In early November, a group of POWER-GEN and Renewable Energy World Conference, North America attendees were invited to visit Duke Energy's Stanton Solar Array. Here's a glimpse of what they saw.
Renewable Energy World Conference facilitated tours of the 1-MW rooftop solar array at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fl. Intern Fernando Fuentes gives us a brief overview of the project.
Andy Skumanich discusses why solar was the lowest cost option to bring power to 57 remote villages in India. The project, developed by Solar Vision, was also awarded Project of the Year by Pennwell Corp.
Barry Needleman presented his thoughts as part of the wind power track at Renewable Energy World Conference North America. He suggests that energy project developers consider approaching siting as if they were going to trial.
Hally Dickey of TAS Energy participated in all three geothermal sessions at Renewable Energy World North America Conference. Here he discusses some of the key takeaways from the conference.
New sources of low-cost capital as a hot topic at Renewable Energy World North America. Meg Cichon talked with Mark Rockefeller about how crowdfuding for solar projects works.
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.
Vibhu Kaushik of Southern California Edison participated on a panel discussion at Renewable Energy World North America Conference. Jennifer Runyon caught up with him after the panel to ask a few questions on the topic.
Michele Wong of CleanWorld describes why the Sacramento BioDigester won the 2013 Bioenergy Project of the Year Award.
Highlights from Renewable Energy World Conference and Expo, North America in Orlando including a short desciption of how crowdfunding is being used to fund solar projects, and innovations in wind project siting.