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enerG magazine covers all areas of renewable energy including wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, and biofuels such as ethanol.


Q2 2023

 

Michigan adds megawatts to its wind power: DTE Energy has been able to add its renewables energy portfolio in a big way, with the addition of the Isabella Wind I and II projects, totaling 385 MW--the largest clean energy projects in the state, as well as the largest renewable energy projects in DTE’s portfolio.

Second life for solar batteries: California company B2U Storage Solutions is working to help make use of second life electric vehicle batteries--sourced from Honda and Nissan--with a new solar+storage facility.

Engine maker Cummins powering more solar: Engine and power generation manufacturer Cummins is continuing to make big investments in solar power, with the most recent project being a 3.6 MW solar farm at its engine plant in North Carolina.

Huge wind win for Oklahoma: Invenergy has taken scale to a whole new level, with its mega wind project, the 999 MW Traverse Wind Energy Centre, which features 356 wind turbines and stretches over three counties in Oklahoma.

North American Wind Power Fast Facts: enerG’s annual look at the top wind power projects and top wind power producing U.S. states and Canadian provinces.

On the Grid: enerG takes a snapshot look at recently completed renewable energy projects.

Ask the Experts: As part of the effort to support the industry in moving renewable energy forward, enerG is running a regular feature, Ask the Energy Experts, that poses a topical question involving renewable energy to three industry representatives.

The question we ask of renewable energy experts in the Q2 issue is: What kind of features are built into your product/services to help with making O&M easier, once a project is built?

Guest Column: Energy consultants Wood Mackenzie says that U.S. community solar growth slowed in 2022, but it’s now picking up momentum.

Guest Column: American Clean Power (ACP) on the very latest renewable energy numbers from their quarterly report.

For The Record: Gina Raimondo, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, on how the U.S. can compete with China on clean energy.



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enerG is an exciting quarterly magazine that delivers the big picture and bright future of the fastest growing industry-renewable energy-in North America. Its mission is to provide up-to-date information on renewable energy sources, and strategies on how to use our current resources to generate more environmentally friendly power.

enerG is newsworthy and thought provoking. Regular features include profiles of renewable energy projects, and information on new products, services and technologies.

enerG is a controlled circulation magazine, reaching more than 32,000 (combined print/digital) decision-makers in energy and related businesses. These decision-makers have direct influence and purchasing power on renewable energy projects, products and services.

enerG is focused on the entire North American market. We are dedicated to meeting the editorial needs of our readers, and reaching a select target audience for our advertisers.

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