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Enel Green Power moves one step closer to solar cell and module factory in Oklahoma

By Anne Fischer

If approved, the proposed U.S. factory will be Enel’s second solar manufacturing facility, as it previously announced the expansion of its 3Sun Gigafactory in Catania, Sicily. The U.S. factory will also be one of the few in the country manufacturing cells as well as modules.


NextEra Blows Green Hydrogen Raspberry At Renewable Energy Foes

By Tina Casey

The Florida energy firm NextEra Energy Partners has decided to ditch its natural gas pipelines and transform itself into a pure-play renewable energy investment opportunity. That pulls the rug out from under Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has been agitating against renewable energy investment. Nevertheless, green hydrogen is part of NextEra’s overall plan, and if all goes according to plan, the green hydrogen wave will hit Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma, too.


Oklahoma the latest state to boot BlackRock, other firms over ESG investment

By Ramsey Touchberry

The world’s largest financial institutions were blacklisted Wednesday by Oklahoma from doing business with state entities over their support of the climate change-focused investment strategy ESG.


Oklahoma is about to get one of the largest solar cell factories in the US

By Michelle Lewis

Enel North America has named Oklahoma as its preferred choice for its planned 3-gigawatt (GW) solar panel and cell factory.


Enel says Oklahoma is top candidate for its US solar panel factory

By Nichola Groom

Italian utility Enel SpA (ENEI.MI) on Tuesday said Oklahoma was the leading candidate to become the home of a major U.S. solar panel and cell factory it announced last year.


U.S. Secretary of Energy: Sooner State could become well known for renewable energy

By Jennifer M. Granholm

Perhaps no other state is more connected — culturally and economically — to fossil fuels than Oklahoma.


Heat mapping campaign could identify, solve extreme heat targeting OKC’s most vulnerable

By Jessie Christopher Smith

How much hotter are poorer, inner-city neighborhoods than leafy, wealthier pockets? Is climate change disproportionately impacting people in urban areas with fewer trees and less money to pay for air conditioning? What can be done to help residents in periods of extreme heat?


Tornado-spawning storms may get worse due to warming

By Associated Press

America will probably get more killer tornado- and hail-spawning supercells as the world warms, according to a new study that also warns the lethal storms will edge eastward to strike more frequently in the more populous Southern states, like Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.


Is Oklahoma’s fight against pro-environmental policies hurting business recruitment?

By Ben Felder

Oklahoma’s Republican lawmakers are pushing back on environmentally conscious investment programs, a political effort they say protects the state’s oil and gas economy while also combating “woke ideology.”


NextEra’s Skeleton Creek Project: A Renewable Energy Game Changer with Massive Wind and Solar Farms and Battery Storage

By Jon Derbyster

Battery storage technology is rapidly evolving and becoming an increasingly important component of renewable energy projects. One of the most notable projects in the United States is being developed by NextEra in Northwest Oklahoma.