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Energy & Environment — Progressives push back on permitting in defense bill

The Hill 06 Dec 2022
This is Overnight Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond ... Sign up for the Energy and Environment newsletter ... “We can advance permitting for clean energy without taking a hatchet to environmental protections for frontline communities.
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DRIED UP: In California, desalination offers only partial solution to growing drought

The Hill 05 Dec 2022
That’s because the technology, which is both expensive and energy intensive, can leave behind a mammoth-sized footprint on both surrounding communities and marine life, even as it helps quench the thirst of a parched citizenry.  One of several necessary strategies ... In Utah, drying Great Salt Lake leads to air pollution.
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Soucheray: Drivers can only hope for safe St. Paul streets this winter

Pioneer Press 03 Dec 2022
The first real snow of the season fell all day Tuesday and ended in St. Paul at about 7 p.m ... Because her car might as well have been at center ice of the Xcel Energy Center. No sand, no salt, remember? ... For what we pay in taxes in this town, we should expect sanding and salting trucks out sanding and salting in a 24-hour loop after every plowable snow.
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The Controversy About Salt

Principia Scientific 01 Dec 2022
The divided findings around salt reveal an issue at the heart of medical science and clinical practice. Is eating too much salt truly harmful? ... In his book “The Salt Fix ... For most people, DiNicolantonio claims, eating more salt can improve energy, sleep, fitness, and even fertility and sexual function ... “Salt is an essential mineral.
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McMorris Rodgers demands fuel reserve answers from energy secretary

Victoria Advocate 01 Dec 2022
John Barrasso, R-Wyoming, sent a letter to Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm raising concerns about the potential damage of taking fuel out of storage to increase supply in the marketplace and drive down prices ... McMorris Rodgers serves as ranking member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
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rPlus Energies Announces Theresa Foxley as Chief of Staff

HJ News 01 Dec 2022
SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Renewable energy developer rPlus Energies ("rPlus") today announced that Theresa Foxley will be joining as its chief of staff after having spent the last eight years in statewide economic development ... Together Resta and Gardner created rPlus Energies in late 2018 ... About rPlus Energies ... SOURCE Rplus Energies.
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U.S. wind outlook lifted by tax breaks for long duration storage

Reuters 01 Dec 2022
Tax incentives for long duration energy storage in the U.S ... November 30 - New tax credits for energy storage in the U.S ... Heat storage technologies include pumped heat energy storage systems that convert electrical energy into thermal energy, storing the heat in molten salt and cold in chilled liquid.
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Letter: Utah must balance growth with clean energy

Ogden Standard Examiner 30 Nov 2022
Transportation, area sources (such as homes, buildings, and businesses), nonroad equipment, and industry, are contributing more and more to particulate matter in the air and increasing the chance of disease in Salt Lake residents.
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Feedback from November 24 and Beyond

Salt Lake City Weekly 30 Nov 2022
Transportation, area sources—such as homes, buildings and businesses—non-road equipment and industry are all contributing more and more to particulate matter in the air and increasing the chance of disease for Salt Lake residents ... Congress must pass legislation with incentives to transition to clean energy and transportation.
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Colbún inaugurates first of 800MW energy storage projects, in Chile’s Atacama

Energy Storage News 29 Nov 2022
But even before that, a handful of huge energy storage projects have been announced this year, including Colbún’s, AES’ plans to convert a coal plant into 560MW of molten salt-based energy storage, Canadian Solar’s recent tender win to deploy solar-plus-storage ...
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Researchers construct nanochannels from graphene oxide nanosheets to harvest ocean osmotic energy

Phys Dot Org 28 Nov 2022
When thinking of renewable energy sources, it is often solar or wind that spring to mind first—but what about ocean energy? ... Blue energy harvesting is a renewable energy that uses the salt content difference between river water and seawater to generate electricity ... "This means we can harvest more energy through high volumes of water.
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A defunct Maine club drew hundreds for weekend dance party

Bangor Daily News 28 Nov 2022
PORTLAND, Maine — It was just like the old days. An eager line snaked down the sidewalk outside, people waiting to get in ... Credit. Troy R. Bennett / BDN ... Credit ... At one point, Salt-N-Peppa’s “Push It” came through the loudspeakers. A stab of high voltage energy then swept through the crowd, the song eliciting wild whoops of approval ... ....
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AP News Summary at 1:16 p.m. EST

Corvallis Gazette-Times 26 Nov 2022
Big weekend for Beers, von Oelhoffen Federal lawsuit challenges Oregon's Measure 114 What's opened and closed Thanksgiving weekend 2022 in Benton and Linn counties Corvallis council pulls home energy scores from voters, revisits issue Corvallis puts $500K on affordable housing project There’s a new K9 in town.
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AP News Summary at 1:01 p.m. EST

The Roanoke Times 26 Nov 2022
Officials say creating a panel requires mining nearly 160,000 tons of salt deep below the surface. Sober or bright? Europe faces holidays during energy crunch ... They could dim festive lighting to send a message of energy conservation and solidarity with citizens squeezed by higher energy costs and inflation.
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AP News Summary at 12:18 p.m. EST

The Roanoke Times 26 Nov 2022
Officials say creating a panel requires mining nearly 160,000 tons of salt deep below the surface. Sober or bright? Europe faces holidays during energy crunch ... They could dim festive lighting to send a message of energy conservation and solidarity with citizens squeezed by higher energy costs and inflation.

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