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FERC launches small/low impact hydro Internet site
A U.S. publishing company has launched a resource centre on its internet site to provide free access to business information on clean technology and resources.
The Michigan Department of Consumer & Industry Services (CIS) will provide $120,000 to start a green power cooperative project in the state over the next two years.
The U.S. Department of Energy issued a presidential permit approving construction and operation of a 1,000-MW transmission line to carry Quebec hydroelectric power to customers in New York City.
Development of wind energy in Sweden could "grind to a halt" if the government listens to an official expert committee on the introduction of tradable green certificates for renewables.
Emerson Process Management’s new Ovation Security Center helps power plant managers execute cyber-security measures for compliance with North American Electric Reliability Council Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards.
An electric utility in Kentucky commissioned the state's first solar system on a school on Friday.
The World Bank has reviewed the use of the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol for hydropower development, concluding that developing countries should make greater use of it and that the bank should explore how to strengthen its financial sustainability.
The U.S. government wants to extend the legal requirement for the solar thermal and solar electric industry to file annual forms.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities issued notice of a technical conference to study proposed net electricity metering by small hydroelectric projects. The conference is scheduled Nov. 7, with comments to be filed by Dec. 5.