NETL Publishes New Baseline Study Report on the Flexibility Attributes of Commercial Natural Gas Power Generation Technologies

By admin| 1 Min Read | July 20, 2023
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NETL.DOE.gov – May 30, 2023 To address the data needs of energy system designers and to serve as a baseline for research and development, NETL has carried out a study to characterize the flexibility attributes - both performance and cost - of nine common commercial natural gas-fueled electricity generating units.Read the…

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NETL Supports Liftoff of Airborne Technology to Monitor Carbon Storage Sites

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NETL.DOE.gov – May 25, 2023 A team led by NETL researchers recently launched airborne technology at a commercial-scale carbon dioxide (CO2) geologic storage site in Mississippi to complete a first-of-its-kind electromagnetic survey and collect data needed to monitor greenhouse gas sequestered in the subsurface. Read the full article at NETL.DOE.gov

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Biden-Harris Administration Announces $13.5 Million Investment to Equitably Grow Solar Energy Workforce

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As part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced 12 projects, whose work will span more than 13 states, selected for negotiation to launch training partnerships that expand the solar energy workforce in underserved and underrepresented communities, as well as create career…

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U.S. Steel Expands Environmental Data Offerings

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By Paul J. Gough at Pittsburgh Business Times - Jul 13, 2023 United States Steel Corp. is taking another step toward delineating more precise environmental data about some of its products. The Pittsburgh-based U.S. Steel (NYSE: X) said Thursday that it was offering environmental product declarations for hot-rolled, cold-rolled and…

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