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Stationary Fuel Cell Market Fizzle

Stationary Fuel Cell Market Fizzle

A lack of commercial products along with stressed electricity markets have hindered market development for stationary fuel cells, according to a new report from technology research firm ABI. Although Blackout 2003 pointed out the importance of distributed generation -- as well as the possibility of fuel cells in the energy portfolio mix -- it has not translated into an increased number of orders. Overall activity level in the fuel cell sector has kept its pace in the U.S., but market activity in Japan and Western Europe has been on the rise.
Solar PV Module Recycling — Why It’s Important

Solar PV Module Recycling — Why It’s Important

Despite the fact that many solar energy systems installed in the ’70s and ’80s are still in operation, the truth is, every solar panel will eventually reach the end of its useful life span. Then what?
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Lithuania Eyes Biofuels Energy Shift

Lithuania Eyes Biofuels Energy Shift

Liquid Biofuels - their production, utilization, quality standardization, legislation and government support in Lithuania and the European Union was the main topic for discussion at an international conference recently held in Lithuania.
Renewable Energy a Hot Sector for Australia Stocks

Renewable Energy a Hot Sector for Australia Stocks

Renewable energy has become one of the sexiest sectors on the Australian share market as rising power prices, government legislation, and a growing interest in "clean" industries drive a surge in share prices.
Freeing Electric Cooperatives from Fossil Fuel Serfdom? – Episode 33 of Local Energy Rules Podcast

Freeing Electric Cooperatives from Fossil Fuel Serfdom? – Episode 33 of Local Energy Rules Podcast

Electric cooperatives arose from New Deal legislation that provided government-backed low-interest loans to bring electricity to rural areas that for-profit companies wouldn’t serve in the 1930s. They were engines of the rural economy.
Australia Ready to Meet Goals for Renewable Energy

Australia Ready to Meet Goals for Renewable Energy

The Australian government has passed legislation that sets clear targets for the use of renewable energy.
Nevis to Put Legislation in Place to Govern Geothermal Energy

Nevis to Put Legislation in Place to Govern Geothermal Energy

[Caribbean Net News] With renewable energy to become a reality in Nevis, the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) has embarked upon putting the legislative legal framework in place to govern the area of renewable energy to be adopted by the NIA. Legal Advisor to the NIA Patrice Nisbett made the remark during a press conference last week.
Solar Feed-In Rebate Rewards South Australians

Solar Feed-In Rebate Rewards South Australians

Victoria, Australia [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The South Australian Rann Government announced legislation for a new “feed-in” solar rebate, which will boost the financial incentive for householders to harness the clean energy of the sun by installing solar panels on their roofs. Under the legislation, householders will be paid up to double the standard electricity retail price for putting surplus solar power back […]
British Columbia Advisory Council Calls for Feed-in Tariffs

British Columbia Advisory Council Calls for Feed-in Tariffs

An advisory council to British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell has recommended that the Canadian province adopt feed-in tariffs for new sources of renewable energy. The recommendation by the Premier's Technology Council is contained in a report on Greening BC Energy Purchasing Policies released earlier this month.