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The need for a rapid reduction in greenhouse gases is well known, and bioenergy is one of the possible solutions. The new perennial grass crop Miscanthus is particularly promising for bioenergy, as it is hardy, fast growing and efficient in its use of water. Jonathan Harvey reviews the technical and commercial progress, and future prospects, for the crop.
In 2001, Jim Gordon, a well-heeled developer of natural gas plants in New England, took up a long-discussed but never-pursued idea that advocates said would usher in a new era of clean energy in America: an ocean-based wind farm off the shores of Cape Cod.
Paula Mints, Director, Energy at Navigant Consulting, in Palo Alto, California wonders what will happen in the solar PV industry after 2010's Winning Year.
The global wind industry has grown rapidly in recent years, manufacturing capacity is increasing and the component supply chain is stretched to its limits. Eize de Vries reports on some of the challenges of this pace of growth, investigating some of the supply chain bottlenecks and revealing the importance of components suppliers teaming up with wind turbine suppliers as dedicated partners.
By Elizabeth A. IngramThe involvement of multi-national banking institutions is critical to the completion and modernization of hydroelectric projects, particularly in the developing world. This article details nearly $16 billion in funding recently awarded for work at more than 50 projects.
To determine the safety of dams in southeast Turkey in the event of an earthquake, the Turkish Association of Dam Safety conducted a seismic risk analysis on 42 structures.
They are the new Brew Barons. In an earlier age, they might have been content to make White Lightning, or craft brews. Today their targets are jet fuel, renewable gasoline, renewable diesel, ethanol, a boatload of renewable chemicals, plus feed grains, food oils, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, and more.
As renewables look to achieve greater penetration in the grid-connected market and increase their role in off-grid applications, energy storage technologies could help provide a valuable link - increasing the dispatchability of renewables and their economics too, writes Richard Baxter.
Growing demand for electricity is driving an increase in hydro generating business – adding capacity at new plants as well as modernization of existing facilities.