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Decarbonization: Resolving Uncertainty with Modeling and Engineering

Posted by OnLocation on Nov 20, 2022 12:01:52 PM



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Topics: NEMS, Energy Modeling, Energy Policy, Alternative Power, Alternative Technologies, carbon capture, Scenario Analysis, Clean Energy

Updated Study Examines the Impact of Halting New Lease Sales in the Gulf of Mexico and Low Oil Demands

Posted by OnLocation on Oct 4, 2022 10:43:00 AM

(Updated October 2022 study revises prior study published in May 2022)

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Topics: Energy Policy, Oil and Gas Production, Scenario Analysis

An Innovative Approach to Achieving a Clean Energy Future

Posted by OnLocation on Jul 29, 2022 2:55:18 PM

Over the past several years, the Energy Innovation Reform Project (EIRP) has developed and promoted an Innovation + Regulation Policy Framework (I+R) for decarbonizing the U.S. electric power sector. OnLocation, Inc. completed a comprehensive modeling analysis for EIRP to identify the potential benefits and challenges of employing the I+R Framework. The study found that the I+R Framework is more cost-effective and results in greater diversity of generation options, including more firm and dispatchable clean power, than the alternative regulation-only clean energy policy examined.

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Topics: NEMS, Energy Modeling, Environmental Regulation, Energy Policy, climate change, Advanced Technologies, carbon capture, Innovation + Regulation, Clean Energy

Energy Storage: Options for Fossil Power

Posted by OnLocation on Jun 13, 2022 12:22:05 PM

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Topics: fossil fuels

Challenges of Modeling Hydrogen in the U.S. Energy System

Posted by OnLocation on May 12, 2022 2:17:11 PM

It will be impossible for the United States and other countries to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions without improved and new clean energy sources. Hydrogen, which has been discussed for decades as a potential cornerstone technology, is thought by many to be critically important. Hydrogen is a clean burning fuel; can be manufactured from and used to produce low and zero-carbon energy; and is more suitable for use in certain carbon-intensive industrial applications than electrification.

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Topics: NEMS, Energy Modeling, Hydrogen

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