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COP26 a washout? Don’t lose hope – here’s why

COP26 a washout? Don’t lose hope – here’s why

It’s going to take time for the dust to settle but for now, let’s be heartened by the fact that the Glasgow sessions have once again put renewables on the agenda.
10 Clean Energy Stocks for 2021: November

10 Clean Energy Stocks for 2021: November

It was a good month for clean energy stocks as well as the broader stock market, with the portfolio up 4% for a 20% total return through the end of October.
Exploring Europe’s approach to offshore wind and green hydrogen

Exploring Europe’s approach to offshore wind and green hydrogen

Interest in using offshore wind for green hydrogen production across Europe is driven by large offshore wind capacity targets, declining offshore wind costs, favorable policies, carbon prices, and a focus on economy-wide decarbonization. Pilot projects are underway, yet significant obstacles remain to wide-scale implementation.
The future of Europe’s green energy landscape is deep underground

The future of Europe’s green energy landscape is deep underground

Geothermal energy not only has a renewed exploration roadmap to follow, but a revived political landscape as well.
Distributed solar+storage should qualify for Minnesota utility energy efficiency programs

Distributed solar+storage should qualify for Minnesota utility energy efficiency programs

While retiring old units and replacing them with new and efficient units is rewarding both to the utility investors and the customers, it is coming at the expense of distributed solar.
STUDY: Windy Prospects For Europe

STUDY: Windy Prospects For Europe

"Wind Force 12", launched jointly by the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) and Greenpeace, is a strategic blueprint that outlines how the wind industry, currently a 7 billion Euros (US$8.2 billion) sector, is able to grow to 75 billion Euros (US$88.6 billion) annually by 2020. The report details the feasibility for wind power to provide 12 percent of the global electricity demand by 2020.
Hot Prospects for Geothermal Power in Iceland

Hot Prospects for Geothermal Power in Iceland

Sean Kilgrow, Vice President for Geothermal Energy at Gibraltar-based Power Chips, outlined advantages of using solid-state thermal conversion devices in a low temperature environment at the International Geothermal Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Wind Energy Prospects Downgraded for 2004

Wind Energy Prospects Downgraded for 2004

Even if the 10-year 1.8 cents/kWh production tax (PTC), which expired at the end of 2003, is extended this year, the lapse may have a negative impact on U.S. wind industry growth beyond 2004 because concerns regarding ongoing tax policy uncertainty may restrict the industry's access to more diverse funding sources, according to a new study by Platts Research & Consulting (PR&C).
Big Prospects for Small Wind Turbines

Big Prospects for Small Wind Turbines

While 2011 figures have yet to come in, we know that the global small wind turbine market grew from 105.9 MW in 2006 to 275.8 MW in 2010. GlobalData's recent report – Small Wind Turbines (less than 100kW) – Global Market Size, Analysis by Power Range, Regulations and Competitive Landscape to 2020 – predicts even higher growth in the coming years, spurred by increasing incentives announced by various governments and by growing end user awareness. End user price is the most crucial factor affecting the growth of the market in both developed and developing countries. Also important are rebate programmes, property tax exemptions, financial incentives, annualised net metering and permitting issues.
Renewable energy cheers revised MOPR at PJM

Renewable energy cheers revised MOPR at PJM

PJM's old MOPR was bad policy and bad politics. What's next?