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The Next Steps Forward for Hydropower

The Next Steps Forward for Hydropower

As I enter my new position as President of the National Hydropower Association (NHA), I can say it's an exciting time to be in the industry. There do still exist many challenges in hydropower being recognized not only as a sound renewable energy technology but also as an important, domestic, non-carbon-producing resource with a strong role in the nation's energy future. Despite the challenges, however, there are many reasons why the hydropower industry is more alive now than ever.
As the US Heads to Climate Talks, It Seeks a Plan to ‘Trust But Verify’

As the US Heads to Climate Talks, It Seeks a Plan to ‘Trust But Verify’

The U.S., like many other countries, has been participating in negotiations in the lead-up to the United Nations' conference on climate change in Paris.
Price parity for US solar: Is the goal within sight?

Price parity for US solar: Is the goal within sight?

Rising fossil fuel costs and a dramatic up tick in solar installations may at last help the US solar industry achieve its goal of price parity with grid power. Elisa Wood reports on state and federal efforts.
Renewable Heating & Cooling in the UK

Renewable Heating & Cooling in the UK

Space and water heating, and the growing sector of space cooling, are a significant source of energy demand in the UK. Currently, 27% of the UK's carbon emissions come from the residential property market, and the bulk of this is from heat demand. Consequently, the application of renewable technologies in this area has the potential to make a significant contribution to UK and EU renewables targets.