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Experts warn renewable energy not immune to cyber attacks

Cybersecurity in renewable energy is a less explored topic, so we’re bringing together recent examples of cyber threats to wind and solar energy and offering recommendations from cybersecurity professionals as renewables shift from emerging technology to critical infrastructure. Renewables arguably now critical infrastructure The United States Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) identifies 16 critical … Read more

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Renewable energy’s global, national and regional moment

The International Energy Agency projects that spending on renewables in 2022 will exceed the record $440 billion invested last year. Massive heatwaves this summer have sparked increase conversations and fear about climate change risk and impacts on the grid. Russia’s war in Ukraine has regions like Europe worried about energy independence. Investors seeking portfolio growth … Read more

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Renewable Energy Myths Debunked

New technologies always come with their naysayers and skeptics, but renewable energy has sure seen some wild theories and conspiracies. While legitimate problems in renewables do need solving, it’s clear that renewable energy is a bold path forward in the reduction of climate change risk, increased energy independence and cleaner air for generations to come. … Read more

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Compute North breaks down the Executive Order to lower energy consumption and emissions from bitcoin mining

The Biden administration is reportedly crafting policies intended to lower energy consumption and emissions from bitcoin mining. According to the White House, if cryptocurrency is going to be part of our financial system in any meaningful way, it must be developed responsibly and must minimize total emissions. To that end, the White House tasked its Office … Read more