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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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  • Jan 11, 2022

1) 1st cold front of yr cuts Permian Basin gas output 20% w/frozen equipment & flared off gas. Most lost output since last Feb.

2) New York’ 2022 State of State w/strong sustainability goals: $500 mn for offshore wind supply chain, $1 bn for EVs, a doubling of energy storage to 6,000 MW by 2030, and creation of designated national hydrogen hub. 

3) Cummins plans joins w/Chinese state-owned oil co Sinopec in 1 GW PEM Chinese electrolyzer factory. 

4) Nikola inks two separate contracts to supply total 200 electric trucks to Heniff and USA Truck in as-a service model.

5) Our Next Energy drives retrofitted Tesla Model S 725 miles on single charge of its 203.7 KWh battery. 

6) GM unveils electric Chevy Silverado pickup, out in 2023, w/est’d 400-mile range & base price of 39,900.

7) Ford to double 2023 F-150 Lightning production yet again, this time to 150K vehicles. 

8) Wallbox Industries announces a second gen bi-directional home charger, turning EVs into emergency backup power sources. 

9) GAF Energy’s nailable shingles can be installed by any roofing contractor as fast as a regular shingle.  New 50 MW facility in CA to produce 60” by 16” shingle w/pre-installed wiring. #sustainability #PKayDee #theenergyswitch#energytransition #solarenergy #EVs #batteries


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