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This magazine is no longer being published as of May 1, 2012.

Renewable Energy World North America Edition content is included within the global edition of Renewable Energy World Magazine. The combined circulation is now more than 50,000. In addition, bonus copies are distributed at key events that cover the North American renewable energy industry.

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Renewable Energy World North America Article Archives

Cradle of Innovation: A Golden State of Mind

Steve Leone, Associate Editor, February 10, 2012 California was long ago picked clean of its gold, but the state continues to foster a prospector's mentality and a willingness to sift through the swift current of ideas for one...

Ontario Post Election: Is the Financing Market Ready?

Andrew Kinross, Director, Energy Practice, Navigant Consulting and Jonathan Weisz, Head of Project Finance, Torys LLP February 9, 2012 On October 6, 2011 the Ontario Liberals were re-elected paving the way for a continuation of the Green Energy Act. Shortly after that several announcements were made indicating ...

DOE's Untold Impact on Solar

Robert Lahey, Ardour Capital Investments February 3, 2012 The Obama Administration's $60 billion Loan Guarantee Program (LGP) for renewable energy is considered a failure because of Solyndra, Beacon Power, and potential 2012 bankruptci...

If Solar is Contagious, Can Utilities Help Spread the Bug?

Meg Cichon, Associate Editor, February 2, 2012 You may have heard it before, but it is worth mentioning again: In residential communities, solar is contagious. But a recent study, "Peer Effects in the Diffusion of Solar Phot...

Executive Roundtable: The Future of Utility-Scale Renewables

Lindsay Morris, Associate Editor, Power Engineering February 2, 2012 Renewable energy in the United States is at a crossroads. With several federal tax grants set to expire by the end of 2012, utilities are trying to decide if the falling prices ...


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