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California targets low-income communities for grid flexibility tools and rewards

OhmConnect will use a $3 million state grant to reach out to disadvantaged communities for help in solving the state’s peak grid challenges.

Source: Canary Media

Democrats and Republicans square off in court over Delaware River Basin Commission fracking ban

Democratic State Senators filed a motion to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed by Republican lawmakers, which challenges a ban on natural gas development in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

It was an old apple orchard. Now it could be the future of clean hydrogen energy in Washington state.

Billions of dollars are being invested globally in clean hydrogen development. But massive amounts of electricity would be required to make the clean-burning fuel, extracted from water, a building block of the 21st century low-carbon economy.

Source: Inside Climate News

Big utilities pan Texas push to curb renewables following freeze

Three of the biggest power companies in the U.S. told Texas lawmakers that proposed new laws would load unfair costs onto wind and solar farms and chill investment in the state.

Source: Bloomberg

Past, present Standing Rock chairmen discuss wind farm progress

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is in the early stages of determining specific sites for wind turbines on its south-central North Dakota reservation.

Source: Bismarck Tribune

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