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A noted economist offers his top reasons why the draft rules should be rejected.
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For several years, Grant County Public Utility District (PUD) struggled with high temperatures – and subsequent failures – of the thrust bearings of two units at its 907-MW Priest Rapids hydro project.
The collapse and subsequent rebuilding of a spillway at a 137-year-old dam provides valuable insight into emergency preparedness, spillway design, and dam remediation.
The passage and subsequent presidential signature of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 this past August was a watershed moment for the renewable fuels industry, the impacts of which may not yet be fully appreciated, but will provide immeasurable benefits to the nation for generations.
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Another massive solar energy project in California is being abandoned, with K Road asking the California Energy Commission to drop its permit and subsequent amendments for the 294-MW Calico Solar Project after three years and as many redevelopment efforts.
Hong Kong Energy (Holdings) Limited (HKE) announced that is has received approval from the Development and Reform Commission of Siziwang Qi for the rights to build and operate a 500-megawatt (MW) wind power project in the region subsequent to the application made on April 21, 2008.
A cluster of cancer cases in Woburn, Massachusetts, in the 1980s prompted a major pollution lawsuit that eventually inspired a book and subsequent movie. Now, a community solar project is bringing “new, positive life” to the site.
In the past decade alone, four different companies -- all Chinese -- have surged to the top of the heap, becoming the biggest solar maker in the world, only to subsequently fall flat and get overtaken by an up-and-comer.