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Yes, In My Front Yard

Yes, In My Front Yard

Local governments have significant power to influence the energy choices of their citizens. They administer and regulate water supply, waste collection, public transport, and infrastructure. They own buildings, land, waste treatment facilities and vehicle fleets and they have close proximity to citizens and businesses.
Safe Dams Are Based on Strong Data

Safe Dams Are Based on Strong Data

Dam owners and engineers have access to a variety of advanced analytical tools for assessing the safety of a dam.
Customers Fund Work at Reclamation Plants

Customers Fund Work at Reclamation Plants

About $253 million in operations and maintenance funding has been provided over 13 years by power customers in the Bureau of Reclamation's Mid-Pacific Region. This money has allowed significant improvements that likely would not have been accomplished otherwise.
Beyond the PTC: What will drive future US wind development?

Beyond the PTC: What will drive future US wind development?

While the Production Tax Credit has played a vital role in stimulating the growth of the US wind market, there are an increasingly large number of factors coming into play. Elisa Wood reports on what could be making the sector tick in the coming years.
Approaching the horizon: Very large-scale photovoltaics

Approaching the horizon: Very large-scale photovoltaics

For years, proponents of solar energy have drawn maps representing the amount of land needed to supply global electricity demands from PV. While photovoltaics on such a scale is still some way off, it is getting closer, and large-scale energy from the desert has never been more realistic. By Edward Milford.
Industry News

Industry News

American Municipal Power-Ohio signed a contract with Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation (now called Voith Hydro) for supply of turbine-generators to the 105-MW Meldahl hydroelectric project on the Ohio River.
Beyond Utility 2.0: Part 2 “The Present”

Beyond Utility 2.0: Part 2 “The Present”

Aggressive state policy and cost reductions for clean energy have created two business model crises for electric utilities: stagnant sales and exponentially rising production from distributed renewable sources. This is the second of four parts of ILSR’s Beyond Utility 2.0 to Energy Democracy report being published in serial.  To see the first post, click here. Download the entire report and see ILSR’s other […]
News Round-up

News Round-up

A round-up of news from around the world.