Geothermal

International Standard Issued to Measure Energy Savings

An international protocol has been released that will increase investor confidence in renewable energy technologies.

U.S. Releases Detailed Data on Renewable Energy

Statistics on the total energy consumption in the United States have made a major upward adjustment as a result of the calculation of renewable energy statistics.

U.S. Government To Promote Renewable Energies

The U.S. Senate is expected to introduce a bill that will provide support for renewable energy.

International Standard to Encourage Renewable Energy

he U.S. Department of Energy has released the third edition of the International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol (IPMVP).

Green Suppliers to Stop Selling in California

A number of suppliers of renewable energy power in California have announced they will suspend deliveries to South California Edison as a result of the utility's default payments.

U.S. Company Markets New Renewable Energy System

A U.S. company that manufactures ground-coupled heat pumps has formed a joint venture to market a new system that uses municipal water as a source of energy.

U.S. Forecasts Better Energy Picture in 2001

Demand for electricity in the United States will grow by 1.7 percent this year, compared with 5.3 percent last year, according to government forecasts.

French Firm to Develop Geothermal in Mexico

A major French company has been awarded a contract to supply four geothermal energy power plants to Mexico.

Philippine Oil Company to Install Wind Energy

A 40 megawatt wind farm will be constructed for the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) in Burgos, Ilocos.

Renewables are Major Option to Reduce Power Plant Emissions

Using renewable energy will be the second choice for power companies in the United States that want to avoid emissions of greenhouse gases, according to a report from the federal government.