Chinese Products and Microinverters Gaining Acceptance
This breakthrough by chemical engineers at Oregon State University could soon reduce the cost of solar energy
Distributed wind community remains optimistic as wind Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is adopted in Senate Tax Extenders
Grassley/Cantwell Amendment adds 2-year extension of ITC to Senate Tax Extenders
"By designing poplars for deconstruction, we can improve the degradability of a very useful biomass product"
Green Charge Networks Pioneers Power Efficiency Agreements to Save Cities and Businesses up to 70%
UK goes for one million solar homes ----- UK seeks to strengthen position in booming global market
RGS Energy and GRID Alternatives to Install 10 Solar Electric Systems for Low-Income Families Nationwide
RGS Energy employees will volunteer throughout 2014 to install solar for 10 low-income families in California, Colorado, New Jersey and New York
Founding Star River Energy Corporation with insurance companies in Taiwan to create an investment platform for solar power plants
In 2014, if your clean technology company is expanding or relocating in North America, you need to consider the cities of the Ontario Clean Technology Alliance. Ontario offers highly educated talent, a low-risk business environment and generous targeted incentive programs and R&D tax credits.
Morgan Advanced Materials announces the availability of FireMaster® DryerWrap, a viable and cost effective solution for safely routing dryer exhausts from the laundry room to the building exit that results in significant installation cost and space savings
Two 10 kW Units Installed at Steve & Cookie's By the Bay in New Jersey
Peter Faguy from Vehicle Technologies Office at the US DOE will be delivering a keynote presentation on "NextGeneration Batteries For Electric Drive Vehicles (EDVs): R&D Highlights From The Energy Storage Projects Portfolio at The Vehicles Technologies Office Within The U.S. Department of Energy"
Significant variations in the output of wind and solar energy are noted on three official sites.
The $14 billion industry, the world’s second-largest buyer of wind turbines, is reeling from a double blow -- cheap natural gas unleashed by the hydraulic fracturing revolution and the death last year of federal subsidies that made wind the most competitive of all renewable energy sources in the U.S. Without restoration of subsidies, worth $23 per megawatt hour to turbine owners, the industry may not recover, and the U.S. may lose ground in its race to reduce dependence on the fossil fuels driving global warming, say wind-power advocates. They place the subsidy argument in the context of fairness, pointing out that wind’s chief fossil-fuel rival, the gas industry, is aided by the ability to form master limited partnerships that allow pipeline operators to avoid paying income tax. This helps drive down the cost of natural gas. “If gas prices weren’t so cheap, then wind might be able to compete on its own,” said South Dakota’s Republican Governor Dennis Daugaard. Consider that gas averaged $8.90 a million British thermal units in 2008 and plunged to $3.73 last year, making the fuel a cheaper source of electricity for utilities. Congress allowed the wind Production Tax Credit to expire last year, and wind farm construction plunged 92 percent.
Leading by example UAE has been implementing and promoting Natural Gas run vehicles and have successfully converted a large section of their public transport into NGVs.
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