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EU’s latest energy security tactic: hoard Chinese solar panels

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last February, and Moscow’s subsequent throttling of natural gas supplies to Europe, threw global energy markets into disarray. What tech stocks have room to run? Europe panicked as it confronted the ugly reality of its fragile energy security. It scrambled to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) …

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One year in, the Inflation Reduction Act is working — kind of

It’s been nearly a year since Democratic lawmakers pushed the first new climate spending legislation in more than a decade over the congressional finish line. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, or IRA, includes $369 billion in clean-energy tax credits and funding for climate and energy programs, money that is …

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SeaVolt To Launch A First Of A Kind Solar Energy Test Platform

SeaVolt, a collaboration between Tractebel, DEME, and Jan De Nul, gets ready for its first floating solar energy test platform to be installed offshore. The platform floatation system is currently located in the port of Ostend, on the Belgian North Sea coast, where the main contractor Equans is finalizing assembly. …

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Interior Department Urged to Deploy Solar Power on Federal Canals

WASHINGTON—More than 125 groups are urging the US Bureau of Reclamation and the Interior Department to develop a new initiative to deploy solar power over the nearly 8,000 miles of canals owned and operated by the federal government. Today’s letter to the Interior Department and Bureau of Reclamation said installing …

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