“Our food system generates two major waste streams that have traditionally ended up on the negative side of their potential – the manure that comes from farm animals, and the inedible food waste that happens at the food manufacturing or retail level. There is a solution that addresses both of these missed opportunities and reduces…
In this first edition of the Progress or Politics Report, we break down some of the recent dialogue around a heavily debated anaerobic digestion project in Seaford, Delaware.
“Bidirectional charging enables energy to flow in and out of vehicles, allowing EVs to provide backup power to buildings or specific loads, through vehicle-to-building charging.”
“Shoals Technologies’ new aboveground cabling system can be deployed in a fraction of the time and eliminates a lot of the guesswork — and extra cost.”
ICF and Norton Rose Fulbright teamed up to examine hydrogen’s role in achieving near-to-mid-term decarbonization targets.
ICF reports on how organizations around the world are decarbonizing their economies by developing smart strategies in grid edge management, distributed energy resources, renewables development, climate mitigation and more.
“Clean hydrogen and related technologies can play a key role in decarbonizing many sectors, including medium- and heavy-duty transportation; industries such as ammonia and steel; heating applications; and power generation, including enabling long duration energy storage.”
“With over US$300 billion allocated to spur investments […] the Act will spark a boom in decarbonization technologies over the next ten years.”
“The National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency was a private-public initiative to create a sustainable, aggressive national commitment to energy efficiency through the collaborative efforts of gas and electric utilities, utility regulators, and other partner organizations.”
“The energy transition is a rapid evolution fueled by a collective commitment to a sustainable future. Technology is a crucial enabler. From biofuels to hydrogen and carbon capture, utilization and storage, innovation is the key that will unlock a lower-carbon world.”