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By looking at the US Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) annual energy outlook, we can see the top 10 appliances that are consuming the most energy in U.S. single-family homes.
In the October 2011 issue of Hydro Review, Russell Ray reported in the feature “Canada’s Hydropower Boom” that General Electric Hydro was awarded a C$46.2 million contract for the design, manufacture and supply of the three turbines and generators used in the 200-MW Wuskwatim Project. While that was the original case, the units were eventually designed and manufactured by Andritz […]
The evolution of high-efficiency solar photovoltaic (PV) string inverters is driving a shift toward higher AC voltages in utility scale solar applications.
A hurricane looks and acts like a centrifugal fan. During talks that I give, most recently in New York State, I’ve had several opportunities to share some of my personal, non-scientific insights into this interesting phenomenon.
If ClearSky Advisors' forecast is correct, Ontario may become the leading market for solar PV in North America in 2011.
A U.S. company that uses solar photovoltaic technology to generate electricity has corrected a public announcement it made last month.
A correct use of market mechanisms should be implemented to promote renewable energy around the world, says the head of the ORMAT group of companies.
What is keeping the U.S. from fully embracing a new generation of hydropower? Explained below are 5 major myths about hydropower.
On February 21st, I was helping an investment advisor I consult with pick stocks for a new client’s portfolio. He lamented that there were not enough stocks at good valuations. This is one of the hardest parts of being an investment advisor: a client expects the advisor to build a portfolio of stocks which should do well, but sometimes, especially […]
What if PV's recent surge is not so much a launchpad as a liability? In fact, for Paula Mints, principal author of a new report into the sector, the industry is about to pay for its over-exuberance with a severe hangover.