Department of Energy Continues Investments with New Electrical Grind Funding

The Department of Energy just announced plans to invest nearly $53 million into helping manufacturers shift towards more environmentally friendly methods of production. Now, the Department has announced its intentions to do the same in the energy sector, with new investments aimed at improving the American power grid. The Department stated on Wednesday that they …

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Department of Energy to Provide $52.5 Million to Support Manufacturers, Workers

A shift to clean energy and carbon footprint reductions have been some of the major goals for the Biden administration regarding their fight against climate change. Making the associated changes can be quite costly and difficult for manufacturers to do on their own. In an effort to help alleviate these issues, the Department of Energy …

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World's Most Powerful Wind Turbine Haliade-X from General Electric

GE Wind Turbine

Wind power is one of most attractive sources of renewable energy and General Electric Renewable Energy is one of the leading companies in the renewable energy sector, providing wind, solar, and hydro power generation services. GE Renewable Energy recently announced the launch of what it claims is the most powerful Wind Turbine in the world: …

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Clean Energy in the United States: Long Islands New Offshore Wind Farm

Renewable energy in the United States has lagged behind most other developed nations. As the world continues to push for the advancement of clean energy the United States has begun taking steps to bolster their own clean energy infrastructure. The US will now be constructing the second ever offshore wind farm within the states. The …

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OPEC Continues To Cut Production: Impact on Industrial Manufacturing

Oil

To the dismay of many, OPEC has been keeping pace and beating expectations when it comes to their production cut. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed in November to begin curbing production and scale back output by 1.2 million b/d. Latest data from The International Energy Agency (IEA) showed OPEC crude production fell by …

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Solar Roadways: Are They Really A Practical Solution?

Solar Roadway

Renewable energy and green concepts continue to make headlines around the world. Manufacturers are working vigorously to become more sustainable and politicians and regulations continue to incentivise the development of new green technology. The United States has made a strong effort to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions but there’s more work to be done. …

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The First “Clean Coal” Facility Opens in The United States

Coal mining

The United States opened its first, large scale “clean coal” facility on Tuesday. NRG Energy, Inc. and JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corporation have finally completed construction, on-budget and on-schedule, of Petra Nova. This marks the world’s largest post-combustion carbon capture system and it could have an impressive impact on the industry and the …

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