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On May 21, the Ohio Power Siting Board recommended conditional approval of the $126 million Icebreaker six-turbine wind project proposed… The post Lake Erie Wind Farm Gets a Reprieve; New York Interested ...
2. The Siren Song of Wind Power: Impending Competitiveness
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“The wind PTC was initially passed in 1992 as a temporary incentive to help a then fledgling industry… However, after… The post The Siren Song of Wind Power: Impending Competitiveness appeared first ...
3. Germany, Like the U.S., Needs to Reform Its Renewable Power Approach
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Germany heavily taxes its power consumers for the added cost of wind and solar power. Power consumers make up the… The post Germany, Like the U.S., Needs to Reform Its Renewable Power Approach appeared ...
4. For New York, Coal Is Out and Renewables Are In
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The last coal-fired power plant in New York is closing and its power will be replaced by renewable energy—wind and… The post For New York, Coal Is Out and Renewables Are In appeared first on IER. ...
5. EIA Releases Its Annual Energy Outlook 2020
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The Energy Information Administration (EIA) continues its optimistic outlook on the cost of wind and solar power, resulting in renewable… The post EIA Releases Its Annual Energy Outlook 2020 appeared ...
6. #39: Paige Lambermont on hydropower regulations
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Paige Lambermont joins the show to discuss hurdles preventing greater development of America’s hydro-electric capabilities. The team also takes a… The post #39: Paige Lambermont on hydropower ...
7. New Jersey Doubles Its Offshore Wind Commitment
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New Jersey has joined other Atlantic Coast states in increasing its commitment to construct offshore wind power. Governor Murphy signed… The post New Jersey Doubles Its Offshore Wind Commitment ...
Table of Contents Executive Summary Background History of Hydropower Pre-Industrial Major Innovation Growth of Hydropower The New Deal The Public… The post A Review of the Impacts of Government ...
9. EPA Finalizes the Affordable Clean Energy Rule, Replacing Clean Power Plan
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The Affordable Clean Energy Rule (ACE) provides a plan for states to make realistic assessments and upgrade their power plants… The post EPA Finalizes the Affordable Clean Energy Rule, Replacing ...
More cities, states, and even utilities are pledging to shift to all renewable energy. But experts say the nation's power grid needs a lot of changes to make that happen. ...
Solar is booming in Georgia, and it's not because of state mandates supporting renewable energy or concerns about climate change. Instead, powerful market forces are driving the growth. ...
12. 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 ...
Walmart, GM, Google, Johnson & Johnson and other corporations are forming a trade organization to promote the interests of renewable energy buyers. ...
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. ...
President Barack Obama ordered the federal government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent from 2008 levels over the next 10 years by shifting to renewable energy sources such as solar pow ...
16. “Sun in a box” would store renewable energy for the grid
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Design for system that provides solar- or wind-generated power on demand should be cheaper than other leading options.
17. Massive Solar Farm Proposed in Virginia
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A 500-megawatt solar power generating facility operating on about 2 million solar panels and erected on land stretching 10 square miles,… The post Massive Solar Farm Proposed in Virginia appeared ...
China’s energy regulator indicated the country will speed up efforts to ensure its wind and solar power can compete without… The post China Is Expected to Phase Out Renewable Subsidies, Continue ...
19. Wind Gives Way to Solar Power and Natural Gas After Federal Subsidies End
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Wind’s federal subsidy, the production tax credit, is currently set to be phased out by 2020, at which point wind… The post Wind Gives Way to Solar Power and Natural Gas After Federal Subsidies ...
20. 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 ...
21. NHA, OREC Partner to Create Marine Energy Council
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The National Hydropower Association and Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition have announced the formation of the Marine Energy Council, which will offer a new home for marine energies at NHA. ...
22. 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 ...
23. New DOE Grants Can Apply to Small, Low-Head Hydropower Turbines
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Among the nine topics and 26 new subtopics announced by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, through its Small Business Innovation Research and Technology Transfer ...
24. German Renewables Output Tops Lignite
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Renewables became Germany’s most important power source for the first time this year, according to Agora Energiewende. ...
25. 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 ...
26. The Next Revolution: Discarding Dangerous Fossil Fuel Accounting Practices
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The green revolution and, in particular, renewable energy products such as solar power, wind turbines, geothermal and algae-based fuels are not waiting for viable technology — it already exists in many ...
27. 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, ...
... the companies have said they will procure at least 1,600 MW of new, renewable energy. The White House said in a statement that it expects to announce a second round of similar pledges later this fall from ...
29. Renewables to Beat Fossil Fuels With $3.7 Trillion Solar Boom
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Renewable energy will draw almost two-thirds of the spending on new power plants over the next 25 years, dwarfing spending on fossil fuels, as plunging costs make solar the first choice for consumers and ...
30. 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 ...
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