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Mar
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Gridlock: Visualizing the U.S. Clean Energy Backlog

The U.S. has almost 2 million megawatts (MW) of solar, wind, and storage capacity on hold in interconnection queues, seeking connection to the electrical grid. However, the lack of transmission infrastructure, in addition to a lengthy permitting process, has resulted in a bottleneck of clean energy projects awaiting approval before they can be plugged into the grid.

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23
Feb
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Sustainable Aviation Fuel: Incentives or Mandates to Fuel Growth?

A long-standing debate between the free economy regions on each side of the Atlantic Ocean:

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22
Feb
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Cars: Manufacturers’ Value Proposition v. Motorists’ Real Usage

New cars are on an inflation rise, in size and price. A recent post exposed

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21
Feb
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Amid News of Slowdown, U.S. Electric Car Sales Set to Keep Growing

You wouldn’t know it by reading the latest news headlines, but electric-car sales grew at

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07
Feb
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In India, Battery Swapping Fuels Electric Market for 2 and 3 Wheels

Electric car sales are skyrocketing in China, rising in Europe and getting started in the

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31
Jan
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African Energy Leader Calls for Reality Check on Minerals Extraction

Africa’s energy commissioner has a message to countries ramping up their clean technologies: Be careful

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