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Ways2H Announces Calif. Waste-to-Hydrogen Project (Ind. Report)
Date: 2020-07-01
In the Golden State, Long Beach-based Ways2H and Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based engineering, procurement, and construction firm Ford, Bacon & Davis LLC are reporting a joint project to design and build a modular waste-to-hydrogen -- renewable hydrogen fuel for the power generation and transportation sectors -- production facility in Kern County, California by the end of 2020.

The California project will be Ways2H's second transportable, modular waste-to-hydrogen unit, after its first such commercial modular project in Japan. (Source: Ways2H, POWER, 30 June, 2020) Contact: Ways2H, Jean-Louis Kindler, CEO , (562) 414-4150,,; Ford, Bacon & Davis LLC,

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Danish Partnership to Produce Sustainable Fuels (Int'l. Report)
Date: 2020-06-01
Denmark's Moller-Maersk , Orsted, DSV Panalpina, DFDS, Copenhagen Airports, and SAS are reporting partnering for the production of green hydrogen and e-fuel sustainable fuels for land, maritime and air transportation in and around the Copenhagen area.

A proposed facility is slated to be operational by 2023 and at full capacity of 250,000 metric tpy of fuel by 2030. A feasibility study has been launched and if viability is confirmed, the final investment decision to produce sustainable fuels in the first stage of the project should get underway in 2021. (Source: Hydrogen Fuel News, June, 2020)

More Low-Carbon Energy News Green Hydrogen news,  Alternative Fuel news,  Orsted news,  Moller-Maersk news,  

ITM Motive to Build, Own, Operate H2 Fueling Stations (Int'l.)
ITM Power
Date: 2020-06-01
In the UK, Sheffield-headquartered ITM Power reports it is establishing ITM Motive as a separate, wholly owned subsidiary that will own and operate a network of 8 hydrogen refueling stations, which will expand to 11 by the end of 2020. Each station incorporates an ITM Power electrolyzer and a Linde IC90 compression, storage and dispensing system. UK and EU funding to support the project has been arranged, according to the release.

ITM Power manufactures integrated hydrogen energy solutions for grid balancing, energy storage and the production of renewable hydrogen for transport, renewable heat and chemicals. (Source: ITM Power, Website, Green Car Congress, June, 2020) Contact: ITM Power, +44 (0)114 244 5111,

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South Australia Backs Renewable Hydrogen Fuel Ind. (Int'l Report)
South Australia
Date: 2020-04-13
In the Land Down Under, new research from The Australia Institute has found that South Australians support the creation of a hydrogen energy industry in the state if it uses renewable sources of energy. The report found:
  • 79 pct of South Australians would prefer that South Australian hydrogen fuel is generated from renewable sources. -- 6 pct would prefer that it is generated from fossil fuel sources.

  • 73 pct of South Australians say South Australia should only pursue a hydrogen fuel industry if it uses renewable energy -- 13 pct disagree.

    According to the report, South Australia has the potential to be a global hydrogen fuel exporter, but the concept will only receive public support if it uses renewable sources of energy, The South Australian Government has already taken steps towards establishing a renewable hydrogen energy industry (Source: Australia Institute, Website, April, 2020) Contact: Australia Institute, Noah Schultz-Byard, SA Director,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Alternative Fuel,  Hydrogen Fuel,  Green Hydrogen,  

  • HyperSolar Expects Pilot Plant Completion This Spring (Ind Report)
    Green Hydrogen Coalition
    Date: 2020-01-29
    In the Golden State, Santa Barbara-based HyperSolar, Inc., the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and water, is reporting it's Gen 1 product manufacturing pilot plant is slated for completion in late Spring, 2020.

    "HyperSolar is developing a breakthrough, low cost technology to make renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water, including seawater and wastewater. Unlike hydrocarbon fuels, such as oil, coal and natural gas, where carbon dioxide and other contaminants are released into the atmosphere when used, hydrogen fuel usage produces pure water as the only byproduct. By optimizing the science of water electrolysis at the nano-level, our low cost nanoparticles mimic photosynthesis to efficiently use sunlight to separate hydrogen from water, to produce environmentally friendly renewable hydrogen. Using our low cost method to produce renewable hydrogen, we intend to enable a world of distributed hydrogen production for renewable electricity and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles," according to the company website. (Source: HyperSolar, PR, 28 Jan., 2020) Contact: HyperSolar, Tim Young, CEO,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News HyperSolar,  Sola,  Renewable Hydrogenr,  

    GTI Launching Hydrogen Fuel Tech Center (R&D, Ind. Report)
    Gas Technology Institute
    Date: 2020-01-27
    In Des Plaines, Illinois, the not-for-profit Gas Technology Institute (GTI), a research, development and training organization focused on natural gas and energy markets, is reporting the launch of a hydrogen fuel technology center.

    GTI focuses its R&D efforts on the generation of clean hydrogen using hydrocarbon fuels that incorporate carbon capture and/or carbon sequestration CCS) in a cost-effective manner. These technology efforts are directed at both large-scale hydrogen production using natural gas feedstock, and smaller distributed hydrogen production for transportation or remote power generation using either gaseous or liquid hydrocarbon fuels, according to the release.

    Additionally, GTI is partnered with private industry to develop, evaluate, and demonstrate technologies that further the use of hydrogen (H2) as a transportation fuel by delivering infrastructure, vehicle, engine, fuel dispensing, and system solutions for clean transportation fuel cell vehicles. (Source: GTI, Green Car Congress, 26 Jan., 2020) Contact: GTI, 847-768-0500 847-768-0501 - fax,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Gas Technology Institute ,  Alternative Fuel,  Hydrogen Fuel,  Alternative Fuel,  GTI,  ,  

    Orsted Plans "Green Hydrogen" Alt Fuel Pilot Investment (Int'l.)
    Date: 2019-12-06
    In Copenhagen, Danish renewable energy giant ORSTED reports it will to invest in pilot projects that will use wind power and other renewable energy sources to produce hydrogen as an alternative fuel.

    Orsted plans to invest $30 billion in green energy up to 2025 in efforts to be become a major renewable energy firm, leading a shift away from fossil fuels, according to the company. (Source: Orsted, Reuters, Dec., 2019) Contact: Orsted, Henrik Poulsen, CEO, Daniel Lerup, Inv. Relations, +45 99 55 97 22,

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    First Hydrogen-Refilling Station Opens in Seoul (Int'l. Report)
    Hydrogen Fuel
    Date: 2019-09-11
    South Korean automaker Hyundai is reporting the opening of the world's first hydrogen transportation fuel refilling station in the complex of the National Assembly in Seoul. The facility will be operated by Hydrogen Energy Network (HyNet).

    HyNet, new Special Purpose Company (SPC) and a joint venture (JV) between auto manufacturer Hyundai a dozen other leading industrial companies, aims to expand the hydrogen fueling infrastructure in South Korea by installing 100 stations by 2022 and to operate them until 2029.

    The city of Seoul also plans to build 11 hydrogen station within the capital city by 2022 and to provide more than 3,000 units of fuel cell electric vehicles by the same year. (Source: Hyundai, The Korea Herald/Asia News Network , 10 Sept., 2019) Contact: HyNet,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Hydrogen,  Alternative Fuel,  

    German H2 Fueling Station, Power-to-Gas Plant Opens (Int'l Report)
    Wind2Gas Energy
    Date: 2019-08-19
    In Germany, Winde2Gas Energy is reporting the roll out of the first wind-to-gas hydrogen (H2) refueling station in the town of Brunsbuttel, Schleswig-Holstein, The station can refuel up to 80 hydrogen cars daily.

    The new Brunsbuttel hydrogen fuel station is funded with €1,022,667 ($1,147,176 +-) from the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) through the National Innovation Programme for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP).

    The town of Brunsbuttel also hosts the first plant in Schleswig-Holstein to feed green hydrogen into the natural gas grid. (Source: Wind2Gas Energy, Linde, Hydrogen Fuel News, 13 Aug., 2019) Contact: Wind2Gas Energy, Tim Brandt, Managing Director, +49 (0)4852 83 76 976,,

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    $50Mn Green Hydrogen Fuel Plant Slated for New Zealand (Int'l)
    Ballance Agri-Nutrients, Hiringa Energy
    Date: 2019-06-24
    In New Zealand, Tauranga-based Ballance Agri-Nutrients and New Plymouth-headquartered fueling infrastructure specialist Hiringa Energy Ltd. have confirmed a joint development agreement for a $50 million clean-tech project to produce green hydrogen using renewable energ at Ballance's Kapuni ammonia-urea plant in Taranaki .

    The project, which aims to develop a sustainable green hydrogen market in New Zealand is expected to generate sufficient green hydrogen to fuel as many as 6,000 buses and trucks per year . (Source: Gas World,PR 24 June, 2019) Contact: Hiringa Energy, Andrew Clennett, CEO,,; Ballance Agri-Nutrients, Mark Wayne, CEO,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Hydrogen news,  Green Hydrogen Fuel news,  

    Ameren Missouri to Acquire 300 Missouri MW Wind Project (M&A)
    Ameren Missouri
    Date: 2019-05-15
    In the Show Me State, Ameren Missouri is reporting it will purchase a planned 300 MW wind generation facility to be located in Atchison County, Missouri, from Enel subsidiary Tradewind Energy.When fully operational, the facility is expected to generate sufficient electric power for as many as 90,000 homes. The deal is subject to regulatory approval. (Source: Ameren, Hydrogen Fuel News, 14 May, 2019)

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Ameren Missouri,  Wind,  

    $3Mn Funding for BC Hydrogen Fueling Stations (Funding Report)
    Date: 2019-05-08
    Natural Resources Canada (NRC) and the provincial Government of British Columbia is reporting $3 million in funding for two North Vancouver-based Hydrogen Technology and Energy Corporation (HTEC) hydrogen filling stations in that province. HTEC is building a hydrogen filling station network to support the rollout of fuel cell electric vehicles.

    HTEC will receive $2 million funding from NRC through its Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment Initiative (EVAFIDI), and $1 million from The Government of British Columbia through its Clean Energy Vehicle Programme.

    The funding is part of Canada's $182.5 million investment to develop a coast-to-coast fast-charging network for electric vehicles and to establish natural gas stations along key freight corridors and hydrogen stations in metropolitan centres. The investment will also ensure Canada-US alignment of standards for low-carbon vehicles and refuelling infrastructure. (Source: HTEC, gasworld, May, 2019) Contact: HTEC, Colin Armstrong, CEO, (604) 904-0412,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News HTEC,  Hydrogen,  

    Worldwide Wind Turbine Mapping Project Well Underway (Ind Report)
    Date: 2019-04-12
    Cloud-based renewable energy market intelligence expert IntelStor is touting a unique wind-turbine mapping project which seeks to map the geo-locations of every wind turbine in the world. To date the project has completed the mapping of 107,902 out of 355,793 onshore and offshore wind turbines across in 38 countries. THE project is intended to "clean up" data that has been provided by governments and industry trade association and increase the precision in the data sets, according to Windpower Engineering & Development.

    By removing inaccuracies from data sets, this allows for greater accuracy in global market statistics. More specifically, the inaccuracies have been removed from data sets that include the U.S. Geological Survey and Federal Aviation Administration database in the U.S., WindStats data sets in the Netherlands, the Danish Energy Agency master data register, and INEGI in Portugal. (Source: IntelStor, Hydrogen Fuel News, 11 April, 2019) Contact: IntelStor,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Wind,  Renewable Energy,  

    EDF Announces Hydrogen Fuel Subsidiary Hynamics B.V. (Int'l)
    Date: 2019-04-08
    Paris-headquartered French energy supplier Electricite de France (EDF) is reporting the establishment of Hynamics B.V., a new subsidiary headquartered in Dongen, the Netherlands. The new company will develop a range of hydrogen solutions for industrial and mobility customers through ivestments in hydrogen production plants and infrastructure solutions such as filling stations for commercial vehicle fleets, and has identified around 40 target projects in Europe, according to a press release.

    Hynamics plans to generate hydrogen through water electrolysis, which would reduce CO2 emissions to zero. The prerequisite for this is that the electricity used for production also comes from renewable sources, the releases motes. (Source: EDF, PR, 6 April, 2019) Contact: EDF Group, Jean-Bernard Levy, CEO,; Hynamics BV, +31 162 323 286,;

    More Low-Carbon Energy News EDF,  Hydrogen,  Alternative Fuel,  

    GM Increases Wind Energy Investment (Ind. Report)
    General Motors
    Date: 2019-03-08
    In the Motor City, automaker General Motors (GM) reports it will purchase 300,000 MWh of renewable wind power from DTE Energy to run its Warren Tech Center as well as most of its world headquarters at the Renaissance Center in Detroit.

    In February, Ford Motor Company made a similar commitment to procure 500,000 MWh of locally sourced Michigan wind energy via DTE's MIGreen Power Program.

    Among its clean energy efforts, GM is a member of the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance as well as an early signatory of RE100, which is a collaborative global initiative that brings together influential businesses that are committed to 100 pct renewable power and the delivery of renewable electricity.

    DTE Energy, which has 13 wind parks in Michigan, plans to double its renewable energy capacity over the next five years, investing in another $2 billion by 2024. The utility also proposes to build at least 3,000 additional MW of solar and wind energy over the next 20 years. DTE currently produces about 1,000 MW of primarily wind renewable energy. (Source: GM, Crains Detroit Business, Hydrogen Fuel News, 4 Mar., 2019)Contact: DTE Energy, Trevor Lauer, Pres., COO, Irene Dimitry, VP Business Planning & Development, (313) 235-9994,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News DTE,  DTE MIGreen,  General Motors,  Wind,  

    DOE FCTO, MEDC Announce Hydrogen MoU (Ind. Report)
    DOE Fuel Cell Technologies Office
    Date: 2019-01-23
    DOE Fuel Cell Technologies Office (FCTO) is reporting a MoU with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) aiming to enhance collaboration on hydrogen and fuel cell research and development (R&D) and develop emerging hydrogen fuel infrastructure technologies and grow the domestic supply chain.

    DOE's Fuel Cell Technologies Office focuses on advancing an innovative portfolio of hydrogen fuel and fuel cell technologies through early-stage applied research and technology development, including: hydrogen production (from diverse domestic resources, including renewable, fossil, and nuclear resources); infrastructure development (including hydrogen delivery and storage); and fuel cells for transportation, stationary, and portable applications. Source: DOE FCTO, PR, Clean Car Congress, 19 Jan., 2019) Contact: US DOE FCTO,; Michigan Economic Development Corporation,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Hydrogen Fuel,  Fuel Cell,  

    Golden State Mandating Carbon-Free Buses by 2029 (Ind. Report)
    California Air Resources Board
    Date: 2018-12-17
    In Sacramento, the California Air Resources Board unanimously agreed last week to require all new buses be carbon-free by 2029. Environmental advocates project that the last buses emitting greenhouse gases will be phased out by 2040.

    California presently has 153 zero-emission buses on the road now with hundreds more on order. Most of them are electric, though technology also exists for buses powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Existing state and federal subsidies are available to help transit agencies absorb some of the higher costs of carbon-free buses, along with money from the state's settlement with Volkswagen over the German automaker's emission-cheating software.

    The transportation sector accounts for 40 pct of California's greenhouse gases, and those emissions are rising even as electrical emissions have fallen substantially. California needs to drastically reduce transportation emissions to meet its aggressive climate change goals. (Source: CARB, 14 Dec., 2018) Contact: California Air Resources Board, Melanie Turner, Information Officer, (916) 322-2990,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News California Air Resources Board.Low Carbon FUel,  

    Biogas Hydrogen Fuel Station Funded in California (Ind. Report)
    California Energy Commission
    Date: 2018-11-09
    In Sacramento, the California Energy Commission reports approval of $8 million in grant funding for the development of a high-capacity hydrogen fueling station at the Port of Long Beach.

    The facility would service and promote the expansion of zero-emission fuel cell electric Class 8 drayage trucks used at the port facility. The station will source its hydrogen "from 100 percent renewable biogas," the Commission release notes. (Source: California Energy Commission, Nov., 2018)Contact: California Energy Commission, (916) 465-4500,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Biogas,  California Energy Commission,  Alternative Fuel,  Hydrogen ,  

    GM Proposing National Zero-Emissions Vehicle Rule (Ind. Report)
    General Motors
    Date: 2018-10-26
    In Detroit, it is being widely reported the America's largest auto maker General Motors will ask the federal government for one national gas mileage standard, including a requirement that a percentage of auto companies' sales be zero-emissions vehicles that run on electricity or hydrogen fuel cells.

    Although full details of the auto giant's proposal are not yet available, the GM proposal is thought to be based on current standards now required in California and nine other states. Under those rules, GM must sell a minimum of around 2,200 fully electric vehicles in California this year, or about 1.1 percent of the roughly 200,000 cars, trucks and SUVs that it normally sells in the state each year.

    Under a regulation finalized by the EPA in the waning days of the Obama administration, the fleet of new automobiles would have to deliver 36 mpg by 2025 -- 10 mpg higher than the current requirement. (Source: GM, Washington Post, Various Media,26 Oct., 2018) Contact: GM, Mark Reuss, Exec. VP Product Development,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Vehicle Emissions,  

    Concordia Funded for Arctic Renewables R&D (R&D, Funding)
    Concordia University
    Date: 2018-03-28
    In Montreal, a Concordia University research team reports it has been awarded $1.2 million in funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation. The funding will support development of a new facility focused on examining sustainable power.

    The new facility will be equipped with solar panels, hydrogen fuel cells, and wind turbines, the performance of which will be tracked and further developed by the research team. Researchers will analyze the efficiency of these energy sources as well as their impact and safety in Arctic regions where reliable heat and electric power id crucially important. (Source: Concordia, PR, Hydrogen Fuel News, 27 Mar., 2018) Contact: Concordia University, (514) 848-2424,; Canada Foundation for Innovation,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Renewable Energy,  Concordia University,  

    Oil Majors Commit to Low-Carbon Energy (Ind. Report)
    British Petroleum,Royal Dutch Shell,Low-Carbon Energy
    Date: 2018-02-26
    UK-headquartered petroleum giant British Petroleum plc (BP) has announced it is investing $500 million a year in a push for low-carbon energy. The oil company says it sees "significant commercial potential" in solar power and is becoming more active in trading carbon credits. It also plans to set targets for emissions from operations, according to Bloomberg.

    As previously reported, Royal Dutch Shell plc recently announced it would spend as much as $1 billion a year on renbewable through its New Energies division. According to the report, Shell sees opportunities in hydrogen fuel-cells, liquefied natural gas, and next-generation biofuels for air travel, shipping and heavy freight. (Source: BP, CS News, Bloomberg, Various Media, 21 Feb., 2018) Contact: BP,

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    Crimson Renewable Energy, First Element Fuel Score CEC Funds (Funding)
    Crimson Renewable Energy,California Energy Commission
    Date: 2018-01-19
    The California Energy Commission (CEC) reports it has approved $4.4 million in grant funding to Bakersfield-based Crimson Renewable Energy LP to design and operate an advanced commercial-scale biorefinery that converts restaurant trap grease, inedible animal fats, and other low-value feedstocks into biodiesel fuel. The grant is funded through ARFVTP which invests in advanced alternative and renewable fuels and vehicle technologies.

    The CEC also awarded Newport Beach-based First Element Fuel almost $8 million in Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP) grants to construct hydrogen fueling stations in Redwood City, Studio City, Beverly Hills, and Mission Hills. (Source: California Energy Commission, Green Car Congress, Others, 18 Jan., 2018) Contact: First Element Fuel, (949) 205-5553,; Crimson Renewable Energy, (661) 617-8600,; California Energy Commission, (916) 465-4500,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News California Energy Commission,  Alternative Fuel,  Hydrogen,  

    Calif. to Consider Ban on Gas-Powered Cars by 2040 (Reg & Leg)
    Date: 2017-12-11
    In the environmental bellwether state, legislation that would ban gasiline-powered cars by 2040 is expected to be introduced in California's democrat dominated legislature in the upcoming January, 2018 session. If passed into law, the California Motor Vehicle Department would only register vehicles that did not produce carbon dioxide emissions. Based on currently available technology, that would mean only battery-electric or hydrogen fuel-cell cars would be permissible after 2040.

    The UK, France, Germany, and others have taken similar steps and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has previously proposed banning internal-combustion engines. Governor Jerry Brown has also come out in support of the move. Transportation is currently the leading source of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. (Source: Futurism, CARB, Various Media, Dec., 2017) Contact: CARB, (800) 242-4450,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News California Air Resources Board,  Transportation Emissions,  Low carbon Fuels,  

    Energy Storage Projects Score South Australia Funding (Int'l Funding)
    South Australia,
    Date: 2017-12-01
    In the Land Down Under, the State of South Australia Government is reporting that $8 million of its $150 million Renewable Technology Fund is being awarded to support four storage projects encompassing batteries, hydrogen fuel cells and thermal energy from waste.

    The grant winners include $1.6 million towards a $3.2 million thermal storage project using technology developed by the Adelaide-based company 1414 Degrees; Heathgate Resources Beverley mine -- $1 million towards a $2.7 million modular and relocatable solar PV and battery storage project; UniSA -- $3.6 million for a $7.7 million project that will include hydrogen production and a 50kW hydrogen fuel cell, a flow battery, chilled water storage and solar PV; and Schneider Electric and Planet Ark Power -- $1.95 million to support a $13.9 million solar PV and battery project that incorporates a micro-grid management system. (Source: Adelaide IN Daily, 28 Nov., 2017)

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Energy Storage,  

    PowerHouse Advancing UK Waste-to-Hydrogen Fuel System (Int'l)
    PowerHouse Energy
    Date: 2017-11-29
    In the UK, London-based clean energy company PowerHouse Energy Group Plc reports it has completed pre-front-end engineering and design work on a 25 tpd synthetic gas (syngas) plant, and will now finalize its selection of vendors for the plant's components.

    PowerHouse uses a "Distributed Modular Gasification" (DMG) technology to transform waste materials into syngas that can be turned into 99.99 pct clean hydrogen, which can then be used as transportation fuel or to power energy facilities. (Source: PowerHouse Energy Group Plc, Proactive Investors, Others, 23 Nov., 2017) Contact: Powerhouse Energy Group Plc, +44 (0) 203 368 6399,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News PowerHouse Energy ,  

    PowerHouse Announces Qatar Waste-to-Hydrogen Fuel JV (Int'l)
    PowerHouse Energy Group
    Date: 2017-09-25
    UK-based PowerHouse Energy Group reports it has entered into a MoU with Doha, Qatar-headquartered Energy & Environment Holding (EEH), an independent energy and environmental consulting firm, to jointly investigate establishment of a network of "DMG" systems for the conversion of waste-to-hydrogen and distribution of the fuel.

    According to a release, EEH would hold 51 pct of the joint venture project and be responsible for the acquisition of suitable land, permitting, licenses or approvals and identifying and supplying appropriate waste streams, as well as securing project financing. (Source: PowerHouse Energy Group, PR, 21 Sept., 2017) Contact: PowerHouse Energy Group, +44 (0) 203 368 6399,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Waste-to-Fuel,  

    Wind Coming Up in Minnesota (Ind. Report)
    Minnesota Commerce Commission
    Date: 2017-08-16
    According to the US DOE, wind energy accounts for approximately 18 pct of all electricity generated in Minnesota which currently ranks seventh in the nation in terms of wind energy capacity.

    In 2016, the state's wind farms generated sufficient electricity to power 150,000 average homes at a cost that is competitive with natural gas and other forms of energy, according to Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman. (Source: US DOE, MPR, Hydrogen Fuel News, Aug., 2017) Contact: Minnesota Commerce Commission, Mike Rothman, (651) 539-1600,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Minnesota Commerce Commission,  Wind,  

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