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1. ACEC WEE Committee to Address Cybersecurity, Nuclear Power, and Future of Electric Utility Infrastructure at Upcoming Summer Meeting

There's still time to attend the ACEC Water, Energy and Environment Committee's summer meeting in Denver, August 26-27.

Tags: Energy, Environmental, Water
2. Sign Up Now for June 27 Online Class on How to Qualify an Innovative Private Sector Project for DOE Loans Before Funds are Used Up

Your firm may have clients looking at energy or energy-related projects (in the $50 to $500 million range) that qualify for Department of Energy (DOE) loans or loan guarantees. Arming yourself with information about the process and how best to cut through to key factors that will qualify an eligible project and get it approved could place your firm at the leading edge of energy innovation.

Tags: Online Class, Energy
3. U.S. Energy Storage Deployments Increase 232 Percent Year-over-Year

More than 148 megawatts of energy storage were deployed in the first quarter (Q1) of 2019, a 232 percent increase over Q1 2018, according to the Wood Mackenzie U.S. Energy Storage Monitor. Front-of-the-meter (FTM) deployments rose more than 500 percent year-over-year.

Tags: Energy
4. U.S. Offshore Wind Generation Represents $68.2 Billion Opportunity by 2030

U.S. offshore wind generation could reach 18.6 gigawatts by 2030, according to new report from Special Initiative on Offshore Wind (SIOW) at the University of Delaware, and that represents a $68.2 billion opportunity for suppliers and vendors.

Tags: Energy
5. U.S.Chamber Survey Finds Support for Market-Driven Energy Policy, Streamlined Permitting

A new survey by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Energy Institute finds strong public support for an innovation driven, "cleaner, stronger" approach over energy policies centered on expanded government regulations.

Tags: Energy, Survey
6. Coal and Renewables at "Crossover Point," According to Report

Almost three-quarters of U.S. coal production is now more expensive than solar and wind energy, according to a new report by Energy Innovation.

Tags: Energy
7. Water, Energy & Environment Committee Meeting Addresses Resilience

Resilience issues were top of mind at ACEC's Water, Energy and Environment Committee's winter meeting this week in Washington, D.C.

Tags: Water, Energy
8. Solar Employment Dropped in 2018; Companies Bullish for 2019

For the second straight year, employment in the solar industry fell in 2018. The number of jobs at solar firms fell 3.2 percent last year, on top of a 3.8 percent decline in 2017.

Tags: Energy
9. Green New Deal Aims for 100 Percent Renewable Energy; What’s Your Opinion?

Democratic members of Congress have introduced the Green New Deal (GND), an aspirational resolution in the House and the Senate urging a set of wide-ranging policy goals to achieve 100 percent “clean, renewable and zero-emission energy sources” within 10 years.

Tags: Energy
10. Trump Admin. Appeals Keystone XL Pipeline Injunction

The Trump administration is appealing a recent court order that temporarily halted construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. U.S. District Court for the District of Montana Judge Brian Morris last year ordered a stop to the long-embattled oil transport line through Canada and Nebraska while the State Department reworks its review.

Tags: Energy

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