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Posted on June 12, 2024

WIND: New York officials break ground on an $861 million facility on Brooklyn’s waterfront to support construction of the Empire Wind project. (Spectrum News)

ALSO: Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey touts the state’s efforts to help students prepare for careers in the clean energy sector(MV Times)

GRID: In a report released last week, New York’s grid operator warns of reliability concerns as fossil fuel retirements outpace new clean energy development, and data centers and other energy-intensive projects increase demand. (Reuters)




CARBON CAPTURE: A Pennsylvania bill would allow development of underground carbon capture with consent of 60% of landowners, which advocates say is “setting the bar very low.” (Capital and Main)

HYDROPOWER: Industries push back on a proposal to remove four dams in Maine, which collectively could support nearly 47 MW of electricity, according to the company that owns them. (Bangor Daily News)


COMMENTARY: An editorial praises Maryland’s progress on reducing emissions, but says lawmakers need to do more to ensure the transition is affordable.  (Baltimore Sun)


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