Renewable Energy News: Deepwater Wind Seeks Maryland Approval for 120-MW Skipjack Offshore Project
Skipjack Offshore Energy LLC applied Nov. 30 with the Maryland Public Service Commission for approval of a 120-MW wind project that would qualify for a Maryland set-aside program for offshore wind energy.
Renewable Energy News: Be the Change: Maine’s New Born Global Challenge
For some time in The Digest, we have examined the problem of matching capital to projects. As Ecostrat’s Jordan Solomon observed at ABLC Next a few weeks back, “the vast majority of projects are given junk ratings, if they can get rated at all.”
Renewable Energy News: The Port of Amsterdam Pursues a Bio-based, Circular Economy
As the fourth busiest European port in cargo tonnage, the Port of Amsterdam is of substantial economic importance to Amsterdam and the Netherlands. More than 2,000 companies use the port and generate €6 billion in revenue per year. Companies in the port area employ 55,000 people.
Nuclear Power: NRC Tables Fermi 2 License Extension
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is holding back approval of a 20-year extension for the Fermi 2 nuclear power plant in Michigan at the request of group called Citizens' Resistance At Fermi 2, which has registered complains about the plant operator's plans to distribute potassium iodide in the event of an emergency scenario at the plant.(read more
Nuclear Power: IAEA Team Assesses Italy's Regulatory Framework