The opening few lines in the latest offering of Nexus Clean Energy News shows why this free newsletter is a must read.
New research finds that clean energy would be cheaper than over 90 percent of proposed natural gas plants. Los Angeles is moving ahead with a record-low solar plus storage project after the developer reached an agreement to use union labor. Electric vehicles take center stage at the Frankfurt auto show as companies roll out a range of battery-powered models. Oil majors are on track to complete a record number of clean energy deals this year, with digital and efficiency technology the most popular investment.
------------------QUOTE OF THE WEEK“If you look at how things pencil out, we’re at a tipping point,” said Mark Dyson, Rocky Mountain Institute electricity markets analyst and co-author of a new report. "Here's evidence that the switch from gas to clean energy makes economic sense and is compatible with utility companies' need for reliability."
|Solar installation at a Middleton, WI landfill. WI DNR web photo|