Who’s Purchasing Renewable Energy in Texas?

While Texas isn’t the leader in renewable energy on a percentage or per capita basis, it has the largest installed base of wind power and one of the top installed bases of solar power in the United States. Most often, the investments made in renewable power generation are made backed by a “power purchase agreement“Continue reading “Who’s Purchasing Renewable Energy in Texas?”

As Texas Energy Demand Increases, Enel Green Power Installs More Renewable and Energy Storage Capacity

Enel Green Power has completed its first large-scale hybrid wind project globally, Azure Sky wind + storage, featuring 350 MW of wind capacity and 136.5 MW/204.6 MWh of storage capacity. In addition, the company will add 57 MW/85.7 MWh of new battery storage capacity at its largest operating projects in Texas, Roadrunner solar and HighContinue reading “As Texas Energy Demand Increases, Enel Green Power Installs More Renewable and Energy Storage Capacity”

Omnia Midstream Announces Development Agreement with Devon Energy to Integrate Renewable Energy into the Stateline Field located in the Delaware Basin

From Omni Midstream: https://omniamidstream.com/news/omnia-announces-development-agreement-with-devon-energy/ TULSA, Oklahoma – Omnia Midstream Partners, LLC today announced a development agreement to integrate renewable energy into the operations of Devon Energy Corp’s (NYSE: DVN) Stateline field located in the Delaware Basin. The project will include significant benefits for the producer’s stakeholders through carbon emissions reduction, competitively priced electricity, economic valueContinue reading “Omnia Midstream Announces Development Agreement with Devon Energy to Integrate Renewable Energy into the Stateline Field located in the Delaware Basin”

Statement: Texas Should Lead On Energy, Not Politicize ERCOT’s Winter Freeze

Statement from Jeff Clark, President of the Advanced Power Alliance: The extraordinary storm we’ve endured this week is the winter storm of the century, and the widespread power outages it triggered are a tragedy that has touched us all. Every type of power generator has been affected — and every segment is working diligently toContinue reading “Statement: Texas Should Lead On Energy, Not Politicize ERCOT’s Winter Freeze”

Don’t build new renewable energy in California. Build it in the upper Midwest first

Fast Company | October 29, 2019 “Location, location, location” has long been the mantra of the real estate industry. A property’s location is considered more important than the qualities of the property itself. Perhaps unexpectedly, a similar rule applies to renewable energy infrastructure. A new study out of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HarvardContinue reading “Don’t build new renewable energy in California. Build it in the upper Midwest first”