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Generating Change: Wartsila’s Evolution

At-a-Glance Finnish company Wartsila evolved from humble beginnings as a sawmill into a global marine and energy powerhouse that is today a model of customer value creation, decarbonization, and growth amid uncertainty. Driving that triumph over its 188-year history is a consistent spirit of innovation and flexibility. For more, read Generating Change: Wartsila’s Evolution. Key Read more →

DOE awards $100 million for innovative floating wind, pumped storage and other emerging clean energy tech

At-a-Glance Eight companies working on technological advancements in clean energy have been awarded millions in federal funding to help scale up production on innovations that would streamline sectors such as offshore wind and pumped storage. For more, read DOE awards $100 million for innovative floating wind, pumped storage and other emerging clean energy tech. Key Read more →

Climate Progress Is Happening, Just Not Fast Enough

At-a-Glance The COP27 conference was a win for the planet, but more work – and investment – is crucial. For more, read Climate Progress Is Happening, Just Not Fast Enough. Key Takeaways An important victory achieved at COP27 was the growing acceptance among nations that the battle against climate change requires more robust mobilization of Read more →

US wind, solar tripled over the past decade: analysis

At-a-Glance:  The United States generated three times as much renewable electricity from the sun and wind last year in comparison to 2012, a new analysis has found. Seven states alone now produce enough electricity from these sources, as well as geothermal energy, to cover half of their consumption, according to an online energy dashboard. Read Read more →

Throwing Shade Is Solar Energy’s New Superpower

At-a-Glance:  In America, solar power could be a new cash crop for farmers as the new innovation known as agrivoltaics grows. It is the process of farmers leasing land to solar farms and incorporating the panels as they plant crops or raise livestock. Read more in: Throwing Shade Is Solar Energy’s New Superpower. Key Takeaways: Read more →