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Designing Photovoltaic Policies in Europe

Designing Photovoltaic Policies in Europe

The Photovoltaic (PV) sector is currently one of the fastest growing industries in the world. On the surface, Europe -- with an installed capacity of 1.79 GW in 2005 -- seems to be contributing to this development. Closer examination, however, reveals that substantial market deployment takes place merely in a few EU Member States.
Robust Analysis Cuts Biogas Risks

Robust Analysis Cuts Biogas Risks

Where biogas projects are concerned, a comprehensive analysis is often critical for lending strategies, as the investment risks involved must be made transparent before the project can be financed. This applies equally to the construction of new biogas plants and to the expansion or modification and modernisation of existing ones. A technical due diligence review offers a suitable tool for presenting data on profitability, systems and installations and energy and material flows. This information is of interest not only to potential investors. Owners and operators of biogas plants also benefit from a detailed assessment of investment risks, realistic calculations of yield and revenue and the examination of issues related to systems, installations and safety.
New Maps Reveal Hawaiin Wind Prospects

New Maps Reveal Hawaiin Wind Prospects

To help identify the best sites for future wind farms, new, high-resolution wind resource maps for Oahu, Maui, Molokai, and Lanai are now available on line.
SgurrEnergy Introduces UAVs to Suite of Renewable Energy Asset Inspection Services 

SgurrEnergy Introduces UAVs to Suite of Renewable Energy Asset Inspection Services 

SgurrEnergy today said that it has introduced unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to its existing inspection service offering.
Works Starts on Canadian Windfarm

Works Starts on Canadian Windfarm

Preliminary site work has started on a major wind energy facility in central Canada.
Prince Edward Island Sets RPS

Prince Edward Island Sets RPS

Wind power is set to fill a large section of the Energy Framework and Renewable Energy Strategy for Prince Edward Island. Government officials and staff started working on the strategy in June of 2004, which includes a plan to enhance the role of renewable energy.
Nader Blasts Cheney On Energy Policy

Nader Blasts Cheney On Energy Policy

"Vice President Dick Cheney is a dinosaur living in the age of mammals," says one of the candidates for U.S. president last fall.
Is Ethanol the Future for Hydrogen Fuel Cells?

Is Ethanol the Future for Hydrogen Fuel Cells?

Everyone has an answer to the challenges of implementing a hydrogen economy. This time it's from Technical Insights, a business unit of Frost & Sullivan. They say hydrogen fuel cell technology's potentially strong future as a fuel for automobiles and various other applications is likely to be weakened by issues regarding its availability and the expenses involved in storage.
AEIS on PV islanding and grid-tie considerations

AEIS on PV islanding and grid-tie considerations

After a demonstration of Solar Energy Grid Integration System technology by Advanced Energy Industries Inc. (Nasdaq:AEIS), the company’s control solutions manager for advanced energy, Michael Mills-Price, spoke with senior technical editor Debra Vogler about the solar photovoltaics inverter control project, and what “islanding” means for a solar installation.
A Vision of Sun

A Vision of Sun

When it comes to solar energy, we ain’t seen NOTHIN’ yet. The boys and girls in the labs at Cal Tech and MIT and Cal Berkeley and places like that, being especially bright boys and girls, glanced up at the sun (when they were let out of the labs for Spring Break), and said to themselves “hello sunshine and hello […]