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New York’s Indian Point 2 Closes, Will the State Lead the Transition Away from Nuclear?

New York’s Indian Point 2 Closes, Will the State Lead the Transition Away from Nuclear?

Though it was a contested decision, late last week Indian Point’s Unit 2 nuclear reactor permanently shut down after nearly 46 years generating electricity for Westchester County and New York City. Since New York state receives 32% of its energy from nuclear the move to decommission the reactor in the midst of the pandemic was […]

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World’s Largest Commercial Ocean Current Energy Project to be Developed Off Florida

World’s Largest Commercial Ocean Current Energy Project to be Developed Off Florida

On May 29th, the limited liability company OceanBased Perpetual Energy signed a memorandum with the Florida Atlantic University’s Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center (SNMREC) to secure their assistance in embarking on what is being called “the world’s largest commercial ocean current energy project.” Off Florida’s southeast coast, this project aims to install hundreds of megawatts of clean current generating equipment below the sea surface and linked to the US transmission system.

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