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Gerry Anderson Elected EEI Chairman; Warner Baxter And Pedro J. Pizarro Elected Vice Chairmen



WASHINGTON, June 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Gerard M. “Gerry” Anderson, executive chairman of Detroit-based DTE Energy, today was elected chairman of the board of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), the national association of investor-owned electric companies. Also elected were two vice chairmen: Warner Baxter, chairman, president, and CEO of St. Louis-based Ameren Corporation; and Pedro J. Pizarro, president and CEO of Rosemead, Calif.-based Edison International.

The announcement was made during EEI’s June board and annual meeting, which was held virtually. EEI’s chairmanship rotates on an annual basis, and Anderson succeeds Ben Fowke, chairman and CEO of Minneapolis-based Xcel Energy.

“On behalf of EEI and our member companies, I extend our thanks to Ben Fowke,” said EEI President Tom Kuhn. “During a year of many uncertainties, Ben demonstrated tremendous leadership as he steered our industry’s quick and effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, Ben maintained a strong focus on our industry’s clean energy transition, and he worked to advance solutions to racial and social justice issues that are front and center across our nation. We are grateful for Ben’s dedication to our customers and to our member companies throughout his chairmanship.”

“We also are excited to announce that Gerry Anderson was elected EEI Chairman for the 2021-2022 cycle,” added Kuhn. “Gerry previously served as an EEI vice chairman and is an outstanding leader for our industry and in his community. I look forward to continuing our work with Gerry to advance our industry’s clean energy goals and commitments.”

“As the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, America’s electric companies remain steadfast in our commitment to becoming as clean as we can as fast as we can – while providing our customers and our communities with the reliable, affordable, and secure energy that powers our economy and our lives,” said Anderson. “Despite the many challenges we all faced this past year, EEI’s member companies continued their strong and steady transition to clean energy, and the progress we have made is clear. Today, our industry’s carbon emissions are down 40 percent and are at their lowest level in more than 40 years. We are now focused on developing the new carbon-free technologies that will help to deliver a 100-percent clean energy future,” Anderson added. 

“We also remain focused on advancing racial and social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion across our workforce and throughout our communities. Our companies can be powerful agents of change, but truly addressing these issues will require focus and persistence – and we intend to demonstrate those qualities,” Anderson said.

Kuhn also applauded the vice chairs who will support Anderson as part of the leadership team.

“Warner and Pedro are champions for our industry. Each is committed to achieving the long-term goals that will provide the clean energy future, and we are extremely fortunate to have them continue to serve on the EEI leadership team.”

Gerry Anderson joined DTE Energy in 1993 and held various senior executive leadership roles throughout the enterprise until being named president in 2004, CEO in 2010, and chairman in 2011. He was the architect and leader of the company’s strategy to focus on cost and operational excellence and to develop its non-regulated businesses. As CEO, he focused on building a positive, highly engaged culture – and on deeply connecting DTE Energy to the communities it serves, enabling it to act as a force for good.

In 2019, Anderson was elected executive chairman to serve as an advisor to DTE Energy’s CEO on business issues and to focus on DTE Energy’s community, state, federal, and broader industry roles.

Prior to joining DTE Energy, Anderson was a senior consultant at McKinsey & Company, an international management consulting firm. Anderson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering at the University of Notre Dame. He also earned an MBA and a Master of Public Policy from the University of Michigan.

Anderson is the founder and leader of the Detroit Regional CEO Group. He chairs both the recently formed Detroit Regional Partnership and the Detroit Economic Club. He also chairs Business Leaders for Michigan. In addition, Anderson is involved in various local community and civic activities, including serving on the boards of trustees of The Nature Conservancy (Michigan chapter), the McGregor Fund, the Downtown Detroit Partnership, and the West Michigan Policy Forum. He serves on the Board of Directors of The Andersons, a publicly traded company.

Warner Baxter is chairman, president, and CEO of St. Louis-based Ameren Corporation, parent company of rate-regulated energy companies that serve 2.4 million electric and 900,000 natural gas customers in Illinois and Missouri.

During his 25-year tenure at Ameren, Baxter has served in a variety of leadership roles, including chief financial officer and president of Ameren Missouri.

Before joining Ameren in 1995, Baxter served as senior manager in PricewaterhouseCooper’s LLP national office in New York City, serving as one of the firm’s liaisons with the major accounting standard-setting bodies in the United States. From 1983 to 1993, Baxter worked in the firm’s St. Louis office, where he provided auditing and consulting services to clients in a variety of industries, including the energy industry.

Today, Baxter sits on several industry boards. He serves on the board of the Electric Power Research Institute (and is a past chairman of the board), as well as the management committee of The Edison Foundation’s Institute for Electric Innovation. Baxter also serves on the board of directors of U.S. Bancorp and BJC HealthCare.

In addition, Baxter was past chairman of Civic Progress St. Louis. He now sits on the Chairman’s Executive Council of Greater St. Louis, Inc., and is actively involved with several charitable organizations, including as board member for Variety the Children’s Charity of St. Louis (and as past chairman of the board); council member of the American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer National Board; past chair and current council member of the St. Louis Chapter of CEOs Against Cancer of Missouri; and board member for The Muny.

Baxter earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Missouri–St. Louis and has made meaningful and long-lasting contributions to higher education through his involvement with the University of Missouri System. He is a member of the University of Missouri–St. Louis Chancellors Council and serves on the University of Missouri 100 Board.

Pedro J. Pizarro is president and CEO of Edison International, the parent company of Southern California Edison (SCE), one of the nation’s largest electric companies. Edison International also is the parent company of Edison Energy, a portfolio of competitive businesses providing commercial and industrial customers with energy management and procurement services. Pizarro is a member of Edison International’s Board of Directors.

Pizarro served as president of SCE from October 2014 through May 2016, when he was elected president of Edison International. He was elected CEO in October 2016. Previously, Pizarro was president of Edison Mission Energy (EME) and chaired its board of directors from 2011 until the sale of its assets to NRG Energy in April 2014. EME, a subsidiary of Edison International at the time, was an independent power producer that owned, leased, operated, and sold energy and capacity from electric power generation facilities and engaged in hedging and energy trading activities in competitive power markets. Pizarro joined Edison International in 1999, moved to SCE in 2001, and progressed through several leadership roles before joining EME.

Before his work at Edison International and SCE, Pizarro was a senior engagement manager with McKinsey & Company in Los Angeles, providing management consulting services to energy, technology, engineering services, and banking clients. There, he developed corporate strategy, handled mergers and acquisitions, and oversaw operational and organizational engagements.

Pizarro serves on the boards of the Electric Power Research Institute as immediate past chair, Argonne National Laboratory, the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and the Analysis and Resilience Center for Systemic Risk. He has served on the boards of the Electric Power Supply Association, California Power Exchange, Colburn School, House Research Institute, Southern California Leadership Council, and Western Energy Institute.

Pizarro represents the electric industry on the U.S. Secretary of Energy Advisory Board (SEAB) and co-chairs the SEAB Innovation Working Group. The SEAB provides advice and recommendations to the U.S. Secretary of Energy on energy policy, research and development, and economic and national security policy. Pizarro also serves on the Electricity Subsector Coordinating Council, which is the principal liaison between the federal government and the electric power industry to prepare for and respond to national-level disasters or threats to critical infrastructure. Pizarro also recently served on California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery.

Pizarro earned a Ph.D. in chemistry from Caltech and held National Science Foundation and Department of Defense graduate fellowships. He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Harvard University.

EEI is the association that represents all U.S. investor-owned electric companies. Our members provide electricity for more than 220 million Americans, and operate in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. As a whole, the electric power industry supports more than 7 million jobs in communities across the United States. In addition to our U.S. members, EEI has more than 65 international electric companies, with operations in more than 90 countries, as International Members, and hundreds of industry suppliers and related organizations as Associate Members.

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Les meilleures start-ups pour la ville durable du monde récompensées par le Future Hamburg Award



HAMBOURG, Allemagne, 13 juin 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Le prix Future Hamburg Award 2021 a été remis lors de la journée internationale de l’innovation numérique par Plug-and-Play Hamburg le 10 juin 2021.

Les startups Breeze Technologies, traceless materials et Infinite Mobility sont les lauréats de cette année. Basés en Norvège et en Allemagne, elles ont convaincu le jury avec des solutions intelligentes pour des villes durables. Les trois gagnants rejoindront un programme sur mesure à Hambourg, créé par la Startup-Unit de la ville. Pour la première place, Breeze Technologies participera au programme international d’accélération Plug-and-Play dans la Silicon Valley. Des entreprises prometteuses de 15 pays avaient déposé leur candidature pour le prix. Les prix bonus, décernés par homePORT, partenaire du prix, ont été attribués à Blue Atlas Robotics (Danemark) et KONVOI (Allemagne).

Lauréats du Future Hamburg Award 2021 :

  1. Breeze Technologies, Allemagne
    Basée à Hambourg et à Copenhague, Breeze Technologies est déjà un leader technologique dans le domaine des capteurs, des données et de l’analyse de la qualité de l’air. Leurs capteurs permettent de surveiller la qualité de l’air en temps réel et à l’échelle d’une zone, que ce soit dans des locaux professionnels ou dans des environnements urbains. En associant un modèle commercial performant à la lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique, Breeze Technologies a le potentiel pour se développer à l’échelle internationale.
  2. traceless materials, Allemagne
    traceless materials a créé une alternative écologique au plastique. Avec son produit de substitution innovant, la startup spécialisée dans la bioéconomie contribue à résoudre le problème mondial de la pollution environnementale. Cette technologie utilise des sous-produits de l’industrie agricole pour produire des films stables au stockage, des matériaux solides et des revêtements très fins qui sont entièrement compostables.
  3. Infinite Mobility, Norvège
    Infinite Mobility développe des véhicules légers, alimentés par l’énergie solaire, pour la mobilité urbaine, pour de courts trajets en ville. L’entreprise soutient les objectifs de développement durable des Nations unies et le développement de villes durables, car ses tuk-tuks innovants fonctionnant à l’énergie solaire sont rentables, sûrs et peu encombrants.

Depuis 2019 et pour la deuxième fois, le prix Future Hamburg Award est décerné par Hamburg Marketing pour la ville de Hambourg. En tant que centre de la mobilité innovante, Hambourg accueille le congrès mondial ITS 2021. Avec la région métropolitaine du nord de l’Allemagne qui l’entoure, Hambourg est en passe de devenir la plaque tournante de l’hydrogène vert en Europe. Cela fait de la deuxième plus grande ville d’Allemagne le lieu idéal pour les innovations et l’accès aux marchés internationaux.

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Las mejores «startups» del mundo en pro de la ciudad sostenible, galardonadas con el Future Hamburg Award



HAMBURGO, Alemania, 13 de junio de 2021 /PRNewswire/ — El galardón se presentó en el Día Internacional de la Innovación digital de Plug-and-Play Hamburg el 10 de junio de 2021.

Las empresas emergentes Breeze Technologies, traceless materials e Infinite Mobility son las ganadoras de este año. Con sede en Noruega y Alemania, convencieron al jurado con soluciones inteligentes para ciudades sostenibles. Las tres empresas ganadoras se incorporarán a un programa hecho a medida en Hamburgo por la Startup-Unit de la ciudad. Como ganadora del primer premio, Breeze Technologies participará en el programa acelerador internacional de Plug-and-Play en Silicon Valley. A este galardón se habían presentado empresas prometedoras de 15 países. Los premios adicionales, otorgados por el socio del galardón, homePORT, se otorgaron a Blue Atlas Robotics (Dinamarca) y KONVOI (Alemania).

Ganadores del galardón Future Hamburg Award 2021: 

  1. Breeze Technologies, Alemania 
    Con sede en Hamburgo y Copenhague, Breeze Technologies ya es un líder tecnológico en el ámbito de los sensores, los datos y los análisis de la calidad del aire. Sus sensores permiten controlar en tiempo real la calidad del aire en toda la zona, ya sea en instalaciones empresariales o en entornos urbanos. Combinando un modelo de negocio de éxito con los esfuerzos para reducir la contaminación atmosférica, Breeze Technologies tiene potencial para prosperar a nivel internacional.
  2. traceless materials, Alemania 
    traceless materials ha creado una alternativa ecológica al plástico. Con su innovador producto sustitutivo, la empresa emergente de bioeconomía contribuye a resolver el problema mundial de la contaminación ambiental. La tecnología utiliza subproductos de la industria agrícola para obtener películas estables de almacenamiento, materiales sólidos y revestimientos muy finos que son totalmente compostables.
  3. Infinite Mobility, Noruega
    Infinite Mobility desarrolla vehículos ligeros de movilidad urbana impulsados por energía solar para trayectos cortos por el centro de la ciudad. La empresa respalda los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible de la ONU y el desarrollo de ciudades sostenibles, ya que sus innovadores «tuk-tuk», impulsados por energía solar, son rentables, seguros y ocupan poco

El galardón Future Hamburg Award, que se celebra por segunda vez desde 2019, lo otorga Hamburg Marketing en nombre de la ciudad de Hamburgo. Como centro de la movilidad innovadora, Hamburgo acoge el Congreso Mundial de ITS 2021. En el norte de Alemania, Hamburgo y la región metropolitana circundante están en vías de convertirse en el centro del hidrógeno ecológico de Europa. Esto hace que la segunda ciudad más grande de Alemania sea el lugar ideal para la innovación y el acceso al mercado internacional.

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Nuclear waste recycling is a critical avenue of energy innovation



No single question bedevils American energy and environmental policy more than nuclear waste. No, not even a changing climate, which may be a wicked problem but nonetheless receives a great deal of counter-bedeviling attention.

It’s difficult to paint the picture with a straight face. Let’s start with three main elements of the story.

First, nuclear power plants in the United States generate about 2,000 metric tons of nuclear waste (or “spent fuel”) per year. Due to its inherent radioactivity, it is carefully stored at various sites around the country.

Second, the federal government is in charge of figuring out what to do with it. In fact, power plant operators have paid over $40 billion into the Nuclear Waste Fund so that the government can handle it. The idea was to bury it in the “deep geological repository” embodied by Yucca Mountain, Nevada, but this has proved politically impossible. Nevertheless, $15 billion was spent on the scoping.

Third, due to the Energy Department’s inability to manage this waste, it simply accumulates. According to that agency’s most recent data release, some 80,000 metric tons of spent fuel—hundreds of thousands of fuel assemblies containing millions of fuel rods—is waiting for a final destination.

And here’s the twist ending: those nuclear plant operators sued the government for breach of contract and, in 2013, they won. Several hundred million dollars is now paid out to them each year by the U.S. Treasury, as part of a series of settlements and judgments. The running total is over $8 billion.

I realize this story sounds a little crazy. Am I really saying that the U.S. government collected billions of dollars to manage nuclear waste, then spent billions of dollars on a feasibility study only to stick it on the shelf, and now is paying even more billions of dollars for this failure? Yes, I am.

Fortunately, all of the aggregated waste occupies a relatively small area and temporary storage exists. Without an urgent reason to act, policymakers generally will not.

While attempts to find long-term storage will continue, policymakers should look towards recycling some of this “waste” into usable fuel. This is actually an old idea. Only a small fraction of nuclear fuel is consumed to generate electricity.

Proponents of recycling envision reactors that use “reprocessed” spent fuel, extracting energy from the 90% of it leftover after burn-up. Even its critics admit that the underlying chemistry, physics, and engineering of recycling are technically feasible, and instead assail the disputable economics and perceived security risks.

So-called Generation IV reactors come in all shapes and sizes. The designs have been around for years—in some respects, all the way back to the dawn of nuclear energy—but light-water reactors have dominated the field for a variety of political, economic, and strategic reasons. For example, Southern Company’s twin conventional pressurized water reactors under construction in Georgia each boast a capacity of just over 1,000-megawatt (or 1 gigawatt), standard for Westinghouse’s AP 1000 design.

In contrast, next-generation plant designs are a fraction of the size and capacity, and also may use different cooling systems: Oregon-based NuScale Power’s 77-megawatt small modular reactor, San Diego-based General Atomics’ 50-megawatt helium-cooled fast modular reactor, Alameda-based Kairos Power’s 140-megawatt molten fluoride salt reactor, and so on all have different configurations that can fit different business and policy objectives.

Many Gen-IV designs can either explicitly recycle used fuel or be configured to do so. On June 3, TerraPower (backed by Bill Gates), GE Hitachi, and the State of Wyoming announced an agreement to build a demonstration of the 345-megawatt Natrium design, a sodium-cooled fast reactor.

Natrium is technically capable of recycling fuel for generation. California-based Oklo has already reached an agreement with Idaho National Laboratory to operate its 1.5-megawatt “microreactor” off of used-fuel supplies. In fact, the self-professed “preferred fuel” for New York-based Elysium Industries’ molten salt reactor design is spent nuclear fuel and Alabama-based Flibe Energy advertises the waste-burning capability of its thorium reactor design.

Whether advanced reactors rise or fall does not depend on resolving the nuclear waste deadlock. Though such reactors may be able to consume spent fuel, they don’t necessarily have to. Nonetheless, incentivizing waste recycling would improve their economics.

“Incentivize” here is code for “pay.” Policymakers should consider ways that Washington can make it more profitable for a power plant to recycle fuel than to import it—from Canada, Kazakhstan, Australia, Russia, and other countries.

Political support for advanced nuclear technology, including recycling, is deeper than might be expected. In 2019, the Senate confirmed Dr. Rita Baranwal as the Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy at the Department of Energy (DOE). A materials scientist by training, she emerged as a champion of recycling.

The new Biden administration has continued broadly bipartisan support for advanced nuclear reactors in proposing in its Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Request to increase funding for the DOE’s Office of Nuclear Energy by nearly $350 million. The proposal includes specific funding increases for researching and developing reactor concepts (plus $32 million), fuel cycle R&D (plus $59 million), and advanced reactor demonstration (plus $120 million), and tripling funding for the Versatile Test Reactor (from $45 million to $145 million, year over year).

In May, the DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) announced a new $40 million program to support research in “optimizing” waste and disposal from advanced reactors, including through waste recycling. Importantly, the announcement explicitly states that the lack of a solution to nuclear waste today “poses a challenge” to the future of Gen-IV reactors.

The debate is a reminder that recycling in general is a very messy process. It is chemical-, machine-, and energy-intensive. Recycling of all kinds, from critical minerals to plastic bottles, produces new waste, too. Today, federal and state governments are quite active in recycling these other waste streams, and they should be equally involved in nuclear waste.

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Společnost Risen Energy představila na veletrhu SNEC 2021 první masově vyráběný 700 W vysoce účinný napájecí modul NewT@N



Modul [email protected] je motorem globální zelené energetické revoluce a zahajuje éru čistých nulových emisí  

NINGBO, Čína, 12. června 2021  /PRNewswire/ — Uprostřed nabitého veletrhu SNEC 2021 upoutala společnost Risen Energy Co., Ltd. („Risen Energy”), přední výrobce vysoce výkonných solárních fotovoltaických produktů úrovně 1, pozornost vystavovatelů i účastníků uvedením modulu [email protected], prvního sériově vyráběného solárního modulu s výkonem až 700 W.

Modul [email protected], který byl představen 3. června, znamená příchod éry fotovoltaiky 7.0 a slibuje stabilnější výkon a vyšší produkci energie na jediném křemíkovém plátku o velikosti 210 mm. [email protected] je zkratka pro technologii nazvanou „Nové tunelování oxidu / amorfního křemíku (@) typu N”. Znak „@” znamená kombinovanou pasivaci oxidu (o) a amorfního křemíku (a). Díky technologii [email protected] je společnost Risen Energy schopna vyřešit problém vysoké míry povrchové rekombinace tradičních PERC článků na kovových plochách, což zlepšuje elektromotorické napětí a účinnost článků. [email protected] je nejnovějším příkladem toho, jak společnost Risen Energy využívá svou špičkovou technologii modulů k uspokojení rostoucí celosvětové poptávky po zelené energetické revoluci a přispívá k dosažení cíle čistých nulových emisí.

„S tím, jak svět postupuje v cestě k uhlíkově neutrální budoucnosti, roste instalovaná kapacita zelené energie rychlým tempem. Na trhu se objevily stovky nových společností a fotovoltaický průmysl čelí nebývalému nárůstu příležitostí a výzev. Ve společnosti Risen Energy nám naše vědecké výzkumné instituce na národní úrovni a mezinárodně certifikované laboratoře umožnily stát v čele této transformace. S našimi nejnovějšími fotovoltaickými moduly, založenými na platformě 210 mm křemíkových destiček, můžeme účinně snížit náklady na kilowatthodinu, generovat nejvyšší možné příjmy pro zákazníky a přispět ke globálnímu snížení uhlíkových emisí,” uvedla společnost.

Vysoce výkonný solární modul [email protected] 700 W využívá pokročilé technologie, jako je nedestruktivní řezání naříznutých solárních článků, vícenásobné sběrnice (MBB) a balení s vysokou hustotou, které zlepšují účinnost a účinně snižují riziko praskání článků a vzniku míst přehřívání. Modul navíc kombinuje výhody a doplňuje technologie solárních článků nové generace TOPCon a HJT. Díky tomu se [email protected] může pochlubit celkovou účinností modulu 22,5 % a kontrolovanými náklady v rámci standardů hromadné výroby.

[email protected] je také zářným příkladem nové nízkonapěťové, vysokoproudové řady společnosti Risen Energy. Nízkonapěťové výrobky, jako jsou křemíkové destičky o velikosti 210 mm, zvládnou vyšší zátěž a pojmou větší instalovanou kapacitu. Podle odhadů ve srovnání s tradičními moduly o velikosti 182 mm a výkonu 540 W zvyšuje [email protected] výrazně účinnost výroby energie a stabilní výkon a současně snižuje náklady. Díky modulu lze snížit podlahovou plochu o 6,6 % a zvýšit instalovaný výkon o 29,63 %, což znamená snížení celkových nákladů BOS o 6,68 až 8,95 % a nákladů LCOE o 4,84 až 6,16 %.

S blížící se érou fotovoltaiky 7.0 je uvedení modulu [email protected] připraveno posunout odvětví na novou úroveň. Do budoucna bude společnost Risen Energy i nadále využívat své špičkové technologie, aby udržela krok se současnými odbytišti pro výrobu energie, podpořila snižování nákladů LCOE a v konečném důsledku přinesla zákazníkům větší výhody. Zároveň bude společnost neustále investovat do výzkumu a vývoje s cílem splnit požadavky zelené energetické revoluce a zahájit globální éru čistých nulových emisí.

O společnosti Risen Energy

Společnost Risen Energy je předním světovým výrobcem vysoce výkonných fotovoltaických produktů úrovně 1 s hodnocením „AAA” a poskytovatelem komplexních obchodních řešení pro výrobu energie. Společnost, která byla založena v roce 1986 a v roce 2010 vstoupila na burzu, vytváří hodnoty pro své globální zákazníky. Technické a obchodní inovace, spolu se špičkovou kvalitou a podporou, přinášejí komplexní obchodní řešení společnosti Risen Energy v oblasti fotovoltaiky, která patří k nejvýkonnějším a nákladově nejefektivnějším v oboru. Díky přítomnosti na místním trhu a silnému finančnímu zázemí jsme odhodláni a schopni budovat strategickou, oboustranně výhodnou spolupráci s našimi partnery a společně využít rostoucí hodnotu zelené energie.

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