The DOE Grid Deployment Office decided to extend the deadline in response to updated disaster data, which increased grant allocations for 243 tribes to better account for the probability of climate-related disruptions on native land.
Also on the rise: The potential of pumped storage hydropower in Alaska. NY State provides additional $29 million for EV infrastructure and rebates. And more.
A study conducted by researchers at Argonne and NREL found that renewable energy can lower the cost and emissions of electricity driven by the high cost of delivering diesel fuel to Alaska’s remote areas.
This year, DOE recognized five organizations that exemplify the benefits that community solar can bring with $10,000 grand prizes, and recently launched a new round of the Sunny Awards.
A study from Columbia University has identified 59 new local renewable energy siting restrictions across 35 states in the U.S., taking the total count to 228. In addition, nine state level restrictions were noted as being severe enough to block projects.
Also on the rise: Top risks for solar assets–Extreme weather. Community solar, workforce, solar canopies in focus at NYSEIA conference. And more.
Also on the rise: DOE offers $26 million to demonstrate that grid can run on clean energy. World’s largest underground hydrogen storage project. And more.
Shungnak, Alaska is expected to save $200,000 a year and reduce its reliance on dirty fuel.
The 576 kW project is 30 miles north of the Arctic Circle and helps a local non-profit utility cut its diesel fuel use.
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