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Largest PV investments in Poland and Ukraine by Electrum

Largest PV investments in Poland and Ukraine by Electrum

As power generated from renewable energy in European Union countries eclipsed that of fossil fuels in 2020, key facilities opened in Ukraine and Poland.
Dam Safety: Review of Geophysical Methods to Detect Seepage and Internal Erosion in Embankment Dams

Dam Safety: Review of Geophysical Methods to Detect Seepage and Internal Erosion in Embankment Dams

Several non-intrusive geophysical methods are available to facilitate early detection of seepage, piping, and internal erosion in embankment dams.
Are Japan’s Megasolar Plans Falling Apart?

Are Japan’s Megasolar Plans Falling Apart?

The notable absence from a recent Japanese renewable energy meeting by many political backers — plus blunt comments from some of them — are being interpreted as a sign that Softbank's ambitious plans for multiple megasolar plants are falling apart.
KYOCERA cSi solar module results from 24-month test at Desert Knowledge Australia

KYOCERA cSi solar module results from 24-month test at Desert Knowledge Australia

Kyocera's interpretation of data collected during a 24-month period and downloaded from the Desert Knowledge Australia shows that Kyocera solar technology delivered more KW hours per installed KW than any other competing crystalline solar module operating for the same period at the site.
Natural Power Launch OceanPod Data Collector

Natural Power Launch OceanPod Data Collector

International renewable energy consultancy, Natural Power, have launched a new offshore data collection platform called OceanPod, the aim of which, is to improve the design, planning and environmental stages of windfarms offshore.
Does APS’ FIT Alternative Hide A Nasty Surprise for Arizona Solar Homeowners?

Does APS’ FIT Alternative Hide A Nasty Surprise for Arizona Solar Homeowners?

Do feed-in tariff structures, as an alternative to net metering, unexpectedly strip U.S. homeowners of tax benefits while exposing them to more federal taxes? This interpretation, specifically in response to Arizona Public Services' recently proposed changes in Arizona, could affect similar programs across the country that try to assign a value and compensation to residential solar energy.
1603: Hope is Not a Business Plan

1603: Hope is Not a Business Plan

If you're one of the many solar developer who's just hoping the 1603 Cash Grant will be extended, we have some news for you: hope is not a business plan.
EPAct 2005: A Game Changer for Transmission? Part One

EPAct 2005: A Game Changer for Transmission? Part One

Historically, the siting of electric transmission facilities was the exclusive province of state public utility commissions. In the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005 or Act), Congress gave the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or Commission) a “backstop” siting role in the event of lack of action by a state commission. In 2009, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit effectively gutted FERC’s rules implementing its backstop authority.
US Geothermal Set to Submit San Emidio II Application to Bureau of Land Management

US Geothermal Set to Submit San Emidio II Application to Bureau of Land Management

U.S. Geothermal plans to submit an application to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to build its expanded San Emidio phase II geothermal plant, U.S. Geothermal President Douglas Glaspey said in a March 10 4Q16 earnings call.
Integrating and Interpreting Multiple Measurements to Understand Generator Alignment Problems

Integrating and Interpreting Multiple Measurements to Understand Generator Alignment Problems

To determine the condition of the generators at the 212-MW Powerhouse One at its Rock Island project, Chelan County Public Utility District installed an air gap monitoring system.