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"Some of our transmission lines are over 100 years old. Think about that -- we're charging iPhones and powering smart TVs with infrastructure built when large portions of the country still didn't have access to the electricity needed for a simple light bulb," said AWEA's Amy Farrell, as the trade body called for greater investment in grids to help reduce bills.
A 'distributed denial-of-service' (DoS) attack was launched against an unknown utility on 5 March, the Department of Energy revealed in its most recent Electric Emergency and Disturbance Report.
A judge overseeing the bankruptcy of PG&E Corp will now have to rule on who has jurisdiction over the utility's contracts with renewable energy providers.
GE Renewable Energy slipped into the red during Q1 2019, posting a segment loss of $162 million as of the result "higher R&D investment for the Haliade-X, tariffs, joint venture consolidation, and pricing".
US project developers announced new wind projects amounting to 6.1GW in the first quarter of 2019, according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).
Danish turbine manufacturer Vestas is moving further into US project development, with its Steelhead Americas subsidiary joining forces with RES Group on a 200MW site in Texas.
United States Great lakes project delayed as it tackles freezing water
United States Is Trump's America ready for the Green New Deal?
United States Challenges remain for rapid US offshore buildout
United States Battle over US dominance heats up as GE retakes crown