Solar Energy to Account for Most New Generation in California

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Evolving Support for an Innovation Carbon Tax | The Energy Collective Daily

Evolving Support for an Innovation Carbon Tax | The Energy Collective Daily

Cleantech News from CleanTechnica : Atlantic Wind Connection Chooses New Jersey for Phase I Offshore Transmission Backbone

Cleantech News from CleanTechnica Atlantic Wind Connection Chooses New Jersey for Phase I Offshore Transmission Backbone China Targeting 10 GW of New Solar Capacity In 2013 Solar-Powered Water Treatment Plant Developed Africa Set To Necessary Renewable Energy Growth Suntech Launches Massive Saudi Arabian Solar System PV Cell Manufacturing Breakthrough, New …

Can Areva’s Solar CSP Be Integrated With a Fossil Fuel Plant?

GTM SOLAR WEEKLY | Tuesday, February 7, 2012 Can Areva’s Solar CSP Be Integrated With a Fossil Fuel Plant? Solar thermal hybrids create the chimera of a solar-augmented coal or natural gas plant. Does it make sense? Clean Power Finance Moves Big Numbers Into PV With Vivint Solar Deal CPF?s …

Why Aren’t Those Wind Turbines Turning?

It’s called curtailment—and it could be costing the nation a lot of green energy and green money. . Some 292,000 megawatt-hours of wind power were curtailed by the Midwest transmission system operator in 2009; in 2010, that figure jumped to about 824,000 megawatt-hours. At a rule-of-thumb 7 cents per kilowatt-hour, …