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Old and New Hydro Lighting up Development

Old and New Hydro Lighting up Development

Rightly renowned for its longevity, hydropower's deserved reputation is in no small way based on its many, many years of unwavering and ever reliable service.
Jordan Adopts Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Shelves Nuclear

Jordan Adopts Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Shelves Nuclear

While North American regulators continue debating the merits of feed-in tariffs, another developing country has adopted the policy renowned for rapidly developing renewable energy in the developed world.
Big, Bad Hydro

Big, Bad Hydro

[Forbes.com] Chilean Patagonia is renowned for its rugged beauty: windswept Andean peaks, roaring rivers, pristine coastal rainforests. Years ago, those natural wonders inspired architect Peter Hartmann to abandon his native Santiago for Coyhaique, a small regional capital tucked away in a picturesque mountain valley.
William McDonough to Chair Advisory Board

William McDonough to Chair Advisory Board

June 30, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Nextek Power Systems has appointed William McDonough as Chairman of its Advisory Board. McDonough, a world-renowned architect and designer has been named “A Hero of the Planet” by Time magazine, and is the source of the strategic green planning for corporations around the world, including Ford Motor Company, Nike and others. The author of Cradle to […]
Xantrex Facilitates Galapagos Energy Trend

Xantrex Facilitates Galapagos Energy Trend

Ecuador's Galapagos Islands, home to one of the Earth's most precious ecosystems, are renowned as one of the places Charles Darwin visited when forming his theory of evolution. Energy sources in the Galapagos are going through their own evolution.
Union of Concerned Scientists Slams Energy Bill

Union of Concerned Scientists Slams Energy Bill

November 18, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) has spoken out strongly against the current energy bill. The nationally renowned organization said America needs an energy policy that increases the country’s energy security and protects the environment. Instead they said the Energy Bill takes the U.S. backwards, “…by opening our public lands to oil and gas drilling, letting […]
Ontario to Unveil Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs

Ontario to Unveil Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Today, the government of Ontario will announce its long-awaited Standard Offer program for renewable energy at a press conference at Spheral Solar in Cambridge, Ontario. Making the announcement will be the Honorable Dalton McGuinty, Premier of Ontario; the Honorable Donna Cansfield, Minister of Energy; and renowned Canadian scientist Dr. David Suzuki. The press conference will launch Ontario’s program providing […]
UK Renewable Energy Publishers Unite

UK Renewable Energy Publishers Unite

December 19, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Two major UK-based renewable energy-oriented publishers have consolidated their interests in a business acquisition. James & James (Science Publishers) Limited, publisher of internationally renowned titles on renewable and sustainable energy, waste management and conservation, announced the acquisition of Earthscan Publications Limited from Kogan Page Limited. James & James said this consolidates them as the most significant […]
Biodiesel Powers Country Musician’s National Tour

Biodiesel Powers Country Musician’s National Tour

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Say what you will about celebrities, but a little celebrity plug can go a long way to promoting something. Renowned country musician Bonnie Raitt is fueling her two diesel-powered buses and two semis with environmentally friendly biodiesel (B20) fuel as she kicks off her yearlong U.S. tour. Raitt supports biodiesel because it contributes to the family farm – for […]
Mini-hydro Making A Big Impact on Nepalese Power

Mini-hydro Making A Big Impact on Nepalese Power

Renowned for its vast hydropower resources, the Himalayan nation of Nepal has nonetheless long struggled to meet its growing power demand. Now though, the devastating earthquake that struck the country in April 2015 is placing even more emphasis on the development of hydropower at a range of scales.