It's Not Easy Being BlueEnergy Institute Blog

https://energyathaas.wordpress.com/2018/07/16/its-not-easy-being-blue/
site-preview

Jul 16, 2018 ... According to some energy aficionados, natural gas is the “blue bridge to the green future.” Combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plants ... OPEN MENU OVERLAYENERGY INSTITUTE BLOG Research that Informs Business and Public Policy POSTED JULY 16, 2018 BY CATHERINE WOLFRAM7 COMMENTS ON IT’S NOT EASY BEING BLUE UNCATEGORIZED A recent Federal Energy Regulatory Commission decision illustrates the complicated dance between states and the federal government on climate policy. According to some energy aficionados, natural gas is the “blue bridge to the green future.” Combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plants are highly efficient and emit about half the carbon dioxide per unit of electricity as coal plants, plus natural gas prices have fallen dramatically recently. Natural gas surpassed coal as the primary source of electricity in the US in 2015 and hasn’t looked back since. But, things are not so easy for natural gas power plant owners these days. My husband works for Calpine, which operates 80 mostly natural gas plants around the country, so I see firsthand the challenges he wrestles with. A recent case before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) highlights the difficulties for natural gas plants, particularly those that rely on compensation from competitive wholesale markets. Here’s the basic story. Like many wholesale electricity markets in the U.S., the PJM Interconnection – the regional electricity market centered in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland – has a capacity market. Capacity markets are designed to ensure that there are sufficient resources on the electricity grid to meet future peak demand. Utilities and other electricity suppliers are required to purchase enough capacity to cover their expected peak demand and then some.



Energy Institute

https://energy.umich.edu/
site-preview

The demand for economically and environmentally-sound energy solutions is urgent and ... At the Energy Institute, we develop solutions to pressing energy challenges, ... of Michigan | Office of Research The University of Michigan | Planet Blue. The demand for economically and environmentally-sound energy solutions is urgent and global. AT THE ENERGY INSTITUTE, WE DEVELOP SOLUTIONS TO PRESSING ENERGY CHALLENGES, FEATURING RESEARCH TO ADVANCE VEHICLE ELECTRIFICATION IN THE UNITED STATES AND WORLDWIDE. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ENERGY INSTITUTE Transportation Energy Innovation Transportation energy research at the University of Michigan aims to develop breakthroughs that will enable a FAST transition to low-carbon mobility systems and to inform industry, policymakers and the public about cost-effective ways to mitigate transportation sector CO₂ emissions globally, nationally and regionally. Learn more about Transportation Energy Innovation Transportation Energy Innovation Transportation energy research at the University of Michigan aims to develop breakthroughs that will enable a FAST transition to low-carbon mobility systems and to inform industry, policymakers and the public about cost-effective ways to mitigate transportation sector CO₂ emissions globally, nationally and regionally. Learn more about Transportation Energy Innovation University of Michigan Battery Lab The Battery Fabrication and Characterization User Facility enables industry and university researchers to develop cheaper and longer lasting energy-storage devices in the heart of the U.S. auto industry. Learn more about the U-M Battery Lab University of Michigan Battery Lab The Battery Fabrication and Characterization User Facility enables industry and university researchers to develop cheaper and longer lasting energy-storage devices in the heart of the U.S. auto industry.



Great Lakes Energy Institute | The Daily

https://thedaily.case.edu/tag/great-lakes-energy-institute/
site-preview

Great Lakes Energy Institute's Grant Goodrich weighs in on U.S. House Democrats' plan to reduce net ... photo of the wind turbine on campus against blue sky ... Great Lakes Energy Institute’s Grant Goodrich weighs in on U.S. House Democrats’ plan to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions Democrats' plan to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 sidesteps political tripwires Forbes: Grant Goodrich, executive director of the Great Lakes Energy Insti... New use for plastic waste being developed Case Western Reserve researchers developing process to recycle ‘thermoset’ plastics; examples include wind-turbine blades, auto parts, boats, other structural ... Case Western Reserve completes license option with “spinout” company Edifice Analytics Inc. Technology developed at CWRU allows a building’s energy use to be audited remotely, saving time and money      Case Western Reserve Univ... SCIENCE & TECHUNIVERSITY NEWS 1 Clean Energy Trust named 2020 Channel Partner Award winner Clean Energy Trust recently announced that it was named a 2020 Channel Partner Award winner by the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2), a technology incubat... ThinkEnergy Fellows Program accepting applications The Great Lakes Energy Institute is now accepting applications from all CWRU students for the 2020-2021 ThinkEnergy Fellows Program. The yearlong program is de... Saving energy, saving money, helping the environment and training future engineers U.S. Department of Energy awards newest  ‘Industrial Assessment Center’ to Case Western Reserve University, covering parts of Ohio, Michigan and Western P... Great Lakes Energy Institute’s Grant Goodrich speaks about optimizing wind farms in Ohio



Blue Energy Battery | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

https://woods.stanford.edu/news/blue-energy-battery
site-preview

Jul 31, 2019 ... Stanford researchers developed an affordable, durable technology that can harness energy created when salty ocean water and freshwater ... Skip to contentSkip to navigation FOX NEWS, FORBES, THE WEATHER CHANNEL, NEW YORK POST AND MORE... Stanford researchers developed an affordable, durable technology that can harness energy created when salty ocean water and freshwater mingle. Clean energy? Researchers develop technology to harness power from freshwater and seawater(link is external) | Fox News | 7/30/19 Researchers Develop Technology To Harness Energy From Mixing Of Freshwater And Seawater(link is external) | Forbes | 7/30/19 Stanford Researchers Create Battery to Harness 'Blue Energy' from Wastewater Mixed with Ocean Water(link is external) | The Weather Channel | 7/29/19 Scientists develop way to turn wastewater into affordable, renewable energy(link is external) | New York Post | 7/31/19 "Blue power" could make wastewater plants energy-independent(link is external) | New Atlas | 7/29/19 Saltwater could provide another source of renewable energy(link is external) | Earth.com News | 7/31/19 Stanford scientists harness energy from mixing of fresh and saltwater(link is external) | Slash Gear | 7/31/19 Unleashing the power of blue energy (link is external)| Innovators Magazine | 7/30/19 Scientists develop battery that taps into ‘blue energy’ formed when freshwater meets seawater(link is external) | ZME Science | 7/31/19 People&Planet is the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment’s monthly newsletter, sharing Stanford research, people in the news, programs and events related to the environment. © Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305.



Infrastructure Lost: Why America Cannot Afford to Keep It In the ...

https://www.globalenergyinstitute.org/infrastructure-lost-why-america-cannot -afford-keep-it-ground-report
site-preview

In support of this agenda, they are actively fighting against as many energy ... costs: Power plants that are cancelled mean fewer job opportunities for blue collar ... The Global Energy Institute and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce continue to closely monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and are committed to providing businesses, workers, and families the help they need. Click here for the latest resources, guidance and insights. Infrastructure Lost: Why America Cannot Afford to Keep It In the Ground In recent years, anti-energy groups have rallied around a singular theme: “Keep it in the Ground.” Environmental activists argue that many of our most reliable energy sources – coal, natural gas, and oil – should not be accessed at all, and instead be left deep underground. In support of this agenda, they are actively fighting against as many energy infrastructure and development projects as they can – pipelines and transportation networks, power plants and transmission lines, export facilities, and much more. This campaign has significant costs: Power plants that are cancelled mean fewer job opportunities for blue collar workers and potential challenges for electric reliability. Pipelines that aren’t built mean higher energy prices, as residents in the Northeast have discovered during frigid winters. Delaying or altogether blocking energy infrastructure means foregone tax revenue that would pay for public services, schools, emergency response, and roads. While these efforts have been reported on over the years, their aggregate economic impact has never been calculated, until now. The mission of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Energy Institute is to unify policymakers, regulators, business leaders, and the American public behind a common sense energy strategy.




Precourt Institute for Energy ***** Single electric grid with blue sky and clouds in the background. Powering Innovations in Natural Gas. Red natural gas pipes. Financing the New Global Energy ...

https://energy.stanford.edu/

Single electric grid with blue sky and clouds in the background. Powering
Innovations in Natural Gas. Red natural gas pipes. Financing the New Global
Energy ...






Ads