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Aug
05
2014

Les Cedres, Stevens Creek hydropower projects join Hydro Hall of Fame

Two additional plants were added to the Hydro Hall of Fame at this year’s HydroVision International closing awards luncheon and finale in Nashville, MORE»

Aug
05
2014

Les Cedres, Stevens Creek hydropower projects join Hydro Hall of Fame

Two additional plants were added to the Hydro Hall of Fame at this year’s HydroVision International closing awards luncheon and finale in Nashville, MORE»

Aug
05
2014

Countdown Begins to Projects of the Year Deadline!

August 31 is the last day to apply for the Projects of the Year and Woman of the Year awards, which you can do by clicking here. The awards are given for Best Renewable MORE»

Aug
05
2014

Trade Case Backlash: 3 GW of US Utility-scale Solar at Risk

More than 3 gigawatts (GW) of the projects currently in the U.S. photovoltaic (PV) project pipeline had been set to use Chinese modules, according to the latest NPD Solarbuzz MORE»

Aug
05
2014

Areva Posts Loss, Announces Close of Solar Business

Shares in Areva closed 20 percent lower on Friday as the French nuclear group posted a first-half loss and announced it was dropping its solar MORE»

Aug
05
2014

Greening or Greenwashing? Illinois Cities’ Use of RECs Shows Challenges with Local Energy Choice

A recent report from the World Wildlife Fund (and others) touts how city energy aggregation is “unleashing” renewable energy in Illinois. Buying electricity on behalf of MORE»

Aug
05
2014

Siemens Eyeing Mexican Wind Market

Siemens AG, the biggest European engineering company, is considering opportunities in Mexican oil, gas and renewables industries after efforts by President Enrique Pena Nieto MORE»

Aug
05
2014

A Requiem for Today’s Grid

People speak reverentially about the electricity grid, and rightly so. The U.S.’ electricity grid is an awesome technical, operational, and public policy accomplishment. MORE»

Aug
05
2014

Obama Delay on Biofuel Rule Puts Intended Beneficiaries in Bind

In the arid Imperial Valley of California, Tim Brummels is trying to turn an agricultural cousin of sugarcane into low-carbon MORE»

Aug
04
2014

Renewable Heating and Cooling Now Mandated in Massachusetts

In the Northeast United States, homeowners and businesses use a lot of energy to heat (and cool, but mostly heat) their buildings and a new bill, waiting for Massachusetts MORE»

Aug
04
2014

Siemens $25 Billion Financing Arm Helps Promote Renewable Energy Technologies

Siemens AG Chief Executive Officer Joe Kaeser is leaning on the manufacturer’s 19 billion-euro ($25 billion) financial services division as a tool to help fund nascent MORE»

Aug
04
2014

South Carolina Solar is Rising

After two years of negotiations, the South Carolina House of Representatives voted unanimously on new legislation to promote solar in the Palmetto State. As a result of the MORE»

Aug
04
2014

Gevo CEO Sees Minnesota Biofuels Plant Breaking Even This Year

Gevo Inc.’s biofuels plant in Minnesota, which has suffered production delays because of contamination, may break even by the end of 2014 as output of ethanol and MORE»

Aug
04
2014

Sharp Lightens Solar Business, Shifts Focus to Energy Storage Systems

Sharp Corp., the Japanese company that stopped making solar panels in the U.S. and the U.K., is betting power users in the U.S. will benefit from a device to store energy and MORE»

Aug
04
2014

Phasing Out Fossils: Big Companies Using Thermal Storage to Meet Carbon Rules

Clustered deep beneath the trading floors of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Manhattan headquarters are 92 tanks with enough ice for 3.4 million MORE»

 
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