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Using GIS to Prioritize Land Issues during Relicensing

Using GIS to Prioritize Land Issues during Relicensing

With 13 powerhouses and about 1,700 miles of reservoir shoreline spanning two states, Duke Energy Carolinas’ 831-MW Catawba-Wateree Hydroelectric Project has much interest in land management.
A Retrospective on the Oroville Facilities Relicensing: Making Collaboration Work

A Retrospective on the Oroville Facilities Relicensing: Making Collaboration Work

When working toward a new Federal Energy Regulatory Commission operating license for its 762-MW Oroville Facilities hydroelectric project, the California Department of Water Resources collaborated extensively with the public.
Energy Industry Stakeholders Identify Opportunities, Limitations of Storage Technologies

Energy Industry Stakeholders Identify Opportunities, Limitations of Storage Technologies

Lithium-ion batteries may grab a lot of attention in the conversation about energy storage these days, but on Wednesday panelists at POWER-GEN International shared insights about the benefits to today’s markets for other energy storage technologies, such as pumped storage hydro, flow batteries and compressed air/liquid air.
How Fast Can a Utility Deploy Energy Storage?

How Fast Can a Utility Deploy Energy Storage?

The question of fast-tracking energy storage was discussed during DistribuTECH 2018 in San Antonio Texas last week in a session called “Fast Tracking Energy Storage: A Look at the Projects that Fulfilled the Aliso Canyon RFP.”  
Storm-Ravaged Caribbean Is Eyeing Solar, But It Won’t Come Cheap

Storm-Ravaged Caribbean Is Eyeing Solar, But It Won’t Come Cheap

For Caribbean islands plunged into darkness after hurricanes Irma and Maria, more resilient, small-scale electric systems powered by the sun are looking increasingly attractive. Transforming a grid, though, doesn’t come cheap.
Wind Association Attends Climate Negotiations

Wind Association Attends Climate Negotiations

The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) is attending the next round of international climate change negotiations being held in New Delhi from October 23 until November 1.
The coal end game: Building new renewables is cheaper than running existing coal plants

The coal end game: Building new renewables is cheaper than running existing coal plants

The writing is on the wall: Coal generation in the U.S. has reached a “coal cost crossover” point, meaning the all-in costs of new local renewables is becoming less than the mere operating costs of old coal. Utilities and their regulators must adapt to changing energy economics before they’re stuck with stranded assets.  
Georgia Power Reports Status of Solar Energy Procurement for 2014

Georgia Power Reports Status of Solar Energy Procurement for 2014

Georgia Power told the Georgia Public Service Commission on Jan. 31 that it has lately procured some solar energy and that some of that 2013 allotment for solar capacity will “rollover” into 2014.
Hydropower Industry Events

Hydropower Industry Events

By Shaun EppersonThe upcoming months offer some of the year's most exciting events in the worldwide hydropower business, including the International Commission on Large Dams meeting in Vietnam and Hydro Vision International in North Carolina, United States.
Corporate renewables: 5 steps to successfully incorporating renewable solutions into the procurement process

Corporate renewables: 5 steps to successfully incorporating renewable solutions into the procurement process

Consumers, stakeholders and employees all demand that businesses operate in a sustainable manner, and in response corporations must adopt clean energy practices. Businesses have responded to this shift in various ways, with renewable energy integration at the forefront of sustainable investments even helping drive market development. In fact, corporate renewable energy procurement reached a new record in 2018, with 3.57 gigawatts (GW) of clean energy projects announced this year to date in the United States. Driven by various motivators - from the potential for energy savings, the creation of diverse business strategies, and a desire to reduce greenhouse emissions - incorporating renewables into an energy strategy presents organizations with the opportunity to increase cost efficiency and reliability, while reducing their environmental impact.