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Hydropower asset managers face numerous, often competing, challenges as they lead their companies' efforts to keep their plants reliable, modernized, and cost-effective.
Managing multiple challenges with regard to shoreline and recreation management
This week's edition of "Inside Renewable Energy" investigates the status of wind power. We'll hear from Tom Gray, Deputy Executive Director of the American Wind Energy Association on some of the problems that face the industry despite substantial worldwide growth in 2005. Gray debunks the backup-power myth and says the main obstacles in the U.S. are inadequate transmission infrastructure and lack of a long-term Production Tax Credit.
Hydro industry veteran Doug Miller dies
Twenty-five municipalities and eight school districts have submitted more than 100 potential solar sites for consideration to date, and the program remains open for new applications.
The U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Energy awarded San Francisco, California-based Chevron Energy Solutions multiple performance-based contracts to engineer and install facility improvements at three military bases. Among these improvement will be a number of renewable energy systems.
Facing increased flood risks as the world’s climate changes, Rotterdam is implementing a comprehensive flood-protection strategy.
A technology used in ancient Greece to power clocks and fire a cannon is undergoing a revival as the world searches for better ways to store energy from wind turbines and solar panels.
In the past year, the United States and Canada experienced dramatic changes. From the election of a new U.S. president who rode a wave of "change" into office to the political instability of another Canadian minority government to the greatest economic downturn since the Great Depression, some of the most fundamental parts of the North American society look quite different than they did a year ago.
There is a need for a shift in focus on solar markets in Africa away from donor and rural electrification projects to commercial and productive investments. There is also a need for the international PV industry to aggressively invest in the development of solar markets and not to leave it up to aid and relief organisations. This must be based on the need to move – today – towards grid-connected and urban markets. As part of this process there is a need to engage and educate African governments about the current global status of the solar sector and help them build frameworks for industry growth.
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