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Net-zero Carbon | Renewable Energy
October 22, 2020

Ameren Missouri plans to add 5.4 gigawatts of wind and solar over the next twenty years.

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Octopus Energy | Evolve Energy
October 19, 2020

U.K. retail energy supplier, Octopus Energy, announced the acquisition of Texas REP, Evolve Energy. Octopus Energy US, as the new business will be known, is targeting 25 million US energy accounts on its technology platform by 2027. 

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Energy Markets | Renewable Energy Technology
October 08, 2020

As states continue efforts to pursue clean energy targets, experts identify five new emerging technologies that will propel the power sector's transformation.

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Duke Energy | Utility Scale Solar
October 05, 2020

Duke Energy and PV developers submitted a grid agreement that will resolve interconnection issues in the utility's territory.

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Carbon Emissions Reduction | Oil and Gas Climate Initiative
October 01, 2020

Five companies top the list in the race to reverse the carbon footprint. 

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Integrated Energy Market | Southeastern US
September 24, 2020

An Integrated Energy Market in the Southeastern US would save consumers money and facilitate clean energy job growth. 

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Utility Sector | Ransomware
September 21, 2020

The utility sector faces an increasing threat from financially-motivated hackers. Experts say more companies are paying, and ransoms are rising. Read the article here: 

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Texas PUC | Electricity Relief Program
September 09, 2020

Staff at the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) have recommended that benefits under the Covid-19 Electricity Relief Program end on September 30, 2020. 

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Permian Gas Production
September 03, 2020

The pandemic has slowed gas production, but by late 2021, Permian gas production will be back to pre-pandemic levels and will continue to rise from there.

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Oil and Gas Spending | World Economies
August 24, 2020

An update from the Energy Policy Tracker has revealed spending on oil, gas and coal is still higher among members of G20 than spending on renewable energy. 

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