Clean Power Investing

  • By 2030 it will be cheaper to choose wind and solar than coal and gas in most parts of the world, making the decision to go entirely renewable more feasible. Here’s how your company can prepare. As it becomes ever more urgent to preserve the environment, a growing number of businesses are prioritizing sustainability. More than 50 companies around the world have pledged to work toward using ...
  • April 27--HARRISBURG -- Pennsylvania's state government recently ranked the highest in the country for usage of green power, which includes renewable sources like wind, solar and water. The ranking from the federal Environmental Protection Agency was released earlier this week. Not only did the state government rank as the highest public entity, it also finished 26th overall in a list of 100 ...
  • Alternative energy solution providers are engaged in talks with banks for securing financing for solar power projects and have also urged the government to come up with incentives for the execution of net-metering policy for surplus producers, said Reon Energy Solutions Chief Executive Officer Inamur Rahman on Monday. We are in talks with banks (among big five) to win financing for solar ...
  • Renewable Choice Energy announced today that it has joined global NGO CDP as its exclusive North American Partner for renewable energy consulting and broker services for offsite clean power, including renewable energy credits (RECs), carbon offsets, and long-term renewable energy purchasing contracts such as power purchase agreements (PPAs). The partnership provides an outstanding opportunity ...
  • April 25--TAMPA -- TECO Energy has recently built an award-winning reclaimed water project at its Polk Power Station, shuttered a coal-fired plant in favor of a gas-fired plant, and built a 2-megawatt solar array at Tampa International Airport. Expect more of the same after the company's acquisition by Emera Inc., Rob Bennett, president and chief executive of Emera U.S., told local business ...
  • The Saphonian's lower cost could make it an attractive source of off-grid energy in developing countries. A bladeless wind energy convertor inspired by the sailing boats of Ancient Carthage is set to breeze past traditional turbines in terms of efficiency, according to its Tunisian developers. A Tunisian start-up has taken inspiration from the sailing boats of Ancient Carthage to develop a ...
  • In quarter 1. 2016 Azerbaijan generated 4.5 million kwh of power from alternative sources, a source from the Azerbaijan State Statistical Committee told Turan. Generation of power from alternative sources increased by 2 million KWh or by 180% against the same period last year. The Statistical Committee said that from January to March 2016 generation of wind power totaled 3.4 million KWh (2.2 ...
  • Opponents of wind turbines are within their rights to press their concerns and seek the best possible resolution for their specific situation, but stopping these projects entirely is less likely in this period in our nation's history. No matter whether the United States ever fully embraces the nonbinding Paris agreement on climate change, this will be noted as a time of transition ...
  • The U.S. Senate passed an energy bill on Wednesday that would spend $32 billion over five years to improve energy efficiency, invest in clean energy technology, capture harmful emissions from coal-burning facilities, allocate money to the Land and Water Conservation Fund, expedite construction of pipelines, and allow for liquefied natural gas exports. In short, the Energy Policy Modernization ...
  • Climate change causes a lot of problems. But it can also create opportunities for job growth and innovation. Calls to move entirely to renewable energy might seem like what our country and our world need, but some people argue it would ...
  • Azerbaijan, natural resource rich country, is increasing the share of the renewable sources in its electricity production. The country will cooperate with U.S. counterparts in further developing its RES potential. Azerbaijan plans to reduce its gas consumption by building wind power plants in the Caspian Sea. The construction of such a wind farm on the platforms of the Caspian Sea will save ...
  • Azerbaijan, natural resource rich country, is increasing the share of the renewable sources in its electricity production. The country will cooperate with U.S. counterparts in further developing its RES potential. Azerbaijan plans to reduce its gas consumption by building wind power plants in the Caspian Sea. The construction of such a wind farm on the platforms of the Caspian Sea will save ...
  • April 23--The Alaska SeaLife Center is now heated almost completely by renewable energy thanks to a system that uses heat from an unconventional source. The Seward research institution and aquarium announced Friday that after three months of testing, it has gone from heating 60 percent of its building with renewable heat to 98 percent. Its heat pump system uses energy from Resurrection Bay's ...
  • April 23--The Alaska SeaLife Center is now heated almost completely by renewable energy thanks to a system that uses heat from an unconventional source. The Seward research institution and aquarium announced Friday that after three months of testing, it has gone from heating 60 percent of its building with renewable heat to 98 percent. Its heat pump system uses energy from Resurrection Bay's ...
  • Apr 18, 2016 | William Fortune
    The U.S. can be the worlds leader and supplier of clean carbon electricity and power plants.
  • The 5 hurdles to that shiny, renewables-filled future

    Apr 11, 2016 | Kathleen Wolf Davis

    David Crane, the outspoken former CEO of NRG Energy, saw his last day in office earlier this month. NRG Energy has chosen to turn over a new leaf with Crane's resignation and the new year-or an old leaf, if the appointment of the company's chief operating officer, Mauricio Gutierrez to follow Crane is any indication.

  • Apr 05, 2016 | EnergyBiz news services

    Dominion Power pushes back against arguments Clean Power Plan critics have made in an effort to derail new carbon rules.

  • Mar 15, 2016 | EnergyBiz news services

    The goal is lofty: to provide more renewable energy, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and give residents a break on their electricity bills.

  • Feb 18, 2016 | Bryan Leyland
    Because of the widespread belief in dangerous man-made global warming governments all over the world have decided to provide subsidies for wind solar and other so-called 'renewable' power sources.
  • Feb 04, 2016 | Aladdine Joroff
    Multi-State compliance approaches, part I: Compact clause