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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) Sun Cable announces $2.5 bn investment in Indonesia to support 3,100 mile project to move solar energy from Australia to Singapore, while increasing the project by from 14 GW to between 17 & 20 GW, while adding between 36 & 42 GWH of storage.

2) Ford & Redwood Materials announced partnership to increase U.S. recycling of EV batteries, focusing on collection and disassembling of spent batteries from Ford's EVs; Ford also invests $50 million in Redwood. 

3) Michigan plans to build the first U.S. public road on which EVs can wirelessly charge as they drive, but Indiana may be ahead. 

4) NERC and FERC publish preliminary report on the winter storm with a focus on Texas. Biggest cause identified as being freezing issues, with largest sub causes being frozen instrumentation, and wind blade icing. 

5) London's largest taxi and car hire co, Addison Lee, will use only pure EVs after 2023. Boosting current fleet of 650 EVs, it will add 200 VW ID4s each month come November, w/total investment at about $220 million.

6) Chinese president Xi Jinping pledges China will no longer build coal generation plants abroad. No details on the commitment or timeline, nor any reference to domestic coal use. 

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