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Joanna Schroeder

  • BioEnergyBytesDFAcross the nation, from Florida to Alaska, and in eight countries around the world, events will be held on Saturday, May 17, for the fifth annual “Hands Across the Sand and Land” event, to say no to dirty fossil fuel projects that endanger our local communities, and accelerate the shift to clean, renewable energy such as wind, solar and energy efficiency. The events are a strong show of support for clean energy at a time when a host of new dirty fuel proposals are under consideration. A complete list of events can be found here:
  • Using the same proven technology that has made the Cushing Storage Report an industry standard for crude oil traders, Genscape has launched the New York Harbor (NYH) Product Storage Report. The new weekly report is available one day before the widely used EIA estimates are published. Currently, Genscape has identified a 90% correlation between the gasoline and distillate storage measurements in the NYH Product Storage Report and the EIA estimates for PADD 1B. In addition to aggregate storage levels, the Genscape report offers volumetric detail down to the tank level for a more specific, relevant, and complete data set.
  • Proposals to maintain the growing momentum behind renewable electricity investment in the UK, while continuing to deliver value for money for consumers, have been unveiled. The proposals are about ensuring the right balance of support for renewables and a smooth transition to the Government’s new Contracts for Difference. Proposals include: Consultation on changes to financial support for solar PV; Support for community energy projects under the Feed-in Tariffs Scheme; and Electricity Market Reform: Further consultation on allocation of Contracts for Difference Government response on allocation of Contracts for Difference.
  • Clean Energy Collective has announced that Next Step Living, the Boston-based provider of whole-home energy solutions, is an authorized agent to sell CEC’s community solar solutions to Massachusetts customers in WMECo and NGRID territories.
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