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Vermont Governor Backs Renewable Energy

Vermont Governor Backs Renewable Energy

Governor Jim Douglas spent last Friday visiting renewable energy projects that have received financial incentives from the renewable energy bill he helped usher through the Legislature and signed in 2003. He visited solar, wind and hybrid systems in South Burlington, Hinesburg, Montpelier, Randolph, and Hartland. Nearly US$1 million has been committed to almost 200 individual renewable energy projects in the last two years.
Rick Perry joining POWERGEN 2020 keynote, part of $1.5 million expanded PGI experience

Rick Perry joining POWERGEN 2020 keynote, part of $1.5 million expanded PGI experience

Clarion Energy is investing an extra $1.5 million into POWERGEN International in 2020 and beyond to create an unmissable experience designed to help energy professionals navigate the complex energy transition. The investment will fund the launch of the PGI Leadership Summit – a truly inspirational and immersive experience featuring high-level, inspirational speakers offering exclusive, transformational content to provide energy leaders […]
Energy Data Available Anywhere, Any Time

Energy Data Available Anywhere, Any Time

Having rapidly established itself as a "go to" site for transportation and other related energy information, the Virtual Information Bridge to Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (VIBE) is expanding its reach to attract new users across the widest range of energy issues. A sister site to VIBE, called Open Energy Information, has been launched to allow organizations around the world to both post their own energy data and download data, for free.
Protecting Eagles While Working to Guide Wind Development

Protecting Eagles While Working to Guide Wind Development

Recent reports of eagles being killed by wind turbines have stirred up a lot of emotion and controversy and understandably so.
Diamonds in the Rough

Diamonds in the Rough

"We think there's a tectonic shift coming," says Tim Draper, a partner with venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson. "With a finite supply of fossil fuels, over time the price of conventional energy will increase, allowing some of these alternatives to come in."
Northern Power Expands Vt. Manufacturing

Northern Power Expands Vt. Manufacturing

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Wind power company Northern Power purchased a $1.5 million, 110,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Barre, VT. The additional production facility, a portion of which had been leased by Northern Power since late 2004, adds much needed capacity for the company’s growing power systems and product business. It is located approximately 30 miles from the company’s Waitsfield, VT, headquarters. Among […]
Illinois Jumps on the Fuel Cell Wagon

Illinois Jumps on the Fuel Cell Wagon

April 24, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) and the Illinois Coalition kicked off the first “Building an Illinois Fuel Cell Industry” meeting at the Gas Technology Institute in Des Plaines, Illinois. The meeting was the first in a series of meetings to lay the groundwork for capitalizing on Illinois’ opportunity in the fuel cell […]
IRENA – Joining Forces

IRENA – Joining Forces

An initiative is in place to implement a new International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to foster global collaboration and to promote and lobby for renewable energy solutions worldwide. Jose Etcheverry and Lily Riahi explain.
Solar Power, Internet Access Brought to Amazon

Solar Power, Internet Access Brought to Amazon

In a first-of-its-kind project, the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF), a U.S. non-profit organization that promotes the use of solar energy in the developing world, has teamed with the Amazon Association, a conservation and sustainable development NGO based in Brazil and Italy, and OnSat Network Communications, to bring solar power and broadband wireless Internet access to the isolated Xixuaú-Xipariná Ecological Reserve in the heart of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest.
Cape Wind Teams up with Canadian Wind Developer

Cape Wind Teams up with Canadian Wind Developer

Charting new territory for the U.S. wind power industry, the project developers behind the Cape Wind offshore project announced a formal collaboration with a Canadian developer pursuing their own wind project off the coast of British Columbia. Cape Wind's proposed 420 MW project off the coast of Massachusetts coupled with the Nai Kun Wind Development's 700 MW wind farm comprise well over a gigawatt of new offshore wind energy potential -- the largest such partnership in North America. With Cape Wind weathering a long and tough battle over the approval of their project, speculation arose that the new partnership was partially motivated by financial concerns.