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Solar energy in the land of the debt ceiling and solar states

Solar energy in the land of the debt ceiling and solar states

Paula Mints of Navigant Consulting, shares her "strong opinions" about solar energy, including US subsidies and the debt ceiling, as well as 2011 buying/installation, in an interview at Intersolar North America.
From the Board Room: Wolfgang Semper, Hydro Equipment Association

From the Board Room: Wolfgang Semper, Hydro Equipment Association

By David Appleyard In this interview, Wolfgang Semper discusses the current status of hydropower in terms of technology, as well as innovative approaches to improve hydropower development worldwide.
SolarAccess.com Interview with Janet Sawin

SolarAccess.com Interview with Janet Sawin

We spoke with Janet Sawin, an energy policy specialist at Greenpeace USA and author of "Losing the Clean Energy Race: How the U.S. Can Retake the Lead and Solve Global Warming" about her doctoral dissertation turned case study. Sawin has written a summary of the study, which is available from the end of the interview. You can also download the entire report directly from the RE Insider.
The Interview: Turbines Turning On High-Quality Lubrication

The Interview: Turbines Turning On High-Quality Lubrication

As wind turbine technology has evolved and more experience has been gained in the field, both wind turbine manufacturers and O&M professionals have become acutely aware of the importance of high-quality lubrication. Jackies Jones interviews Mike Hawkins from ExxonMobil Lubricants & Petroleum Specialities.
Climate Champions Podcast: Interview with Pip Decker

Climate Champions Podcast: Interview with Pip Decker

Lee Krevat, the host of The Climate Champions podcast, interviews Pip Decker, Senior Vice President at BMR Energy. Pip shares exciting and heartwarming stories about his experience in the wind and solar industry. Pip Decker has deep experience in the development, construction, and operation of wind and solar PV power generation projects. Prior to BMR Energy, Pip owned U.S.-based solar […]
Interview: Jan McFarland of PVMA and ASPV

Interview: Jan McFarland of PVMA and ASPV

In the flurry of activity following the defeat of SB1 by the California Assembly, RenewableEnergyAccess.com formed this Q&A conversation with Jan McFarland, Executive Director of both the Photovoltaic Manufacturer's Association (PVMA) and Americans for Solar Power (ASPV), and formerly Executive Director of the California Solar Energy Industries Association. She devoted months to working up front and behind the legislative scene on SB1. Here's what Ms. McFarland had to say:
VIDEO: Interview with Gaetan Borgers of Dow Corning

VIDEO: Interview with Gaetan Borgers of Dow Corning

RenewableEnergyWorld.com talked with Gaetan Borgers, Director of Dow Corning Solar Solutions at Intersolar North America in San Francisco, California.
Involving the Public in Long-Range Energy Supply Planning

Involving the Public in Long-Range Energy Supply Planning

When developing a plan for how to meet future electricity needs, Colorado Springs Utilities sought input from stakeholders through public meetings, advisory groups, and one-on- one interviews.
Brazil to Offer Ambitious Climate Plan With More Renewables

Brazil to Offer Ambitious Climate Plan With More Renewables

Brazil will increase the use of renewable energy, target zero net deforestation and push for low-carbon agriculture as part of its climate proposal, Environment Minister Izabella Teixeira said in an interview.
The Interview: Jean Huby, CEO, Areva Wind

The Interview: Jean Huby, CEO, Areva Wind

Jean Huby became chief executive officer of offshore turbine specialists Areva Wind in May 2011, having first joined the Areva Group in 2008 as vice president for Strategy. Huby was involved in the final acquisition of wind turbine manufacturers Multibrid and the subsequent development of the 5-MW M5000 turbine. This dedicated offshore machine is manufactured at Areva Wind's main production facility in Bremerhaven in North Germany. With the first prototype installed in late 2004, six machines are currently operating on two types of foundation at the Alpha Ventus site, some 45 km off the coast of Borkum, Germany.