Panel: More renewables, please: how can the industry scale use and conquer intermittency?
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In July 2022, the U.S. state of Rhode Island passed a law that will require all of the state’s electricity to be offset by renewable energy by 2033. It’s the most aggressive renewable energy standard among any US state at the time of writing and a clear indication of the serious intent to reach the government’s goal of net-zero by 2050.
With locally generated renewable energy presenting the clearest and most cost-effective path toward a sustainable and climate-friendly future for the industry, which tools, technologies and practices can large operators deploy to support demand response?
And, how are the clean hydrogen initiatives of the Biden-Harris administration likely to impact the timeline surrounding the ditching of diesel?
This session took place on September 28, 2022
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