The 2019 data set from our database, which informs this report, considers RFI and corporate RFP responses that have been gathered since 2018. It represents close to 700 renewable energy projects in Europe, submitted from more than 50 solution providers across 16 countries, resulting in a strong overview of the European renewable energy market for C&I buyers.
Electricity companies have already taken positive steps in their role as key contributors to CO2 reduction. Now they should continue to build upon their existing achievements by increasing their sustainability efforts as the 1.5°C scenario cannot be achieved without a greater proportion of cleaner electricity.
As the Trump administration begins the formal process to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement, U.S. House leaders dropped new legislation this week to establish a nationwide goal to achieve net-zero-carbon emissions across the entire economy by 2050.
The legislation—100% Clean Economy Act of 2019—has broad support with more than 100 cosponsors in the House. Passage of the bill would set the stage to power all sectors of the U.S. economy—from transportation to manufacturing to electricity—with 100% clean energy.
November 21, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Major businesses and higher education institutions across Pennsylvania called on state lawmakers today to prioritize policies that will accelerate the Commonwealth’s transition to a low-carbon economy.
By Paul Napoli, Vice President-Power Markets, PSEG Long Island
Providing greener energy has been part of PSEG Long Island’s mission since we started in 2014, and it’s been part of PSEG’s overall mission for even longer. Now that New York’s Legislature has passed one of the most ambitious clean energy standards in the country, that commitment is more important than ever.
Q&A with PSEG Nuclear President and Chief Nuclear Officer Eric Carr
By Matt Chimento
In July, Eric Carr was named president and chief nuclear officer of PSEG Nuclear. An industry veteran with more than two decades of accumulated experience and insight, Carr sets the vision for – and is charged with sustaining the productive momentum of – the PSEG Nuclear fleet. He recently shared his perspectives and imparted a few of the learnings that influenced and informed his professional path.
Q. What was the entry point for your career into nuclear?
PSEG Long Island is hard at work building new, high-tech infrastructure that will make our bills more accurate, improve our storm response and give our customers unprecedented control over their energy usage.
For more than a century, the American electric sector followed a fairly simply business model: Centrally located power plants generate electricity, then deliver as much of that electricity as possible along a straightline network of poles and wires to as many customers as possible.
Customers expected their electricity to be delivered as safely, reliably and affordably as possible – with service interruptions kept to a reasonable minimum.
For decades, a plot of land along Donaldson Street in Highland Park served as a municipal landfill for unwanted household appliances, miscellaneous waste, and construction and demolition debris that reflected the rise of Middlesex County as one of New Jersey’s rising job centers.
But today, thanks to PSE&G’s Solar 4 All program, the site is returning to productive use with the construction of a 2-acre, 605-kilowatt-dc solar farm and battery storage system.