- “LA On Track To Have A Fully Renewable Energy Power Grid By 2045” • Los Angeles may be on track to reach its ambitious and unprecedented goal of creating a power supply of 100% renewable electricity by 2045 and possibly sooner. Research by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory says that this goal is achievable if LA stays on track. [Courthouse News]
- “New Wind Capacity Hits 93 GW In 2020” • The wind industry installed 93 GW of new capacity in 2020, up 53% from 2019, a report from the Global Wind Energy Council shows. The global wind power market has nearly quadrupled in size over the past decade with record growth in 2020 driven largely by China and the US, the report found. [reNEWS]
- “EIA’s AEO2021 Shows Growing Use Of Batteries On The US Electricity Grid” • The Energy Information Administration’s “Annual Energy Outlook 2021” projects a significant amounts of battery energy storage will be added to the grid. In the reference case, which reflects current laws and regulations, there will be 59 GW of US battery storage in 2050. [CleanTechnica]
- “Invenergy Completes Financing Of 999-MW US Project” • Invenergy completed construction financing for its largest wind energy development to date, the 999-MW Traverse Wind Energy Center. Traverse will be built in Custer, Blaine, and Kingfisher Counties in Oklahoma, as part of the 1485-MW North Central Wind Energy Facilities. [reNEWS]
- “Annova LNG Discontinues LNG Project” • Due to changes in the global LNG market, Annova LNG announced the immediate discontinuation of its liquified natural gas export facility under development in Brownsville, Texas. The company had proposed building a 6.5 MTPA liquified natural gas export facility at the Port of Brownsville. [BIC Magazine]
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