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Archiving Project Data for FERC Review: What’s Working

Archiving Project Data for FERC Review: What’s Working

To provide the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission with electronic versions of supporting technical information documents, or STIDs, for each of its eight high-hazard hydroelectric projects, We Energies ’ hydro engineering group needed a centralized, efficient information system.
Conergy steps up solar production capacity sites

Conergy steps up solar production capacity sites

Conergy is stepping up its production capacities. Apart from establishing additional in-house production plants, the system manufacturer will continue to rely on its factory in Frankfurt (Oder) but also expand to the contract manufacturing of its Conergy premium modules.
Socialist Energy

Socialist Energy

A woman who’s pregnant today and fits her size 6 jeans through her first trimester could nonetheless see her kid set the table or do the laundry in a dozen years.  In twenty years that child could pay her way through college trimming trees or installing solar panels.      Just because something is infinitesimally small today doesn’t mean it […]
Low Energy Nuclear Reactions: 2.5 Million Watt-hours from a Nickel?

Low Energy Nuclear Reactions: 2.5 Million Watt-hours from a Nickel?

All existing nuclear plants, and the planned $13 billion ITER hot fusion project, are based on the “atoms for peace” idea of adapting military bomb technology to civilian use. The tens of billions in research dollars that have been spent have clouded the judgment of leaders in the nuclear science community causing irrational denial of the work being done at […]
Renewables Impact on the Grid? Answers from Telecom History

Renewables Impact on the Grid? Answers from Telecom History

If I were a senior executive at an investor-owned utility (IOU), I would be more than a little nervous about the spread of Renewables, and grid-tied distributed energy generation sources in general. What would happen to the integrity of my operations if these proliferated in dense clusters in my service areas, and over which I exercised limited control? Can I co-opt them or are they competition? AMI, SmartGrid, and "cap and trade" regulations are innovation enough, I might think, do we have to accommodate distributed generation too?
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New Study Helps Map Out Road Ahead for US Electricity System

New Study Helps Map Out Road Ahead for US Electricity System

On Friday, January 6, the Obama Administration released the second installment of the interagency Quadrennial Energy Review (QER 1.2), “Transforming the Nation’s Electricity System”.
Brave New Worlds: The Expanding Reach of Clean Tech

Brave New Worlds: The Expanding Reach of Clean Tech

At first glance, there might not appear to be much in common among window pane and drywall purveyor Serious Materials, PC network management software developer Verdiem, and electricity transmission networks operator ITC Holdings. Yet in today's world, and increasingly in the vision of the Obama administration, these disparate companies and their diverse sectors are becoming significant players in the clean-tech industry.
Sustainability Wars: Apple Versus Google

Sustainability Wars: Apple Versus Google

Google and Apple are arguably two of the most important companies in our technology-centric lives. With the two businesses directly competing in mobile computing, advertising, email, browser development, television, eBooks and all sorts of new digital content delivery, Apple and Google’s differing market strategies get frequently debated. But there’s another very important factor missing from this comparison: Environmental sustainability. Both companies have comprehensive […]
Swedish Skeptics Confirm “Nuclear Process” in Tiny 4.7 kW Reactor

Swedish Skeptics Confirm “Nuclear Process” in Tiny 4.7 kW Reactor

I spend much of my time debunking the free energy fantasies of my less technically competent friends. Wishful thinking makes many believe that cars can run on water after seeing a brief youtube video. Lately, however, I have been undergoing an exciting paradigm shift. Remember the “cold fusion” fiasco of 1989? Well, I have come to realize that it wasn’t […]