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The U.S. Department of Energy stated $35 million in funding for tidal and river current energy technologies will become available in 2023. Read the article here:

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Energy prices are expected to decline by 11% in 2023, as stated by the World Bank. Read the article here:

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The U.S. Department of Energy states that designing security into Distributed Energy Resources or DERs is a necessity due to their risk of potential cyberattacks. Read the article here:

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Xcel Energy's hope is to build on its success in developing community resilience hubs. Read more here:

Xcel Energy Community Microgrids

Enhanced geothermal systems are well suited to store excess renewable power as heat. Read the article here:

Geothermal Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy released a report identifying over 300 coal plants that could be converted to nuclear. Read the article here:

Coal Power Plants

Utilities need to consider their processes in order to achieve emissions targets. Read the article here:

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Record amounts of U.S petroleum products were exported from January to June, 2022, the most first-half-of-the-year exports since 1973.

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Record amounts of Petroleum Exports

The Energy Department’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) stated that during an extreme California heat wave, data from CAISO showed that the grid used natural gas as much as 60%, and never less than 30%, of the generation mix to meet electricity demand.

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