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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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1) Ford’s May EV sales up 222% over the same period last year. First 201 F-150 Lightning delivered to dealers. 2) Single prop ALIA electric aircraft completes 1,400-mile, multi-stop journey from Plattsburgh, New York to Bentonville, Arkansas 3) VW advances production of its ID4 electric vehicle in Chattanooga plant by several months, bringing, "significant quantities" to market by September. Factory will eventually be able to make 10,000 ID4s monthly. 4) Federal Highway Administration rolls out proposed regulations setting minimum standards and requirements for EV charging projects funded by the recently passed Infrastructure Bill. Regs apply to installation, operations, and maintenance of EV charging infrastructure, as well as interoperability, on-premise signage, reporting data, network connectivity, pricing, real time availability, and accessibility through mapping applications. 5) Australian aluminum smelter Rio Tinto issues RFP for 1,140 MW of reliable energy supply from utility-scale wind and solar projects. Rio says this is equivalent to a minimum of 4,000 MW of wind and solar with firming. 6) California Energy Commission gives SoCalGas a $750,000 grant to start developing new hydrogen production system using biogas to create green hydrogen. 7) Abu Dhabi’s Masdar signs agreement with Azerbaijan to develop up to 10,000 MW of renewable projects, including huge Caspian Sea offshore wind project tied to green hydrogen production. Phase 1 includes 1,000 MW each of onshore wind and solar, as well as 2,000 MW of "integrated offshore, wind and green hydrogen projects." #theenergyswitch #EVs #sustainability #greenhydrogen #electricplanes #renewables #thenergytransition
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