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Sunrise Powerlink carves a twisting path through the deserts and mountains of Southern California, skirting the U.S.-Mexico border and cutting through a national forest on its 117-mile path from...

Q&A: Why McDonald’s is powering up with wind

Last year, McDonald‘s joined a growing list of many of the world’s largest companies deciding to power their stores, factories and data centers with wind energy. AWEA’s recent Wind...

Keeping the wind workforce safe: Cloth face coverings help prevent COVID-19 spread

Cloth face coverings can help slow the spread of COVID-19 and help those who may have the virus but don’t know it from transmitting it to others. The Centers...

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Plunging Renewable Energy Prices Mean U.S. Can Hit 90% Clean Electricity By 2035 – At No Extra Cost

Renewable energy has historically been considered too expensive and too unreliable to power our grid, but new research has overturned that trope for good. Plummeting wind, solar, and storage...

Renewables Can Sometimes Resolve Grid Variability Better Than Thermal Plants Can: NREL Analyst

Wind and solar may introduce concerns about variability into the power grid, but in some cases they can resolve those concerns—according to an analyst from the National Renewable Energy...

Redoubling Our Resolve to Deliver Energy Transition

As momentum behind decarbonization accelerates, offshore service providers must accept the challenges ahead with great enthusiasm, harnessing key skills honed during many years working offshore, says William Hill, Executive...

‘We Too Must Improve’: Clean Energy Industry Looks Into Mirror on Racial Inequity

Renewable energy groups say they will redouble efforts to diversify their rapidly growing and mostly white workforces.

Solar, Wind, Storage Link Arms in Push for ‘Majority Renewables’ by 2030

With the 2020 election drawing closer, the solar and wind sectors announced a joint push to quadruple their combined share of the U.S. power mix by 2030.

Clean Power Continues To Stretch Its Cost Benefits Over Coal

Renewable energy continues to get cheaper, and it is increasingly the cheapest form of new power capacity around the world, less expensive than any form of fossil fuel electricity.

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