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Meet the Energy Observer, the World’s First Hydrogen-powered Boat and Trailblazing Energy Laboratory
Four years ago, the Energy Observer left Saint Malo, Brittany, for a seven-year voyage across the world. The journey is adventurous, daring, and revolutionary. The zero-emission Energy Observer is as much a research laboratory as it is a boat.
The Duck Curve Becomes Extreme in California
The “duck curve” is a name given to the shape of the net load curve in a market with a significant penetration of solar energy. What factors are making it so extreme in states like California?
Local Renewable Energy May Be Key for Disadvantaged Communities
Higher-income customers historically had better access to energy simply because they could afford to pay for however much energy they wanted to consume. Read about some interesting case studies that allow all customers to participate in the energy future regardless of income level.