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Southeast's First Nuclear Plant Is Generating Clean Energy at Age 50

Robinson Nuclear Plant in Darlington County, S.C., marks anniversary with plans to continue generating reliable, carbon-free energy
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Robinson Nuclear Plant was a trailblazer as the Southeast’s first commercial nuclear plant.

The plant started generating electricity 50 years ago, and Duke Energy is planning for it to continue producing reliable, carbon-free energy for at least another 30 years.

Cummins Leader Calls for Continued Innovation in All Technologies to Reach Environmental Goals

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Innovation in both internal combustion and alternative technologies is the best way to achieve important environmental benefits today and a carbon-neutral future, a Cummins leader told a U.S. Senate committee Tuesday.

Vice Chairman Tony Satterthwaite testified that advanced internal combustion engines can achieve immediate reductions in air pollutants and carbon emissions while the infrastructure and manufacturing scale develops for low-carbon technologies like battery and fuel cell electric powertrains.

Going Green, One Data Point at a Time

Utility customers want to know their personal carbon impact.
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Helping consumers make the right choices

The Biden administration’s pledge to create a carbon-free electricity generation sector by 2035 will require buy-in not just from utilities, but from the public en masse as well. Understanding the role of consumers, and the diverse factors that motivate them, will be critical to achieving decarbonization goals.

National Grid and Standard Hydrogen Corporation Announce Plans for Innovative Hydrogen Energy Station

Demonstration for multi-use, renewable hydrogen-based energy system
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WALTHAM, MA/ALBANY, NY, March 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ - National Grid is taking additional steps into a clean energy future today by announcing a partnership with Standard Hydrogen Corporation to demonstrate the nation's first multi-use, renewable hydrogen-based energy storage/delivery system in New York's Capital Region, with completion expected by late 2022. The system will produce and store hydrogen exclusively from purchased renewable power and will make use of the inherent flexibility of hydrogen.

Leading on Climate and Transparency

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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

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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.

Net Zero: DIY (Do It Yourself)

by Mike Hughes
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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

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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.

Momentum Toward Carbon Pricing as a Solution for Climate Change

by Ralph Izzo, Chairman, President and CEO at PSEG
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The Senate’s confirmation of Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary was an historic event the moment it occurred, with Yellen becoming the first woman ever named to that post. Her unrivaled background and expertise, together with the enormous challenges we face as a nation, provide an opportunity for Yellen to be one of the most consequential leaders to hold the job.

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