Chafing | Higher bills | Empire State Building
Happy Friday afternoon.
It’s been a very busy week so my apologies, but I don’t have time for a full recap.
Here are a few stories though that caught our attention:
- Massachusetts’ Solar Industry Chafes at New Land-Use Restrictions, Greentech Media
- Lockdowns are pushing up home electric bills, and air conditioning season is hardly here yet, Boston Globe
- Energy efficiency helped the Empire State Building save money and cut carbon. It can help you, too., Washington Post
Have a great weekend and as always, stay safe.
Global Glut Keeps a Lid on Natural-Gas Prices, Wall St. Journal
Coal’s Decline Continues with 13 Plant Closures Announced in 2020, E&E News via Scientific American
U.S. Consumed More Renewables Than Coal for First Time in 134 Years, Wall St. Journal
US May Host First Factory for Siemens Gamesa’s 14MW Offshore Turbine, Greentech Media
Massachusetts’ Solar Industry Chafes at New Land-Use Restrictions, Greentech Media
FERC Might Rewrite Solar Net Metering. Here’s What That Could Mean, Greentech media
Data Tool Shows Pandemic’s Impact on Power Prices, Power Magazine
No Resiliency Strategy? You’re Taking a Big Risk, Report Warns Utilities, Microgrid Knowledge
Don’t knock natural gas, CommonWealth Magazine
Energy won’t be the same when this is over, Washington Post
COVID-19’s lessons for climate change, CommonWealth Magazine