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Energy Transition in Motion (Week of July 19, 2024)

Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news, including the launch of the California hydrogen hub.

US’ Largest Co-located Solar, BESS Project In Service

The Gemini solar and storage project includes 1.8 million solar panels that can generate up to 690 megawatts, powering approximately 10% of Nevada’s peak power demand.

Gold H2, Oil Company Ink Deal for Microbial Hydrogen Technology

Houston-based Gold H2 has made its technology available to select oil and gas companies for pilot demonstrations.

Intersect Power Taps Tesla for Energy Storage Systems

Intersect Power is one of the largest buyers and operators of Tesla’s Megapack battery energy storage system.

MTR Reaches ‘End of Road’ Test to Prove Carbon Capture Scalability

Membrane Technology and Research, working with the U.S. Department of Energy among others, is nearing the startup of a large membrane carbon capture system pilot in Wyoming to establish commercial scalability.

Aramco to Acquire 50% Stake in Blue Hydrogen Industrial Gases

Aramco’s investment in Blue Hydrogen Industrial Gases Co. will expand its lower-carbon hydrogen business and contribute to the development of a hydrogen network in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province.

TGS Grants Early Access to CCS Data Along Texas, Louisiana Gulf

TGS’ carbon storage dataset covers the available Texas General Land Office lease blocks and is scheduled for release in early August.

Arizona Lithium Makes Discovery at Williston's Prairie Project

Arizona Lithium’s discovery in the Williston Basin was made by an exploration well drilling in the Souris River Formation.

Energy Transition in Motion (Week of July 12, 2024)

Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news.

Atlantic Shores Submits Bid to Provide Offshore Wind in New Jersey

Atlantic Shores, a joint venture between Shell and EDF Renewables, would become the initial provider of offshore wind for New Jersey.