Ever wondered how PennWell editors select award-winning projects? This video offers more details about what we look for when we evaluate potential Projects of the Year.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy announces new EPA Carbon regulations. States will now work to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030.
When we consider the rapid rise of energy storage that we are witnessing all across the globe, it is key that we remember all of the reasons that this technology is and/or will be a key component in the grid of the future.
Find out what speakers and attendees had to say after a megasession on what makes the ideal energy portfolio for utilities at the 2013 Renewable Energy World North America Conference and Expo.
Todd Taylor, partner in law firm Fredrickson and Byron discuss how the power industry can sell carbon to algae facilities thereby turning a liability into a revenue stream.
Michele Wong of CleanWorld describes why the Sacramento BioDigester won the 2013 Bioenergy Project of the Year Award.
Sustainable Williamson strives to show the development of a diversified renewable energy economy going on in Williamson, WV, and use it as a testament or example to inspire other communities throughout central Appalachia, coal country and the nation.
Representing the new Heat is Power Association, Kelsey Southerland of TAS Energy talks with Jennifer Runyon at Renewable Energy World Conference and Expo North America.
Genevieve Tokgoz of Metro Vancouver discusses the policy implications of using sewage for district heating and cooling.
Take a look at the winner and runnerup of the Bioenergy Project of the Year Award Nacogdoches Generating Facility and Nocton Fen Farm from our 2012 PGI-REWNA Project of the Year Awards.