The Hydropower Project Is Now in the Grips of Maine’s Highest Court

Maine’s Highest Court, which made statements this week from proponents and opponents of the now-stalled renewable energy program, will determine the future of a 145-mile hydroelectric transmission system. Central Maine Power Co. is in charge of the $1 billion NECEC projects, which aim to supply up to 1,200 MW of electricity through Hydro-Québec dams. Along […]

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Energy Transition in the US Must Quicken to Attain Net-Zero Targets

According to the Globe Economic Forum ETI, the world has achieved steady, albeit moderate, progress on its energy transformation journey over the last decade. Forward motion, however, should be lauded. The need for revolutionary solutions to combat climate change has intensified. Over the last three years, a succession of systemic disruptions has had a severe […]

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The White House Has Announced New Clean Energy Initiatives

The Biden administration has come up with an action plan with clearly set timelines to help quicken the environmental review process.  The administration announced further plans to invest $3.16 billion to renovate a large number of low-income houses to make them more energy-efficient and reduce power bills for Americans. President Biden’s $1.2 trillion comprehensive infrastructure […]

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How the White House Intends to Expedite Clean Energy Approval

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement is allocating billions of dollars to infrastructure projects, including renewable power. Following this, the Biden admin has announced a plan to expedite the licensing and environmental assessment processes. The plan prioritizes cross-agency collaboration, clearly defined deadlines, early stakeholder involvement, agency compliance, and priority environmental evaluations. Taken as a whole, the White […]

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