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Enbridge: New Ways of Working

Our industry is changing. The ways in which energy is delivered, the types of energy delivered, and the impact of that delivery on the world around us are changing.
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Enbridge has been, and will continue to be, part of that change: our diversification into natural gas, our investments in wind and solar, and our activities involving renewable natural gas and hydrogen have placed us on the leading edge of the energy transition.

New Hampshire Businesses Call for Strong Energy Efficiency Programs to Drive Economic Recovery

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February 11, 2021, /3BL Media/ - More than two dozen New Hampshire businesses offered their support today for accelerating energy efficiency investments in the Granite State by increasing the state’s energy-efficiency resource standard (EERS).  

Utilities Collaborate to Expand 5G Networks Across the Country

Duke Energy is working with telecom companies and municipalities to expand wireless capacity
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You probably don’t pay attention to streetlights in your neighborhood, but they are at the forefront of ensuring speedy wireless service for your phone and other devices.

Duke Energy has been leading an effort to improve how utilities and wireless companies deploy digital solutions in a faster, cost-effective and appealing way that benefits communities. The company recently led an effort to locate hundreds of 5G small cell technology on streetlights in uptown Charlotte and other cities.

SCE Helps Pomona Fairplex Install 200 EV Chargers

The largest Charge Ready project to date is completed on time amid COVID-related challenges.
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by Paul Griffo

Southern California Edison recently completed the largest Charge Ready electric vehicle charging project to date at the site of the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona — on time and under budget, even amid challenges related to COVID-19.

A Throwaway Society That's Full to Overflowing

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Hong Kong is still a throwaway society, despite a growing environment awareness in recent years. Every day – shockingly – the city generates enough municipal solid waste to fill four Olympic-sized swimming pools.

Waste management is an increasing hot topic as Hong Kong’s three landfill sites stay on course to reach their capacity within a few years. As a result of insufficient waste infrastructure, landfill remains the major method of waste disposal.

Supporting Paris Agreement Reentry to Complement Significant Industry Progress

By Lynn Good, Chair, President and Chief Executive Officer, Duke Energy
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Our country is at a critical point in addressing the important issue of climate change. At Duke Energy, we’re taking aggressive action to address this challenge while delivering affordable, reliable, and increasingly clean energy. This is what our customers, communities and stakeholders expect from us and what we expect from ourselves.

Splendid Isolation

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Extreme situations call for extreme solutions – particularly when the world is in the grip of a devastating pandemic and lives depends upon fast, decisive action.

So, when the Hong Kong government created a quarantine centre to stop the spread of the disease, CLP Power rose to the challenge and provided the technical expertise to make it possible in record time.

What Does It Take to Build the World's Largest Energy Storage System?

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What does it take to build the world’s largest energy storage system? The Vistra Zero Moss Landing project is comprised of nearly 100,000 individual battery modules – and so much more. This remarkable technology is all housed in a fully refurbished, 70-year-old former power plant turbine building.

Floating Blue Ammonia Production: Creating a Zero-Carbon Emission Fuel

Economic investment opportunities exist while transforming the global gas industry
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January 15, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Today more than ever, there is strong economic incentive for decarbonization solutions. 

Decarbonization efforts are gathering momentum across governments, big business and financial institutions around the world. The three largest importers of liquified natural gas (LNG) – China, Japan and Korea – have pledged to go carbon neutral no later than 2060, and many of the world’s largest and most influential corporations are actively setting ambitious net-zero targets.

National Grid Joins Low-Carbon Resources Initiative Aimed at Enabling Affordable Net Zero Path

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WALTHAM, Mass., January 13, 2020 /3BL Media/ - National Grid today joined the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI), a five-year initiative to develop and demonstrate key clean energy technologies and decarbonization solutions. These include clean hydrogen, bioenergy, and renewable natural gas, all potential pathways to a decarbonized future. 

Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI)

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