October 18, 2023 - WorldOra Carbon News
The DOE-Office of Electricity Newsletter America’s 21st-century power grid will integrate increasingly diverse sources of
electricity, including greater amounts of inverter-based resources, and that creates tremendous opportunities for advancements in the performance and affordability of long duration energy storage technologies. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Electricity (OE) is at the forefront of catalyzing groundbreaking advancements and promoting innovation in this field. We commemorated World Energy Storage Day last month by showcasing a series of informative and insightful blogs from distinguished leaders in OE’s divisions.
World may have crossed solar power 'tipping point,' study suggests "The recent progress of renewables means that fossil fuel-dominated projections are no longer realistic," Dr. Femke Nijsse, from Exeter's Global Systems Institute.
"In other words, we have avoided the 'business as usual' scenario for the power sector."
The study, based on a data-driven model of technology and economics, finds that solar PV (photovoltaics) is likely to become the dominant power source before 2050—even without support from more ambitious climate policies.
Micromobility America returns to San Francisco with the latest light vehicle information. Micromobility America is set for its latest annual US-based conference, bringing together many of the leading companies, consultants, policymakers, and more in the micromobility industry. Two days of e-bikes, e-scooters, and just about everything else is set to kick off later this week.