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Biden admin. explores offshore wind in new areas off Carolinas, Gulf Coast

Biden admin. explores offshore wind in new areas off Carolinas, Gulf Coast

The Biden administration announced plans Thursday to explore commercial offshore wind development in new areas off the Carolinas and the Gulf Coast, while reviewing a proposed wind farm offshore Massachusetts.
Biodiesel Plant Feedback

Biodiesel Plant Feedback

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has prepared an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for the proposed construction of SoyMor Cooperative Biodiesel Production Facility. SoyMor is a cooperative of soybean farmers from southern Minnesota and northern Iowa.
Habit-learning Device Could Reduce Energy Bills

Habit-learning Device Could Reduce Energy Bills

Smart control units that learn householders' energy habits and provide immediate feedback on consumption could give home energy savings of up to 20% without compromising comfort.
Kyocera Solar Looks for Market Feedback

Kyocera Solar Looks for Market Feedback

December 8, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Kyocera Solar is developing the next generation of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Products (BIPV) which offers a value conscious solution by replacing typical exterior building materials with a system that combines building enclosure with a proven renewable energy power source. Essentially the cost of installing solar can be reduced when it replaces a building material, thereby decreasing […]
US-East Africa Geothermal Partnership Moving Forward with Industry Input

US-East Africa Geothermal Partnership Moving Forward with Industry Input

More than 20 US geothermal industry representatives participated in a September 30 US-East Africa Geothermal Partnership (EAGP) meeting in Reno, NV to provide input and feedback on activities to be included in the EAGP program.
Department of Energy Seeking Feedback on Hydropower Expansion Study

Department of Energy Seeking Feedback on Hydropower Expansion Study

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is requesting information from hydropower owners, operators, equipment manufacturers, consultants, and project and technology developers concerning the improvement of America's existing hydroelectric facilities.
The 2013 Renewable Fuel Standard: A 10-Minute Guide

The 2013 Renewable Fuel Standard: A 10-Minute Guide

In Washington, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its proposed 2013 Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS2).??The proposal will be open for a 45-day public comment period and EPA will consider feedback from a range of stakeholders before the proposal is finalized.
Note To PUC: Changes to Electricity Rate Design Could Dramatically Impact the Future of Solar PV

Note To PUC: Changes to Electricity Rate Design Could Dramatically Impact the Future of Solar PV

A new report from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) finds that the future growth of distributed generation solar PV is heavily influenced by retail electricity rate design – and that proposed changes to net metering rules and retail rate structures could harm increased adoption of distributed solar. The report, titled Net Metering and Market Feedback Loops: Exploring the Impact of Retail Rate Design on Distributed PV Deployment, is meant to inform the public and utility regulators that about the effects of changes proposed by a growing number of states to their net metering rules and retail rate structures – changes fueled by worry that increased adoption of distributed PV could result in unwelcome financial impacts on utilities and consumers. Ryan Wiser, one of the report’s authors, said utilities are primarily concerned that solar customers don’t always pay their fair share of fixed infrastructure costs. “Utilities sometimes claim that net-metered solar customers are unfairly subsidized under existing net metering rules, with non-solar customers paying a larger share of the fixed costs of the electric grid,” Wiser said.
RECREATION: Improving Campgrounds with User Surveys

RECREATION: Improving Campgrounds with User Surveys

Tacoma Power offers outdoor recreation opportunities, including camping, at its seven hydroelectric plants.
Renewable Energy’s Hottest Conversations of 2013

Renewable Energy’s Hottest Conversations of 2013

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