SB X 1-2 and California’s New Energy Future
05/10/11 - David Nahai - Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith
This law, called the California Renewable Energy Resources Act, obligates all California electricity providers to obtain at least 33% of their energy from renewable resources by the year 2020. This requirement constitutes the most aggressive renewable portfolio standard in the country.
Renewable Energy Home Design
04/14/11 - Don Harmon - LiFeBATT
My premise is that we need a new Model for Housing, as the older homes will not hold their value by today’s Renewable Energy standards, and the next generation buyers will quickly be drawn to a more energy efficient model. These new buyers are also looking for different designs than older homes typically offer for their lifestyle choices.
The Battle for Energy
08/26/11 - Florian Ion Petrescu , Relly Victoria Petrescu - Bucharest Polytechnic University
The share of renewables in electricity generation is around 18%, with 15% of global electricity coming from hydroelectricity and 3% from new renewables. This paper aims to disseminate new methods of obtaining energy.
Mechanical ventilation and heat recovery System with integral heat pump
05/10/11 - John Perry - Redoak
This article explains: some background to our bungalow design, why we had the original mechanical ventilation and heat recovery system installed; why we chose the latest system and our experience with both systems.
Echo Captures More Untapped Solar Energy
05/10/11 - EchoFirst
This is an interesting use of existing technologies combined to build a viable solution.
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