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Record cold temperatures have hit parts of Europe and Asia causing electricity prices to spike as the normal generating supplies… The post Extreme Cold and Lower Renewable Energy Output Spike Electricity ...
California set its first renewable portfolio standard in 2002 and currently requires 60 percent of its generation to come from… The post Biden’s “Clean Energy Standard” Will Increase Electricity ...
3. Biden’s Electricity Plan Follows California’s Lead
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California prides itself on being at the forefront of the so-called energy transition, having set its first renewable portfolio standard… The post Biden’s Electricity Plan Follows California’s Lead ...
California does it again. In 2001, California experienced rolling blackouts due to energy market manipulation by energy wholesalers and a… The post Renewable Mandates Are Leading to Electricity ...
5. Shift to renewable electricity a win-win at statewide level
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MIT research finds health savings from cleaner air exceed policy costs.
6. New Jersey Consumers Should Expect Electricity Rate Increases
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People who believe that wind and solar power are lowering their electric bills should look at New Jersey. Garden State… The post New Jersey Consumers Should Expect Electricity Rate Increases appeared ...
Idaho Power plans to stop using coal power plants. The news comes as a U.S. energy agency says renewable sources produced a record amount of electricity in 2018. ...
8. California’s 100-Percent Zero-Emission Power Goal
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California lawmakers have set a goal of relying entirely upon zero-emission energy sources for the state’s electricity by 2045. The… The post California’s 100-Percent Zero-Emission Power Goal appeared ...
9. Biogas at Home: A Renewable No-Brainer
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Germany is the leading producer of biogas in the developed world, with 8,700 biogas plants with 3,400 MW of installed electric generation capacity. The United States lags far behind with less than 450 ...
10. The New Normal? Renewables, Efficiency, And “Too Much Electricity”
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Just over a decade ago, the state of California faced serious concerns about whether its utilities could generate and/or buy enough power to assure that the world’s seventh-largest economy could keep the ...
The European Commission has offered up some new guidelines about managing electricity markets among its Member States, offering direction for design and support schemes for renewable energy, managing capacity, ...
12. From Cities to Soap, Recognizing the US EPA's Newest Top Green Power Users
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has updated its quarterly rankings of organizations that supply their electricity needs with renewable energy. You'll recognize a few of the new additions, ...
13. Steady but Modest Progress Found on Renewables Adoption
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The world has made “steady but modest progress” in improving global access to electricity and safe cooking fuels, increasing energy efficiency and adding renewable sources to the world’s energy mix, said ...
The United States, and indeed the world, would do well to reconsider the promise and the limitations of its infatuation with renewable energy. "The issue is, how do we decarbonize the electricity sector, ...
15. The Way Humans Get Electricity Is About to Change Forever
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Trillions of dollars will be invested in renewable energy over the next 25 years, driving some of the most profound changes yet in how humans get their electricity. That's according to a new forecast ...
16. U.K.’s Wind Farms Idled in Summer Heat Wave
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The United Kingdom’s wind farm capacity increased by over 10 percent from last year, but the share of electricity the… The post U.K.’s Wind Farms Idled in Summer Heat Wave appeared first on IER. ...
17. Massachusetts Offshore Wind Farm Forecasts Incredibly Low Rates
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A proposed wind farm off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts has indicated that it can produce electricity starting… The post Massachusetts Offshore Wind Farm Forecasts Incredibly Low ...
18. Electricity Bills in South Australia and Other Australian States Skyrocket
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Like many European countries, South Australia is betting on renewable energy for its electricity, closing coal plants in favor of... The post Electricity Bills in South Australia and Other Australian ...
Portugal’s renewable electricity production (mostly from hydropower and wind energy) exceeded monthly consumption in March. The average renewable generation for... The post Renewables Generated 103 Percent ...
With global carbon emissions on the rise, wind power continues to be an attractive option for states and countries looking to limit fossil fuel use and increase renewable energy. Wind already accounts ...
21. Oceans May Host Next Wave Of Renewable Energy
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Researchers say there's huge potential for harnessing ocean waves to create electricity. The Energy Department is backing one effort in Oregon.
22. Fuel from waste and electricity?
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... electric energy and the carbon feedstock. First, the electrical power production based on renewable resources, such as wind and solar energy, is promoted. Second, renewable feedstocks and waste streams ...
23. Vertical Axis Wind Turbines Can Offer Cheaper Electricity for Urban and Suburban Areas
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... in urban and suburban environments. In an article in this week’s Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, from AIP Publishing, the authors present results indicating that an optimally designed ...
24. California Lawmakers Seek 100 Percent Renewables by 2045
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California SB 584 would require 100 percent of all electricity sold in California at retail to be generated by eligible renewable energy resources by December 31, 2045.   ...
25. On College Campuses, Signs of Progress on Renewable Energy
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U.S. colleges and universities are increasingly deploying solar arrays and other forms of renewable energy. Yet most institutions have a long way to go if they are to meet their goal of being carbon neutral ...
26. MIT to neutralize 17 percent of carbon emissions through purchase of solar energy
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... North Carolina. Called Summit Farms, the facility, the largest renewable-energy project ever built in the U.S. through an alliance of diverse buyers, is expected to be completed and to begin delivering ...
27. Move over, solar: The next big renewable energy source could be at our feet
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Flooring can be made from any number of sustainable materials, making it, generally, an eco-friendly feature in homes and businesses alike.Now, however, flooring could be even more “green,” ...
28. Renewables have the economic advantage over fossil fuels
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A new energy market analysis shows the average cost of electricity from renewables is already lower than from fossil fuels, writes Alex Kirby. And as renewables eat deeper into the 'market share' ...
29. Does Renewable Energy Raise Electricity Prices?
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Since the big push from the U.S. government for investment in renewable energy in 2009, we’ve had the opportunity to see how prices have changed between states that have made large investments in renewable ...
Most Caribbean islands began generating electricity for municipal use around the 1930s through the establishment of public utility companies. But it wasn’t until the U.S. military began occupying several ...
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