Articles by Nichola Groom

California Says It Needs More Power To Keep The Lights On

California energy officials on Friday issued a sober forecast for the state's electrical grid, saying it lacks sufficient capacity to keep the lights on this summer and beyond if heatwaves, wildfires or other extreme events take their toll.

U.S. To Consider Tariffs On Southeast Asian Solar Imports

U.S. trade officials on Monday said they will launch an investigation that could result in tariffs on solar panels imported from four Southeast Asian nations, a blow to clean energy project developers that rely on cheap imports to keep costs down.

U.S. Offshore Wind Auction Set To Bust Through Record

The largest ever U.S. sale of offshore wind development rights - for areas off the coasts of New York and New Jersey - attracted record-setting bids on Wednesday from companies seeking to be a part of President Joe Biden's plan to create a booming new domestic industry.

U.S. Offshore Wind Auction Attracts Record-setting Bids

The largest ever U.S. sale of offshore wind development rights - for areas off the coasts of New York and New Jersey - attracted record-setting bids on Wednesday from companies seeking to be a part of President Joe Biden's plan to create a booming new domestic industry.

U.S. To Hold Its Biggest Offshore Wind Auction

The United States will hold its biggest ever sale of offshore wind development rights on Wednesday, in an area covering nearly half a million acres off the coasts of New York and New Jersey.
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