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Principal, NorthBridge Energy Partners, LLC

Peter Kelly-Detwiler has nearly 30 years of experience in the area of electric energy, retail power, and distributed energy assets. Mr. Kelly-Detwiler provides strategic expertise in the areas of...

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CA Energy Commission approves staff recommendation to extend life of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant to 2030 for grid reliability; Western municipal utilities OK plan to buy energy from 462 MW NuScale modular nuclear plant, despite price jump from $58 to $89/MWh; Dow and nuclear startup X-energy to develop small nuclear plant at Dow industrial site on Gulf Coast; Startup Universal Hydrogen successfully flies 40-seat plane - powered mainly by hydrogen - during short test flight; China’s Sinopec breaks ground on $831 mn, 390 MW, green H2 project in Mongolia; Saudi 2.2 GW green H2 project lines up $8.5 bn in construction financing; Tesla moving forward on V2G, perhaps as early as 2025; U.S. Postal Service to buy 9,250 commercial off-the-shelf EVs - the Ford EV Transit - and 14,000 charging stations; China’s Farasis Energy to supply low-density sodium ion batteries to Jiangling Motors, Chinese EV maker owned largely by Renault; Toyota plans on KY auto plant for 100% made-in-US EV. 



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