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1. 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 ...
2. BOEM’s Environmental Review of Offshore Wind Farms
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The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM) draft supplemental environmental review for Vineyard Wind off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard… The post BOEM’s Environmental Review of Offshore ...
3. IRS Grants Wind and Solar Safe Harbor Provisions
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The Internal Revenue Service extended the “safe harbor” provisions under the wind and solar tax credits to account for delays… The post IRS Grants Wind and Solar Safe Harbor Provisions appeared ...
4. Lake Erie Wind Project Gets Approval from Ohio
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Ohio has approved the Icebreaker wind farm in Lake Erie, which will be North America’s first offshore freshwater project, if… The post Lake Erie Wind Project Gets Approval from Ohio appeared ...
5. DOE Lab Finds Wind Output Plunges When Tax Credits End
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Investor Warren Buffet once famously said: “For example, on wind energy, we get a tax credit if we build a… The post DOE Lab Finds Wind Output Plunges When Tax Credits End appeared first on ...
6. Global Renewable Capacity Will Increase Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic
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According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), 167 gigawatts of renewable capacity are expected to be added in 2020—a decline… The post Global Renewable Capacity Will Increase Despite the Coronavirus ...
7. The Energy Update – Week of May 11 2020
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This week the team highlights new articles focusing on Virginia’s new renewable energy legislation, energy production predictions from the IEA,… The post The Energy Update – Week of ...
8. We Disagree with You, So Shut Up
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A cage fight has recently erupted among the Environmental Left.  It pits those who want to eliminate affordable energy against… The post We Disagree with You, So Shut Up appeared first on IER.
9. 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. ...
10. Solar Panels Perform Poorly in Minnesota During Winter Months
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Data show that solar panels do not work well during Minnesota winters. Solar panels generated nearly 30 percent of their… The post Solar Panels Perform Poorly in Minnesota During Winter Months appeared ...
11. Coronavirus Disrupts Supply Chains for Renewable Technologies
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Solar has become a global technology and it is part of an increasingly intertwined global supply chain with China as… The post Coronavirus Disrupts Supply Chains for Renewable Technologies appeared ...
12. Wind Turbine Blades Will Continue to Pile Up at U.S. Landfills
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Wind turbines are designed to last approximately 20 to 25 years. While the main core of wind turbines are made… The post Wind Turbine Blades Will Continue to Pile Up at U.S. Landfills appeared first ...
With support from renewable energy sources, the MIT research scientist says, we can consider hydrogen fuel as a tool for decarbonization. ...
14. Crescent Dunes: Another Obama Solar Failure
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The Nevada solar-energy plant Crescent Dunes has gone under after receiving a $737 million federal loan guarantee during the Obama… The post Crescent Dunes: Another Obama Solar Failure appeared ...
15. 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 ...
MIT researchers review renewable energy and carbon pricing policies as states consider repealing or relaxing renewable portfolio standards. ...
17. #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 ...
18. Subsidized Wind, Noncompetitive Wind
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The PTC was intended to be a temporary subsidy for a fledgling industry but has morphed into a massive handout… The post Subsidized Wind, Noncompetitive Wind appeared first on IER.
19. 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 ...
California has some of the most aggressive mandates for renewable energy production in the country. The state has a 100… The post California’s Aggressive Renewable Mandates Are Not Having the Desired ...
21. Worldwide Renewable Capacity Expected to Increase 50 Percent in 5 Years
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According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) in its Renewables 2019 report, global renewable capacity is expected to increase by… The post Worldwide Renewable Capacity Expected to Increase ...
22. The Cost of Decommissioning Wind Turbines is Huge
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In Minnesota, Xcel Energy estimates conservatively that it will cost $532,000 (in 2019 dollars) to decommission each of its wind… The post The Cost of Decommissioning Wind Turbines is Huge appeared ...
Kenny Stein, IER’s Policy Director, provided testimony before Indiana’s 21st Century Energy Policy Development Task Force on 10/17/19 on the… The post #34: Kenny Stein to Indiana’s 21st Century ...
24. Fossil-Fuel Divestment: A Shell Game
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Under the banner STOP FOSSIL FUELS. BUILD 100% RENEWABLES, the group 350.org last month announced “a new fossil free milestone:… The post Fossil-Fuel Divestment: A Shell Game appeared first on IER. ...
According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S. wind capacity additions in 2019 and 2020 will approach the annual record… The post Wind Capacity Increases as Builders Attempt to Capture ...
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 ...
27. Ocean City, Maryland Still Displeased with Placement of Offshore Wind Farms
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The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) approved two offshore wind projects off the coast of Ocean City in 2017. But,… The post Ocean City, Maryland Still Displeased with Placement of Offshore ...
28. RFA Welcomes New Member Valero Renewable Fuels Company LLC.
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The Renewable Fuels Association is pleased to announce the addition of Valero Renewable Fuels Company LLC, a subsidiary of Valero Energy Corporation, to its membership. Valero is one of the largest biofuels ...
Despite renewable energy investment more than tripling globally during the current decade compared to the last 10-year period, most of… The post Despite Large Investment in Renewable Energy, Coal ...
30. U.S. Closes Coal Plants as the Developing World Builds Them
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U.S. coal plants are closing due to low natural gas prices, state mandates, and federal subsidies for renewable energy, mainly… The post U.S. Closes Coal Plants as the Developing World Builds Them ...
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