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Future growth could slow if Build Back Better fails to pass.
The plan will be carried out by LM Wind Power, a GE Renewable Energy subsidiary, which will aim to deliver no excess manufacturing materials and packaging to landfills and incineration without energy recovery.
Through the first three quarters of 2021, renewables made up almost all of new generating capacity in the U.S.
In our last article "Metrics for Thin Film Solar CIGS Company Comparisons," we alluded to finer system level details in the comparison of photovoltaic (PV) technologies and promised this follow up article on the subject.
Where can I find local and national electrical rate statistics? Specifically, I'm interested in the figures for average annual rate increases to help calculate the payback on renewable energy systems. Is anyone collecting this information? -- Alana N., Mount Vernon, WA
Simple short-cut calculations are difficult for capacity check of facilities in the event of changes in production (e.g., capacity increase, new technologies, new chemicals), due to the mutual influence of several facility systems. Only a full software-based calculation model provides enough stability for thorough case studies.
The League of Conservation Voters has published a comparison of the energy policy positions of the 2008 presidential candidates, which range from environmentally responsible to business-as-usual. What is startling about the comparison, however, is that some of the candidates officially hold no articulated position on a subject on which some other presidential hopefuls have gone to the wall.
A comparison of downstream fish passage conditions before and after the installation of hydropower turbines at Tieton Dam shows a 45 percent survival rate increase.
Joseph McCabe, solar industry veteran, often gets the question, “which CIGS company is going to emerge as winner in the race towards high efficiency thin film PVs?” First Solar has set the benchmarks, and newer companies are coming up with new ways to do thin film CIGS PV.
We have looked at the impacts of three of the most ‘hard-to-abate’ sectors and what alternatives may look like from the perspective of their emissions, costs and practicalities.