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  • Rural Renewable Energy Alliance — Helping Low-Income Families Switch To Solar favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - Even low-income families now have a path to embracing solar energy — well, at least in some parts of the country anyway — thanks to work being done by the Rural Renewable Energy Alliance. The rather grizzled organization — started 15 years ago — has...
  • Russia Imposing Fines On Solar Developers Behind Schedule? favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - It seems that the recent delays in commissioning various new solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants in Russia won’t go unpunished, according to recent reports. The Russian state will apparently be imposing large fines on a number of large developers that have failed to meet their...
  • Algeria Doubling Renewable Energy Target, Now 25 GW By 2030 favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - The northern African country of Algeria is doubling its previous 2030 goal for renewable energy, according to recent reports — with the new goal standing at 25 gigawatts (GW) by 2030, rather than 12 GW. While this change to the country’s goals aren’t official yet,...
  • What 2014 Meant For Wind In 5 Graphics favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - AWEA Blog By Emily Williams How much was installed in 2014? In 2014, 4,854 megawatts (MW) were installed in the US – over four times more new wind energy than in 2013. There were about 2,500 turbines installed in 19 states – enough to power...
  • Keystone XL Bill Passes Senate favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - The bitterly controversial Keystone XL pipeline bill has just come one step closer to becoming law. The Republican-led US Senate passed an $8 billion bill an hour ago (Thursday afternoon, January 29) to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. As you may know, CleanTechnica...
  • Despite Esteem for Science, Public at Odds with Scientists on Major Issues favicon Scientific American (Yesterday) - Scientists and their work have an important place in every major aspect of American life. Many hope that advances in science will improve people's lives and enhance the economy. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com ...
  • Will Super Bowl XLIX Be The Greenest Super Bowl In History? favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - 100% wind power, energy efficiency and recycling, and solar-powered teams are combining to make Super Bowl XLIX the greenest Super Bowl in history Will Super Bowl XLIX Be The Greenest Super Bowl In History? was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join...
  • Abandoned oil and gas wells are leaking methane across the USA favicon Inhabitat (Yesterday) - After the State of the Union Address and the touting of the abundance of our natural resources, you’d probably think that our natural gas game in the U.S. is strong. Meanwhile, the big environmental organizations are going off about the Keystone XL Pipeline, and smaller...
  • Gevo Raises Money After Win At Supreme Court favicon Alternative Energy Stocks (Yesterday) - Jim Lane Following just one day after a big win in the Supreme Court and a corporate update last week, Gevo (GEVO) announced that it intends to offer and sell, subject to market and other conditions, common stock units. Each common stock unit will consist...
  • A Graphic to Help Map the Carbon Dioxide Removal Field favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - For the carbon dioxide removal (CDR) field, breadth is a blessing and a curse. On the bright side, the numerous approaches to CDR suggest the potential for deploying a diverse portfolio of CDR projects that reduces both the risks and costs of preventing climate change....
  • Latin America Solar Market Grew 370% In 2014 favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - New figures released by GTM Research show that the Latin America solar PV market grew by 370% in 2014, installing a total of 625 MW. Latin America comprises Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean, a number of regions that have each been making...
  • Washington Utilities Embracing A Culture Of Deception favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - We may be entering the Year of the Goat, but for monopoly utilities, it’s more like the Year of the Snake. These behemoths have suffered a series of beatdowns over the past two years in their efforts to kill policies that protect consumers and our...
  • Want to Avoid Oil's Gloom? Turn to the Sun, Says Outsider Nick Hodge favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - Nick Hodge is founder and president of the Outsider Club, and investment director of Early Advantage. He is the author of Energy Investing for Dummies, appears regularly at investment conferences, including the Cambridge House Vancouver Resource Investment Conference.read more...
  • Global Plastic Production Rises, Recycling Lags favicon InvestorIdeas (Yesterday) - Washington, D.C. - January 29, 2015 (Investorideas.com renewable energy stocks newswire) For more than 50 years, global production of plastic has continued to rise....
  • Supreme Court Sides With Gevo In Patent Dispute favicon Alternative Energy Stocks (Yesterday) - Jim Lane In Washington, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Gevo’s (NASD: GEVO) favor and overturned an earlier Federal Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on the interpretation of key patent claims. On April 11, 2013, the Delaware District Court (District Court) entered a final judgment...
  • Climate and Renewable Trends for 2015 favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - Continued global job creation in the renewable energy sector, the increasing political clout of US renewable energy businesses, China's efforts to cut CO2 emissions and the evolution of global energy markets increasingly away from fossil fuels should provide plenty of opportunity for continued progress in...
  • GE And Statoil To Develop Sustainable Energy Solutions favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Energy Statoil and multinational GE announced a new collaboration between the two companies on Wednesday, aimed at developing more environmentally and economically sustainable energy solutions “to help fuel the future.” But this announcement doesn’t involve developing solar and wind technology, rather, GE and Statoil are...
  • American Wind Energy Rebounded In 2014: AWEA favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - The American Wind Energy Association has released its fourth quarter 2014 wind energy industry report, and it was good news for the American wind energy industry in 2014, with more than four times more wind energy coming online than the year previously. The report, released...
  • Frost & Sullivan Predict Renewables To More Than Double By 2025 favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Global consulting firm Frost & Sullivan released a new analysis this week which forecasts the global installed capacity of renewable energy to more than double by 2025 — increasing from 1,566 GW in 2012 to 3,203 GW in 2025. Specifically, solar photovoltaic, wind, and hydro will...
  • Georgia & Florida Ending Solar Lease Bans? favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Georgia’s long ban on solar leases may finally be approaching its end, with third-party financing for on-site residential and commercial solar arrays possibly set to become legal once again, according to recent reports. The news is based on a bill introduced by a Republican state representative,...
  • Eos Energy Storage’s Aurora Battery System Commercially Available In 2016, At $160/kWh favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Eos Energy Storage will be making its megawatt-scale Aurora system commercially available starting in 2016 at a price of $160/kWh, according to a recent press release. The company’s standard offering, the Aurora 1000|4000 product, is a containerized 1 megawatt (MW) DC battery system that can...
  • Michael Liebreich Compares Energy Market To Jurassic Era favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Chairman of the Advisory Board for Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Michael Liebreich, regularly presents his top 10 predictions for the oncoming year in clean energy — and he’s back again, but instead of comparisons to Russian imagery, Liebreich has gone with something a little more...
  • Capturing Methane to Fuel Drilling Operations favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - Methane emissions from fuel production have become an issue for regulators concerned about greenhouse gasses, as well as for oil and gas producers who see money going up in flames as gas flares. innovators are finding ways to capture the wasted natural gas and profitably...
  • Economic Trade-Offs Of Owning vs. Leasing Solar Photovoltaic Systems Explored By New NREL Reports favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - The economic trade-offs of owning rather than leasing solar photovoltaic systems was explored in depth by a pair of new reports from the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). These reports go over the various options available to customers when deciding on which way to...
  • Qatar Close To Opening 200 MW Solar Tender favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - The sovereign state of Qatar is getting close to opening its long-delayed 200-megawatt solar tender, according to recent reports. Despite being first mentioned all the way back in late 2012, the solar tender has yet to officially launch — with numerous delays since that earlier...
  • Massive Current And Future Climate Impacts For Australia favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - A new report from Australia’s CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology has found massive current and future climate impacts for the country, and highlights the need for ambitious post-2020 pollution reduction targets — targets that are sorely missing in the current national political climate. According to...
  • Decoupling and Demand Side Management in Colorado favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - Utility revenue decoupling is often seen as an enabling policy supporting “demand side management” (DSM) programs. DSM is a catch-all term for the things you can do behind the meter that reduce the amount of energy a utility needs to produce or the amount of...
  • Natural Gas Prices Drop Following Strong Production Growth favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - Following a short-lived price increase over the course of November, natural gas prices have dropped to their lowest levels since all the way back in September of 2012, which is a reflection of very strong and healthy domestic production and inventory builds.read more...
  • Fun Times Over At The House Natural Resources Committee, With A Northrop-Grumman Twist favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - If you're looking for drama, intrigue, and very twisty plot twists, check out the goings-on over at the House Natural Resources Committee Fun Times Over At The House Natural Resources Committee, With A Northrop-Grumman Twist was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica,...
  • Another Step Forward for Demand Response: The Case of FERC Order 745 favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - FERC Order 745 is a vital federal rule on demand response, which relies on people and technology, not power plants, to manage stress on the electric grid during periods of peak energy demand. But this critical energy management tool has also been subject to an...

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