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Utilities  -  May 27, 2020

Dayton Power & Light denied in effort to recover COVID-related losses

A request from Dayton Power and Light (DP&L) to recover revenues lost due to COVID-19 has been denied by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) in a ruling announced on May 20.
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Regulation  -  May 21, 2020

BloombergNEF explores EV market outlook post-COVID

BloombergNEF released a new report May 19 detailing three possible scenarios for the short-term future of the electric vehicle market following the COVID-19 pandemic considering the 7 million passenger EVs that are on the road right now.
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Utilities  -  May 13, 2020

Synchronizing the Electric Regulatory Response to COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is influencing every aspect of the global economy, and electric utilities are certainly seeing significant impacts. This column from the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) warns that before utility regulators take actions to adjust revenues or rates to reflect COVID-19 impacts, it is important to identify and quantify the broad range of impacts so that those that increase costs or reduce sales can be appropriately offset against those that decrease costs or cause increased sales in some sectors.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 2, 2020

Weekend reads: Senators seek safe harbor extension; Britain's coal-free period breaks record

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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GHG Emissions  -  February 22, 2020

Weekend reads: J.P. Morgan backs carbon tax; Sci-fi author offers path to surviving climate change

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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GHG Emissions  -  February 15, 2020

Weekend reads: Warren Buffett's energy revolution; Hydrogen-powered trains in India

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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GHG Emissions  -  February 13, 2020

LA mayor commits city to carbon-free building construction

All new or substantially rehabilitated buildings owned by the City of Los Angeles will be 100% carbon-free under a new initiative announced Feb. 10 by Mayor Eric Garcetti.
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Regulation  -  February 12, 2020

BNEF finds emissions could drop 60% through electrification of Europe

A new report published by BloombergNEF Feb. 11 found that greenhouse gas emissions could be reduce by 60% between 2020 and 2050 through the electrification of the transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe.
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Energy Efficiency  -  February 11, 2020

DOE announces $74 million in energy efficiency research

The U.S. Department of Energy announced Feb. 10 that will be allocating $74 million for 63 projects to research, develop and test energy-efficient building practices, awarded to institutions such as National Laboratories, universities, small business
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Regulation  -  February 5, 2020

New Hampshire to use VW settlement to fund EV charger overhaul

New Hampshire will be installing electric vehicle fast chargers along six major routes in the state, funded by a $4.6 million settlement from Volkswagen Group following a diesel emissions lawsuit.
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