Home Search

CAPABLE - SEARCH RESULTS

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
The 41 Weirdest Things Ever Used to Make Biofuels

The 41 Weirdest Things Ever Used to Make Biofuels

If you're only an occasional reader in the world of biofuels, corn, sugarcane and veggie oils are the raw materials you’ll have heard the most about — lately, perhaps more about cellulosic feedstocks from agricultural and municipal wastes.
40,000 MW by 2020: Building offshore wind in Europe

40,000 MW by 2020: Building offshore wind in Europe

In Berlin for the European Offshore Wind Conference & Exhibition in December, Eize de Vries reports on Europe's goal of having 40,000 MW of offshore wind power by 2020, and on the technologies and businesses planning to deliver that goal.
The Question Day 32: What is the Most Difficult Issue Facing the Solar Industry?

The Question Day 32: What is the Most Difficult Issue Facing the Solar Industry?

It's been a year of both continued expansion and mounting challenges for the global solar industry. RenewableEnergyWorld asked solar industry executives to share their thoughts and insights on one burning question:
What’s New on the Turbine Market? Advances and Trends

What’s New on the Turbine Market? Advances and Trends

Last year saw exponential market growth in terms of installed wind turbines, coupled with continuing component shortages, which simultaneously put a brake on the maximum potential global wind market gain. The number of new wind markets is still expanding and some of these countries, particularly in Asia, have already become serious contenders for a place in the Top 10. Eize de Vries reports on key market and technology developments, trends, the companies and the main players in this still-growing sector.
Hydrogen hype in the air

Hydrogen hype in the air

Clean Energy Group raises concerns about harmful NOx emissions from new industry plans to burn hydrogen in fossil fuel power plants; calls for pause in permitting proposals until independent public health investigations are conducted -- particularly to study potentially dangerous air pollution impacts in environmental justice communities.
US Slashes Biofuels Targets Under Proposed Renewable Fuel Standard

US Slashes Biofuels Targets Under Proposed Renewable Fuel Standard

In Washington, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its proposed standards for 2014, 2015, and 2016 and volumes for renewable fuels. The volumes, as widely expected, include substantial reductions from the statutory standards in the original 2007 Energy Independence & Security Act. The EPA also released a 2017 proposed standard for biomass-based diesel.
HRW Briefings

HRW Briefings

PEOPLE Tom Read, director TMI, dies Tom W. Read, founder and director of TMI & Associates of the United Kingdom, died November 26, 2008. He was 65. A mechanical engineer by training, Read worked internationally in the marketing of systems for temperature-controlled concrete for dam, powerhouse, and tunnel construction. ORGANIZATIONS International Renewable Energy Agency formed Delegations from more than 100 […]
Industry News

Industry News

Agriculture Department awards rural energy funds to four projects
Conference Preview: Waterpower XVI

Conference Preview: Waterpower XVI

The Waterpower XVI conference and exhibition convenes in Spokane, Wash., this July.
Land of giants: PV majors making waves

Land of giants: PV majors making waves

In this, the second of our two-part look at the world's most influential PV players, the good news continues with a largely positive outlook among the world's leading PV companies. David Appleyard reports.