Home Search

JOB FINALIZED - SEARCH RESULTS

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
Just for the Record: Why New York’s Offshore Wind Plan Works

Just for the Record: Why New York’s Offshore Wind Plan Works

Some of you may have seen the recent missive in the New York Post from conservative writer and pundit Robert Bryce regarding Gov. Cuomo’s ambitious and smart plans for offshore wind in New York. 
Renewable Energy and Climate Change Front and Center in D.C.

Renewable Energy and Climate Change Front and Center in D.C.

Three stories out of Washington, D.C. this week show that renewable energy, climate change and green jobs are hot topics around the beltway and could play a big role in policy passed by the new U.S. Congress.
Listen Up: Paperwork Makes Solar Much More Expensive

Listen Up: Paperwork Makes Solar Much More Expensive

Eight years ago I was puzzled as to why residential solar installations were $2.50/watt cheaper in Germany compared to the U.S. Perfect excuse for a road trip — so after meetings with installers and visiting job sites in Germany, I finally discovered the reason. It wasn't the beer, but the paperwork and associated regulations. Unfortunately, the price gap is still about the same: a typical 4,000 watt residential system costs about $10,000 in Germany compared to $20,000 in the U.S.
Local solar fab for local solar energy: A chat with AQT Solar

Local solar fab for local solar energy: A chat with AQT Solar

AQT Solar’s CEO Michael Bartholomeusz discusses how the company leverages the equipment and expertise from HDD manufacturing to build CIGS solar cells, in a podcast interview for Solar Power International (SPI) 2010.
Solyndra Offered First Ever US $535M DOE Loan

Solyndra Offered First Ever US $535M DOE Loan

Solyndra Inc. is the first company to receive an offer for a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) loan guarantee under Title XVII of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. The company, which manufactures cylindrical solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, will use the proceeds of a US $535 million loan from the U.S. Treasury's Federal Financing Bank to expand its solar panel manufacturing capacity in California.
Has the Sheen Been Blown Off Wind?

Has the Sheen Been Blown Off Wind?

With recent Exxon Mobil ads relegating wind to less than one percent of future energy use and recent introduction of legislation to restrict wind farms by Senators Alexander and Warner, has the sheen been blown off wind? - Haley R, Winchester, Virginia
More DoE love: 1366, Cogentrix claim $240M for mc-Si, CPV projects

More DoE love: 1366, Cogentrix claim $240M for mc-Si, CPV projects

Days after pledging $145M across 69 solar projects, the US DoE is pledging even more to a pair of companies: 1366 Technologies for its Direct Wafer mc-Si process, and Cogentrix for a 30MW CPV project.
Where Do I Start? Getting a Renewable Energy Education

Where Do I Start? Getting a Renewable Energy Education

I am interested in getting into the field of Renewable Energy. I was just medically retired out of the Army and was wondering...what schooling (colleges, universities, technical schools) do you suggest me attending? I am confused as how to get into this field. - Joshua Magura, Indiana
Renewable Energy REITs or MLPs Would Unlock Billions for Project Development

Renewable Energy REITs or MLPs Would Unlock Billions for Project Development

Top engineering, procurement and construction firms gathered to network, learn and do business with corporate-level project developers at the PGI Financial Forum, one of four co-located events that took place in Orlando, Fla. earlier this month. Richard Kauffman, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy, gave the keynote address during a luncheon that took place during the conference.
Keeping the Electrons Flowing

Keeping the Electrons Flowing

One of the most popular sections on AWEA's web site is the projects page, which contains an inventory of wind projects across the nation. It is visited frequently for very good reasons. The tally of new projects is the most tangible indication of the success that decades of legislative, policy and technical-development efforts have had in vaulting the wind industry to the status it holds today.