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Jennifer Runyon - July 21, 2014

The Big Question: What is Your Prediction for the North American Wind Power Market Post 2015?

Today wind project development in the U.S. is at an all-time high. The production tax credit (PTC) language was changed at the close of 2012 to allow projects to take advantage of the...

Stephanie Landers - July 18, 2014

Hydropower Project on the Kapuskasing River Is a First for Many Reasons

The Kapuskasing River Waterpower Project is a 22-MW development of four hydroelectric sites along the Kapuskasing River in northeastern Ontario, Canada. Construction on the project...

Tom Konrad - July 17, 2014

The Quick Guide To A Green Stock Portfolio

For most people, the best way to build a green or fossil-free portfolio will be to use mutual funds or an investment advisor. The exceptions are those who like to do things for themselves,...

Eize de Vries - July 10, 2014

What’s New In Wind Technology?

Thousands of wind power professionals descended on Las Vegas in May to check out Windpower 2014, the annual wind energy conference and expo put on by the American Wind Energy Association....

Vince Font - July 09, 2014

Solar’s Year of Action in the US

May 9 was a big day for the solar industry. Forget big — huge. It’s a rare occasion when the most powerful person in the world takes to the bully pulpit to sing the virtues of a particular...

Ben Paulos - June 10, 2014

The United States Midwest: A Leader in Clean Energy

A long-term commitment to energy policy in the Midwest is transforming the region’s energy system, economy, and environment. By tapping into its enormous renewable energy potential...

David Appleyard - June 06, 2014

Financing Europe’s Climate Goals

On 9 April the European Commission adopted its new rules on State Aid in the energy sector. The measure is crucial for the future development of renewables, which for the time being...

Bruce Dorminey - June 05, 2014

The Wide Appeal of Batteries for the Renewable Energy Market

Battery technology has come a long way since the days when your granddad had to periodically peek under the hood to add water to his lead-acid battery.

Meg Cichon - June 04, 2014

Can Geothermal Energy Save California’s Salton Sea?

Back in the 1950’s, the Salton Sea in Imperial Valley, California was a tourist hotspot drawing in thousands of tourists, developers and businesses looking to take advantage of the...

- May 28, 2014

Harnessing the Power of the Tides

Tidal power remains one of the great engineering challenges yet to be fully exploited in the modern world and yet it was first mooted more than a century ago. The oceans hold enormous...

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