Are Utilities Missing Out on the Benefits of Combined Heat and Power?

  NEWS RELEASE    Media Contact: Patrick Kiker [email protected]  202.507.4043    Are Utilities Missing Out on the Benefits of Combined Heat and Power?    When a power plant generates power, it also generates massive amounts of heat. Though that heat is a valuable resource, it is typically rejected as waste …

Alternative Energy: Community Power: Loans for Community-Based Renewable Energy

Alternative Energy Community Power: Loans for Community-Based Renewable Energy Growth Of Distributed Electricity Systems On Verge Of Transforming Utility System — “Real Dialogue” At Princeton LA Solar / CLEAN LA Infomercial $10 Million For Swiss Geothermal Exploration Solar Stock Trading Alert; Canadian Solar (CSIQ) on the Run New endurance record …

Germany’s Renewables Revolution

  Thursday, April 18, 2013 Featured Blogs GERMANY’S RENEWABLES REVOLUTION FEWER MIDNIGHT (COAL) TRAINS TO GEORGIA WHO’S THE BoS? Read All RMI Blogs RMI in the News HOW CAN WE BOOST DISTRIBUTED SOLAR AND SAVE UTILITIES AT THE SAME TIME? Grist HOW DO WE REVERSE THE DROP IN COMBINED HEAT …

FAULTY OR INCOMPLETE ANALYSIS SKEWS NUMBERS AND CONCLUSIONS

FAULTY OR INCOMPLETE ANALYSIS SKEWS NUMBERS AND CONCLUSIONS   By Scott Sklar, for REW   Analyst Matthew Strep’s analysis of an NREL Renewables study appeared here and in The Washington Post on April 5th . His commentary on the potential for renewable energy to meet climate change reductions was limited to …

Report: Combined Heat and Power Market Growth Varies from State to State, Requiring More Than Supportive Policies for Greater Deployment

CHP Already Providing Over 12% of U.S Electricity, but More Efforts Are Needed to Overcome Market Barriers and Mitigate Uncertainty   Washington, D.C. (September 28, 2011): The combined heat and power (CHP) market is growing unevenly in different states, and will require more efforts than just supportive policies to achieve …