart path for CO2-free energy technology

"The alliance, whose members also include Microsoft Corp., Walmart Inc., Amazon.com Inc. and General Motors Co., is specifically seeking to channel financial support to clean energy options such as long-term batteries, geothermal energy, hydrogen fuels, hydropower installations on existing dams, CO2 capture from gas-fired power plants and new nuclear reactor projects to help jump-start these technologies."

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