Renewables Law Blog
News, Articles and Legal and Regulatory Information on Renewables from the Law Firm Babst Calland
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Our Renewables Law Blog provides timely legal and business information on issues impacting companies developing or investing in renewable energy generation.
Tagged: GreenGov Initiative, Project PULSE, renewable energy, solar energy
Tagged: DOE, Department of Energy, energy, solar
Tagged: Energy Storage Tax Incentive and Deployment Act of 2021, energy storage, tax credits
The Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced that it will be awarding up to $20Million to support research and development of emerging flow battery storage technology. The DOE’s announcement can be found here. Battery storage has been identified by the DOE as an integral piece of the puzzle to modernizing our grid and enabling the deployment of additional renewable energy resources. Regarding flow battery technology, the DOE stated that “while lithium-ion batteries are commonly used in electric vehicles and portable devices for various applications, flow batteries are particularly well-suited for grid storage needs.” The DOE aims to incentivize development of scalable and cost-effective “mid-sized” flow battery systems (between 10 to 100kWh). This funding opportunity follows several other recent announcements supporting the growth of energy storage, including the DOE’s Energy Storage Grand Challenge, a Department-wide program to accelerate the development, commercialization, and utilization of next-generation energy storage technologies and sustain American global leadership in energy storage, and a recently proposed Federal Bill to introduce a federal tax credit for energy storage, similar to those available to solar and wind projects.
Tagged: DOE, Department of Energy, Energy Storage Grand Challenge, battery storage
Tagged: Enterprise Products Partners LP, Virtual Power Purchase Agreement, renewable, solar
- advance electric grid, energy storage, and fuel cell equipment;
- equipment for production of low-carbon, low emission fuels, chemicals and other products;
- renewable energy and energy efficiency equipment;
- products or technologies that capture, remove, use, or store carbon dioxide; and
- advanced vehicles, components, and related infrastructure.
Tagged: Energy Manufacturing Act of 2021, Manufacturing, energy, tax credits
Tagged: Bureau of Land Management, DRECP, Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan, renewable
Tagged: FERC, electricity, renewable, transmission infrastructure
Tagged: SWPPP, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, enforcement action, solar, stormwater
Tagged: SB 583, West Virginia Senate Bill 583, energy, renewable, solar, tax credits