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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)    Biden Administration plans on 15 GW of deep water floating by 2035 off CA and OR in West Coast and ME in East Coast.
2)    Construction underway on Rhode Island's South Quay Marine Terminal including 525-foot berth for offshore installation vessels and 10-acres of land for storing components. 
3)    Biden Administration approves over two-thirds of state NEVI plan, freeing $900 mn for EV charging build-out on nation's highways. 
4)    Stellantis' Jeep brand will launch four pure electric SUVs in Europe and North America by 2025, including Wagoneer, w/range of 400 miles.
5)    Ohio and Pennsylvania turnpike officials will electrify part of highway near Ohio-Pennsylvania border, so the drivers can charge while they drive. 
6)    160 mining trucks at BHP's Northern Chile Escondida mine will be all-electric by 2033, w/first Caterpillar mining trucks delivered next year. They are likely to be autonomous. 
7)    San Diego Gas and Electric, Southern California Gas, and Southwest Gas Corp jointly file w/CA PUC for approval of separate $10+ million hydrogen projects, to blend up to 20% hydrogen into certain parts of the natural gas pipeline systems. 
8)    White House releases report on the impacts of cryptocurrency, recommends federal agencies provide technical assistance to improve efficiencies, while creating standards for responsible design, development and use of crypto tech. 
9)    California Governor Newsom signs legislation to to include first-ever warning system rating heat events similarly to the way we now do hurricanes.

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