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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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  • Jun 22, 2022

Vattenfall to install first recyclable offshore wind blades; Herz takes delivery of Polestar EVs; CharIN demos heavy truck charger standard at up to 3.75 MW; Stellantis demonstrates capability to charge Fiat 500 EV wirelessly on test track; Ford recalls 49,000 Mach E Mustangs; NextEra to eliminate all direct and indirect carbon emissions by 2045; NH’s Liberty Utilities to double rates starting July - up to 22 cents for energy portion of bill; Australian Energy Market Operator suspends markets for over a week owing to high prices

1) Swedish energy company, Vattenfall will install Siemens Gamesa's recyclable blades at offshore site.

2)  Hertz begins taking deliveries of Polestar EVs, w/up to 30% of fleet electric by 2024. 

3) CharIN, a consortium of charging companies and automobile OEMs, demonstrates its Megawatt Charging System, w/goal of creating a common future charging standard for heavy vehicles. Prototype design enables charging capacities of up to 3.75 MW.

4) Stellantis demonstrates electric Fiat 500 equipped to travel and charge wirelessly.

5) Ford stops selling electric Mustang Mach-E, after safety defect discovered, recalls 49,000 vehicles.

6) NextEra to cut all direct and indirect carbon emissions by 2045. It plans to expand Florida Power & Light's solar to 90,000 MW and boost energy storage c to 50,000 MW, w/o increasing customer bills. NextEra projects estimated $4 trillion of investments to decarbonize US economy by 2050, w/up to 7,000 GW of renewables and storage. Also committing to hydrogen, converting up to 16,000 MW of gas fired plants to H2

7) New Hampshire utility, Liberty Utilities will increase rates two-fold, from 11.01 cents, to 22.23 cents/KWh from July December, blaming high gas prices that drive power prices. 

8) Australia’s Energy Market Operator suspends national electricity market in face of high prices, setting fixed rates and designating power plants that must operate. 

#recyclableblades #circulareconomy #theenergyswitch #energytransition#australia #ukraine #energyprices  #EVs #Ford #NextEra


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