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The Best Ways to Benefit from Ocean, Lake and River Energies

The Best Ways to Benefit from Ocean, Lake and River Energies

There is only one way to explain a NY Times headline about a new study on the hydrokinetic (wave, tide, current and other ocean, lake and river) energies: Inattention. While the Times headline suggests potential devastation to world waterways, the stated purposes of the Department of Energy paper, as defined by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA), […]
Alaska’s New Energy Vision

Alaska’s New Energy Vision

If Alaska – with its long long nights so demanding of electricity for lights and its cold cold winters so crucially in need of heating – can transition to a New Energy economy, surely any state can. And Alaska Energy Pathway; Toward energy independence, from the Alaska Energy Authority, says yes, Alaska can. Can what? Can meet the state’s goal […]
New Wireless Solar-Powered Airfield Light

New Wireless Solar-Powered Airfield Light

A new solar-powered LED airfield light from Carmanah Technologies Corporation has been unveiled in China. The Chinese aviation market is the world's second largest, with an average growth of 13 percent a year. The A704-5 will work for permanent, temporary and emergency applications, and will help meet the demands of China's large-scale airport expansions. The A704-5 features wireless control and dual-function infrared and visible-spectrum LED operation. This product costs US $2,499 with wireless controls and US $2,199 without wireless controls.
Reasons for the Failure of Renewable Energy Companies

Reasons for the Failure of Renewable Energy Companies

No matter whether it is renewable energy companies UK or renewable energy companies US. They all can fail as often it takes more than one to exert force on the boundaries of technology. It is not a big deal as to what is the quantum of propagation and marketing of renewable energy; there are few that just cannot maintain their […]
California’s SB X 1-2 Law Walks Renewable Energy Tightrope

California’s SB X 1-2 Law Walks Renewable Energy Tightrope

This law, called the California Renewable Energy Resources Act, obligates all California electricity providers to obtain at least 33% of their energy from renewable resources by the year 2020. This requirement constitutes the most aggressive renewable portfolio standard in the country.
A Book that Hates Cap&Trade

A Book that Hates Cap&Trade

The emissions trading system that supports the cap&trade provision of the Obama administration’s energy and climate legislation stirs intense passions and violently contradictory impressions of its value and effectiveness. Advocates (including political leaders, scientists, environmentalists and veterans of the climate change fight) believe it has already, in Europe, put the powers of the marketplace to work to achieve emissions controls […]
Solar PV Profit’s Last Stand

Solar PV Profit’s Last Stand

Globally, average module prices (ASPs) decreased by 42 percent in 2012 from a global ASP of $1.37/Wp in 2011 to $0.79/Wp in 2012. In early 2013, ASPs have already decreased by 18 percent to $0.65/Wp with inventory averages ~$-.58/Wp. Many will proclaim this as progress. Some will say that the ends justify the means. A few will devote a brief paragraph to the losses and failures of manufacturers before going on to write of the hugely successful 2013 to come. Some manufacturers may join the chorus lest they be drowned out by drumbeats broadcasting success.
2019 was a record year for ‘sustainable debt’ with 78% growth

2019 was a record year for ‘sustainable debt’ with 78% growth

A new record was set in 2019 for the volume of sustainable debt issued in any one year, with the total hitting $465 billion globally, up a remarkable 78% from $261.4 billion in 2018. Last year also saw all-time, cumulative issuance of sustainable debt smash through the $1 trillion barrier, and reach $1.17 trillion by December 31, based on the […]
The Tools That Remain

The Tools That Remain

Immediately following a caucus of Democratic Senators, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev), Senator John Kerry (D-Mass) and White House Office of Energy & Climate Change Policy Director Carol Browner each made statements at a press conference held to announce the majority Democratic Party could not gather the filibuster-breaking 60 votes for anything but drastically scaled-back energy legislation. In her […]
How To Develop Messaging for Renewable Energy Companies

How To Develop Messaging for Renewable Energy Companies

Marketers in the renewable energy sector see a clear need for a great logo and website, but "messaging" is less well understood. Some companies might say, "Well, if I hire you to do a logo, I get a logo. But a messaging project doesn't really have a tangible deliverable." This is akin to saying to an architect, "I don't want to pay you to make a blueprint. I just want the house." The resulting structure, made without a plan, would fall to the ground at the first slight breeze.