GreenStation Energy Storage Powered by Smart Grid Technology

The bottom line is that energy (kWh) is no longer the cost driver for commercial and industrial electric ratepayers; power (kW) is where the pain lies.

Grid Parity: A Foggy Signal for Solar Maturity

What we can expect to see is a gradual transition of solar from an alternative energy to a truly cost competitive source of energy that helps counteract rising electricity rates and fuel costs.

Residential And Commercial Refuse-Derived Fuel Waste To Energy

This report serves as an overview of gasification technologies processing municipal solid waste (MSW) that includes non-recycled plastic.

States Keeping U.S. at Fuel Cell Forefront

The report identifies the "Top 5 Fuel Cell States" - California, Connecticut, New York, Ohio, and South Carolina.

Renewable attractiveness indices and institutional investors

Renewables are on a clear path to commercial viability without subsidies. That is why renewables are projected to be the fastest-growing energy source over the next twenty years.

Solar Energy Index Outperforms S&P in Q4 2013

Lincoln International's Renewable Energy Group is pleased to present the latest Q4 2013 Solar Energy Stock Index Report, which tracks relevant solar company metrics in this growing industry.

Cogeneration Goes Global

As CHP systems can tap into a wide array of fuels to operate including coal, biomass and natural gas, there are few restrictions on where they can be installed.

More to Biofuel Production than Yield

With supportive policies, we envision the ability to design agricultural landscapes to maximize multiple benefits.

Monthly generator capacity factor data now available by fuel and technology

EIA's new tables include capacity factors for individual renewable generating technologies

NY Working Hard to Catch Up with CA's Energy Storage Requirements

Next up at the plate as a hot, receptive market for energy storage in North America is New York.

New Climate Norms

To be on the safe side, the development of alternative energy sources could keep the actuality of long term global warming from happening.

Go Green to Save Green

"Going green" is no longer just a way to sound trendy, but a very real and highly accessible industry that is helping people save money and better the environment at the same time.

California Renewable Energy Wishes for 2014

The California Public Utilities Commission has determined that the three largest investor-owned utilities already have met the 20 percent standard and are on track to meet the goal of generating 33 percent of the state's electricity from renewable energy resources.

Controlled Nuclear Fusion:
The Energy Source That Is Always A Few Years Away

In my opinion the potential payoff of nuclear fusion is too big and important for the world to ignore.

Technology to Aid Geothermal Industry Growth

By utilizing Web-based technology, organizations involved in geothermal energy can realize significant cost-savings, in a paperless environment, through efficiencies in critical aspects of projects.

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