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The Long Island Power Authority will use a lottery to select 30 people who will receive a free rooftop PV system.
The national lottery in Britain will provide £50 million for green energy, and the Department of Trade & Industry will allocate another £55.5 million for research and development of renewable energy.
New York Governor George Pataki chose 50 Long Islanders as winners in the Long Island Power Authority's (LIPA) 2002 Photovoltaic System Lottery Thursday.
Many small and medium sized businesses are playing a ‘lottery’ with energy purchasing because of a reluctance to move from fixed to flexible contracts, says business energy broker ENER-G Procurement, which is making the transition easier. “The traditional approach to buying an annual fixed-price energy contract is a bit of ‘lottery’ since the price depends largely on the wholesale price […]
When it comes to the energy lottery, playing a ‘lucky dip’ strategy on business energy purchasing is unlikely to win you the jackpot. Business energy broker ENER-G Procurement has published a free e-guide on managing energy risk to make the most of flexible purchasing. The wholesale energy market can be daunting without effective planning. ENER-G’s expert advice will help purchasers […]
Georgia Power told the Georgia Public Service Commission on Jan. 31 that it has lately procured some solar energy and that some of that 2013 allotment for solar capacity will “rollover” into 2014.
Eleven bioenergy projects throughout the UK will receive a £4.2 million (US$6.8 million) boost through a new round of Renewable Energy capital grants that will help establish bioenergy projects as a viable source for both industrial and domestic consumers to meet their heat requirements.
The nation’s first ever attempt to have municipal governments collectively buy power from community solar gardens was a modest success, according to a new report.
FERC denies pilot status to 10-MW Indian River Inlet project
After receiving approval from City Hall, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is moving ahead with the fifth and final tranche of its CLEAN LA Solar Program. LADWP will begin accepting applications on March 16. A total capacity of 25 megawatts (MW) is available at a price of $0.13/kWh for solar projects over 150 kW and $0.15/kWh […]