Across The Wire

  1. GE Expands SF6-free High-Voltage Product Portfolio To Help Cut Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    GE Renewable Energy’s Grid Solutions business recently announced plans to invest tens of millions of dollars to expand its range of sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)-free high-voltage substation equipment to include all key high-voltage levels by 2025

  2. Aggreko Awarded For Excellence In Environmental Stewardship

    Aggreko plc, the global leader in rental power, heating and cooling, has been recognized by Texas Oil & Gas Awards with its award for Excellence in Environmental Stewardship for the company’s custom Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emissions control technology that helps reduce NOx emissions on temporary large-scale natural gas power plants

  3. Equitrans Midstream Corporation And EQM Midstream Partners Support Industry Efforts To Continue Reducing Methane Emissions

    Equitrans Midstream Corporation and EQM Midstream Partners, LP support the U.S. oil and gas industry's ongoing efforts to reduce methane emissions and; therefore, respectfully oppose the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed rollback of methane regulations

  4. Brightmark Energy Invests In Upstate New York Dairy Biogas Project

    Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based waste to energy development company, announced recently that it has partnered with four dairy farms in upstate New York to utilize anaerobic digesters that will convert a total of 225,000 gallons of dairy waste per day from 11,000 cows into biogas and other useful products

  5. Alliance To End Plastic Waste Joins Project STOP To Help Tackle Plastic Waste In The Environment In Indonesia

    The Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW) today announced a partnership with Project STOP to further scale up the development of more sustainable and circular waste management systems in Indonesia

  6. Clean Air Fund Launched To Address Global Air Pollution Crisis

    The Clean Air Fund, a new philanthropic initiative, has launched to address the global outdoor air pollution crisis that is responsible for 4.2 million deaths worldwide – more deaths than from malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/Aids combined

  7. Duke Energy Will Seek To Renew Nuclear Plant Licenses To Support Its Carbon Reduction Goals

    Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) announced today it will seek to renew the operating licenses of the 11 reactors it operates at six nuclear stations in the Carolinas for an additional 20 years

  8. Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Offers Lower-Carbon Option For Natural Gas Utilities

    An interconnection guidance document released this week outlines the ways that renewable natural gas (RNG) can be effectively incorporated into local natural gas systems – to reduce carbon emissions, support local economic development, and utilize local supply resources

  9. Heating Oil Industry Commits To Net-Zero Emissions By 2050

    The Northeast's heating oil industry has resolved to achieve net-zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2050

  10. Charlotte Water Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions With Renewable Diesel

    Charlotte Water, the largest public water and wastewater utility in the Southeast, is expanding its commitment to environmental sustainability with a pilot project to run dozens of its vehicles on cleaner-burning renewable diesel produced by Renewable Energy Group (REG)