Head of coal and nuclear giant RWE says his dream is to put “solar panels on your roof, a battery in your shed, and a heat pump in your cellar.”
Tag: "natural gas"
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, different states are following different paths to community energy resiliency.
If solar trumps gas for peaking power in Minnesota, what reason would there be to build new natural gas peaking capacity anywhere in the country?
Natural gas has been mooted as a ‘bridge’ fuel recently, but in terms of climate change natural gas is a half measure that risks dangerous procrastination.
Wind and solar power are transitioning from marginal to central players in the grid, and there is a case for them to replace traditional peaking plants.
The largest-ever proposed solar project in Minnesota received a powerful legal boost when an administrative law judge it above five competing gas proposals.
New study finds nearly 59GW of coal power capacity not cost competitive compared with natural gas, more than 71GW uneconomic when compared with wind power.
A national reservation policy for LNG would amount to blatant, inefficient and inequitable protectionism for part of our manufacturing sector. Here’s why…