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Boundary Sluice Maintenance Gate Gets Makeover

Boundary Sluice Maintenance Gate Gets Makeover

During the $1.5 million rehab project at Boundary Dam, workers removed 5 tons of silt and debris buildup from the maintenance gate. The gate was returned to service in September 2011.
Soft Costs Reductions are Essential for Solar Industry

Soft Costs Reductions are Essential for Solar Industry

What needs to be done to accelerate adoption of solar in the U.S.? The price of solar cells is continuously dropping and financing mechanisms are put in place to create affordable solar. Yet despite the seemingly obvious fiscal choice to switch to solar, it still remains an exceedingly hard sell. Part of that is due to the soft costs, which […]
Investment in offshore wind up more than 300% in 1H2020, says BNEF

Investment in offshore wind up more than 300% in 1H2020, says BNEF

Renewable energy capacity investment showed great resilience in the first half of 2020, in the face of the unprecedented economic shock caused by the coronavirus, according to the latest figures from research company BloombergNEF (BNEF). Offshore wind financings in 1H 2020 totaled $35 billion, up 319% year-on-year and in fact well above 2019’s record full-year figure (a revised $31.9 billion). […]
Nevada Renewable Energy Roundtable: Barriers to Geothermal Development and Future Prospects

Nevada Renewable Energy Roundtable: Barriers to Geothermal Development and Future Prospects

Nevada's alternative energy sector has seen a plethora of hills and valleys in recent years. From federal funding challenges to educating the general populace about alternative energy, the sector has seen its share of challenges. Recently, executives representing various alternative energy interests throughout the state met at the Reno offices of City National Bank to discuss these issues and the future of alternative energy.
Planning Your Wind System

Planning Your Wind System

In planning the wind power system that will go on your property, you've worked closely with your local zoning administrator or building inspector, and the required permits are near at hand. Your wind generator will be erected any day now, right? Well, maybe. You still have two major forces to contend with: your utility company (if your wind turbine is going to be connected to the grid) and your insurance company.
Small Wind: Market Update

Small Wind: Market Update

Small wind energy systems are experiencing significant growth as the technology finally appears to be coming of age. What can big wind's little brother conjure up to advance the role of renewable energy in today's generation mix?