Hydropower Blog Posts

John Farrell - August 25, 2014

One Electric Utility Is Carbon Neutral Today

It’s one thing to own your utility and have a commitment to renewable energy, but it’s another thing to deliver. The municipal utility in Palo Alto, CA, set an ambitious target of 33...

geoAMPS - August 20, 2014

Renewables' difficult war for workforce talent

With increased global demand for energy and concerns over climate change, renewable energy industries worldwide are projected to be in a growth phase for the foreseeable future. That...

Carlee Quintas - August 20, 2014

Texas Wind Energy

In the last few years, wind has become an increasingly attractive source of renewable energy. It is the world’s fastest growing energy technology, and is currently most prominent in...

Jason Prince - August 19, 2014

The Winds of Change: PJM Tier I REC Market Update

  PJM Tier I REC prices have remained elevated throughout 2014 compared to the mid-$3 level that they started at in 2013. The following analysis describes why prices have been supported...

geoAMPS - August 14, 2014

Developing rail systems to address climate change

With increasing concerns over climate change, nations are looking toward new ways to generate and use energy that reduce mankind’s carbon footprint. One way to accomplish that goal...

Sharryn Dotson - August 05, 2014

Countdown Begins to Projects of the Year Deadline!

August 31 is the last day to apply for the Projects of the Year and Woman of the Year awards, which you can do by clicking here. The awards are given for Best Renewable Energy, Best...

geoAMPS - August 01, 2014

Dealing with impacts of an aging workforce

Retirement Day is a long-awaited day of celebration for a veteran employee. For their employer, though, it can mean a difficult road ahead, especially if the employer has not taken...

Alternative Matters - July 29, 2014

Save While You Sleep

Sometimes it’s the simplest of things that make the biggest impact. Or at least that’s what Bedol thinks. They create a wide variety of water-powered clocks, including alarm clocks....

Michael Brower - July 24, 2014

Despite Ohio Freeze, Renewable Energy Continues To Be Hot

Last month, Ohio Governor Kasich signed legislation putting a two-year ‘freeze’ on the state’s proven, successful, and money-saving renewable energy standard. Doing so, he is moving...

Jennifer Runyon - July 17, 2014

From the Editor: It's Really All About Renewable Energy Projects

At Renewable Energy World, we understand that while we spend lots of time writing about the policies, technologies and intricacies of financing renewable energy, the only measureable...

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