Bioenergy Featured Blogs

Todd Olinsky-Paul - May 05, 2015

Supreme Court to Decide on Demand Response

This week, the US Supreme Court agreed to review a ruling by a lower court holding that FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, has no jurisdiction to regulate demand response...

Tom DeRosa - April 28, 2015

Renewables vs. Nuclear: Do We Need More Nuclear Power?

For at least the next 10 years, when considering new capacity, there should be little doubt that renewables will be the generation method of choice. Utility PV, solar thermal (especially...

Diarmaid Williams - April 24, 2015

Represent Renewables: One Week Left to Enter PEI's EMEA Project of the Year Awards

Power Engineering International has launched the EMEA Projects of the Year, which will seek to highlight the best in power plant construction across Europe, the Middle East and Africa....

Sol Systems - March 31, 2015

Is Community Solar Coming to Maryland?

Although renters or homeowners with shaded roofs may be ineligible to “go solar” themselves, they can subscribe to a share of a community solar project so that a portion of their electric...

Energy and Mines - March 31, 2015

Renewables Are Customizing PPAs for Mining Industry, But More Dialogue Necessary

Goldcorp’s Chilean operations has dedicated time and effort to exploring renewable energy for its 200 MW El Morro project, which has encountered delays because the company’s environmental...

Leslie Blodgett - February 20, 2015

Geothermal Visual: Capacity Factors for Assorted Energy Systems

“Capacity factor” refers to a measure of actual output over a period of time. Capacity factors for various types of energy systems, as recorded by DOE and NREL, are given in the visual...

Maria Blais Costello - January 13, 2015

Turning Waste into Energy in Oregon: City of Gresham Wastewater Treatment Plant

Clean energy alchemy is happening in Oregon, turning waste into clean, renewable energy. With technical and financial assistance from Energy Trust of Oregon and the Oregon Department...

Maria Blais Costello - January 07, 2015

SMUD’s Community Renewable Energy Deployment Program: Partnering for Results in Clean Energy

The Community Renewable Energy Deployment (CRED) program at the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) has developed four innovative local renewable energy projects, providing...

Maria Blais Costello - December 12, 2014

Promoting a Plug-and-Play CHP Solution: NYSERDA’s CHP Acceleration Program

The NYSERDA CHP Acceleration Program is structured to drive market transformation by endorsing commercially available, pre-engineered/pre-packaged, modular combined-heat-and-power (CHP)...

Maria Blais Costello - December 04, 2014

Preparing the Next Generation for Skilled Jobs in the Clean Energy Sector

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program, created and managed by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), is providing valuable support to Massachusetts’ growing clean...

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