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Leading on Climate and Transparency


Today, Duke Energy is taking an important step in our efforts to provide insight into our political advocacy on climate change by releasing a report on the major trade associations with which we participate and how their views on climate align with ours.

New Speakers Announced for Ceres 2021!

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March 8, 2021 /3BL Media/ - At Ceres 2021: Transform Tomorrow Today, we will convene capital market leaders across the U.S. and the globe for three days of virtual programming to highlight the urgent actions they are taking today to transform tomorrow and stabilize our climate, protect water and natural resources, and build a more equitable and inclusive economy.

2020 is Banner Year for Low-carbon Technology at Cummins


Despite a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Cummins expanded its low carbon alternative power portfolio and the prospects for a more sustainable tomorrow.

Three Game-changing Energy Technologies by 2030


Climate change is one of the world’s leading existential threats, and governments and business leaders globally are working hard towards reducing and eventually eliminating carbon emissions. 

To achieve this, the energy sector is looking to adopt more and more innovative low-carbon energy technologies. Over the course of two articles, we will explore the following six game-changing technologies that are likely to shape our future:

1. Offshore renewable energy

2. Energy storage

3. High voltage direct current

4. Green hydrogen

Net Zero: DIY (Do It Yourself)

by Mike Hughes

We have never spent more time in our own homes than we have in the past twelve months. It is no surprise then that consumer 

FPT Industrial and Fontanafredda Join Forces to Produce the World's First Zero Emission Barolo Wine


Completing the world’s first zero-emissions harvest of a Barolo cru, and celebrating 2025 by opening the first 100% sustainable bottle of the highly prized King of Wines: these are the aims of the partnership between FPT Industrial and Fontanafredda presented at a digital press conference today.

Zero-emission Energy Observer Vessel Taps Rockwell Automation Technology to Travel the World

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The world’s first hydrogen-powered ship is on a six-year, zero-emission global voyage thanks in part to Rockwell Automation’s advanced automation technology.

First developed in 2017, the Energy Observer travels the world as a “lab in motion” using a combination of intermittent renewable energy sources including solar panels, hydrogen fuel cells, lithium-ion batteries, and hydrogen production to achieve energy autonomy.

First Project of Its Kind in Canada Will See Enbridge Subsidiary Inject Green Hydrogen Into Its Gas Distribution Grid


In the long term, Gazifère aims to be North America’s first natural gas utility to be 100% green by 2050.

In the short term, hydrogen could very well be a vital rung on that ladder.

Gazifère, an Enbridge subsidiary, and Evolugen, the Canadian operations arm of Brookfield Renewable, today announced plans to build and operate one of Canada’s largest green hydrogen injection projects in Quebec.

Green Source Advantage Offers More Renewable Energy Options for South Carolina Customers

  • Duke Energy launches cost-effective pathway to renewable energy for large customers.
  • Regulators approve 200 megawatts of new renewable energy capacity.  
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  • Duke Energy launches cost-effective pathway to renewable energy for large customers.
  • Regulators approve 200 megawatts of new renewable energy capacity.  

Getting Familiar With Smart Meters


It only took a few years for the smart phone to become an accessory that most of us cannot live without. Likewise, we expect that once customers get to know their smart meters, they too will rely on them to help save energy and save money.

Smart meters send near real-time electric-use information from our customers’ homes and businesses to PSE&G via a secure communications network.


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