Canadian Solar’s e-STORAGE Lands Battery Storage Project in Texas

Located in Fort Bend County, the Bypass project will use 106 units of e-STORAGE’s SolBank 3.0.

Occidental’s 1PointFive Agrees to Sell Carbon Credits to Microsoft

1PointFive said the agreement marks the largest single purchase of CO2 removal credits enabled by direct air capture to date.

Energy Transition in Motion (Week of July 5, 2024)

Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news, including the latest on hydrogen in aviation.

Mexico’s Nearshoring Attracts $36B in Investment as US Energy Benefits

Mexico saw the highest level of foreign investment in 18 years as companies were attracted to low wage workers, but U.S. energy producers, among others, continue to fuel power for the country’s new factories and projects.

Nuclear in a Box: Mobile Nuclear Reactors May Answer Permian’s Power Ask

A top Permian producer has signed up for a small-footprint nuclear plant. A top pressure-pumper has invested in the developer. Industry members say interest in Permian nuclear is hot.

Global Electrolyzer Maker Thyssenkrupp Nucera Talks Hydrogen

Thyssenkrupp Nucera CEO Werner Ponikwar recently shared insight on the electrolytic hydrogen sector and the company’s plans in the U.S. during an exclusive interview with Hart Energy.

Solar Cell Maker Toyo, Blue World, Vietnam Sunergy Complete Merger

The newly combined solar company is expected to trade on the Nasdaq stock exchange under the ticker symbol TOYO.

Seeing is Believing: Fiber Optics for CO2 Storage Monitoring

Fiber optic systems can offer CO2 plume insights in CCS applications, according to services company Weatherford.  

US Approves Avangrid’s New England Wind Project

Plans for Avangrid’s New England Wind, being developed as two projects, include up to 129 wind turbine generators.

The New Wildcatters: Geothermal Developers on the Hunt for Heat

The U.S. is poised for a geothermal boom using existing oil and gas technology. Does the industry have what it needs to scale?