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Fueled By Billionaire Dollars, Nuclear Fusion Enters A New Age
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Fueled By Billionaire Dollars, Nuclear Fusion Enters A New Age

Christopher Helman writes for Forbes about advancements in nuclear fusion. >>>READ: After Decades of Waiting, Nuclear Fusion is Coming into Full View<<< “It’s clear that nuclear fusion can work at scale — just look at the stars. For 70 years physicists have dreamed of bottling that star power in the form of fusion reactors that would power...

Ocean Energy Needs a Lift to Go Mainstream
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Ocean Energy Needs a Lift to Go Mainstream

Rochelle Toplensky writes in The Wall Street Journal that ocean energy needs a financial lift to go mainstream. “Ocean energy has come a long way, but has more to prove. Unlike the tides it harvests, how the market develops from here may still be too unpredictable for most private investors.” Read the full article here.

Optimism Is Warranted in the Power Industry in 2022 and Beyond
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Optimism Is Warranted in the Power Industry in 2022 and Beyond

Aaron Larson writes for Power on the many reasons to be optimistic about the power industry’s future. >>>READ: Carbon-Free Natural Gas Powers Grid<<< “The solar project pipeline accounts for the largest share of clean energy development activity in the U.S. with 59,591 MW in the queue, which is 54% of the total. ACP said there...

Some of the biggest ‘green’ energy projects of 2021
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Some of the biggest ‘green’ energy projects of 2021

Jeremy Beaman of The Washington Examiner recounts some of the biggest green energy projects of 2021. “Proponents of ‘green’ energy have good reason to be optimistic as they look back on 2021, a year that saw major new project announcements and billions of dollars in support pledged for carbon-free energy.” Read the full article here.

Winter Has Come: Europe’s Energy Mess
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Winter Has Come: Europe’s Energy Mess

Andrew Stuttaford of National Review writes on Europe’s energy mess. “Angela Merkel has got out of Dodge just in time. Europe’s energy crunch has been building for some time, and now two key aspects of the former German chancellor’s dismal legacy — the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and her decision to reaccelerate the denuclearization of Germany’s energy supply — are likely to have...

Private financial institutions are stepping in to decarbonize steel
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Private financial institutions are stepping in to decarbonize steel

Shravan Bhat writes in GreenBiz about private financial institutions that are stepping in to decarbonize steel. >>>Nucor Launches Carbon Free Steel<<< “Though the net-zero transition will not be easy for the steel finance community, it is an exciting time. Steelmakers are innovating to build and finance the next generation of steel plants. Whether it’s SSAB’s green...

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