WIND CROSSES 5% THRESHOLD AND SOLAR DOUBLES AS RENEWABLES PROVIDE 14% OF U.S. ELECTRICAL GENERATION DURING FIRST THIRD OF 2014

Jay Owen Resource Efficiency, Trendspotting

SUN DAY CAMPAIGN (a campaign for a sustainable energy future) 6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite #340; Takoma Park, MD 20912 301-270-6477 x.11 [email protected] Twitter: Follow @SunDayCampaign News Advisory WIND CROSSES 5% THRESHOLD AND SOLAR DOUBLES AS RENEWABLES PROVIDE 14% OF U.S. ELECTRICAL GENERATION DURING FIRST THIRD OF 2014   HOWEVER, AS …

Mirrors Power Up the Mojave

Jay Owen Greentech

Mirrors Power Up the Mojave Last week the Ivanpah solar thermal power plant in California went operational last week.  Ivanpah is a marvel.  Located in the Mojave Desert, the steam like any other.  However, at Ivanpah the power plant owner NRG Energy (NRG:  NYSE).  Google (GOOG:  Nasdaq) is a ‘relatively’ …

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROVIDES 37% OF ALL NEW U.S. ELECTRICAL GENERATING CAPACITY IN 2013

Jay Owen Green Prosperity

SUN DAY CAMPAIGN 6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite #340; Takoma Park, MD 20912 301-270-6477 x.11 [email protected]     News Advisory   RENEWABLE ENERGY PROVIDES 37% OF ALL NEW U.S. ELECTRICAL GENERATING CAPACITY IN 2013   SOLAR SURPASSED ONLY BY NATURAL GAS   NEW RENEWABLE CAPACITY MORE THAN TRIPLE COAL, OIL, AND …

NEWS RELEASE: New EIA Forecasts Continue to Underestimate Renewable Energy Sources

Jay Owen Green Prosperity, SRI/ESG News, Trendspotting

We at Ethical Markets agree  !  EIA  is still downplaying the  global renewable energy revolution now underway as we track in our GREEN TRANSITION SCOREBOARD® ,Hazel Henderson, Editor   SUN DAY CAMPAIGN 6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite #340; Takoma Park, MD 20912 301-270-6477 x.11 [email protected]     Media Statement   U.S. …

Earth Policy Institute: U.S. Nuclear Power in Decline

Jay Owen Trendspotting

  U.S. Nuclear Power in Decline  J. Matthew Roney http://www.earth-policy.org/plan_b_updates/2013/update116 Earth Policy Release Plan B Update September 10, 2013 Nuclear power generation in the United States is falling. After increasing rapidly since the 1970s, electricity generation at U.S. nuclear plants began to grow more slowly in the early 2000s. It …

European Energy Review

Jay Owen Resource Efficiency

Friday 19 July 2013 Welcome to our weekly Digest. In this free newsletter you will find an overview of all the articles published by EER in the previous week. To get access to the full content, you need to sign up as Premium Member. You can now try our Premium Membership for free for …

World Future Council: “An unbearable inheritance to future generations”

Jay Owen Global Citizen, Trendspotting

Press release – for immediate release   “An unbearable inheritance to future generations” Global coalition of “Alternative Nobel Prize” laureates and members of the World Future Council condemn nuclear power expansion plans   Hamburg, July 16th 2013: A global coalition of laureates of the Right Livelihood Award and members of the …

The Energy Collective: What Can We Learn From Germany’s Clean Energy Push? Free Webinar July 9

Jay Owen Green Prosperity

Germany’s Clean Energy Push: What Can the World Learn? Register Now Known as the Energiewende, or “energy change”, Germany’s campaign to move to renewable power is ambitious, massively popular at home, and by many accounts, quite successful. With 25% of Germany’s energy currently being sourced from solar, wind, and biomass …

Americans Want More Emphasis on Solar, Wind, Natural Gas

Jay Owen Resource Efficiency, Greentech

Oil, nuclear, and coal are more popular with Republicans and in the South by Dennis Jacobe, Chief Economist, Gallop, Inc.   PRINCETON, NJ — No fewer than two in three Americans want the U.S. to put more emphasis on producing domestic energy using solar power (76%), wind (71%), and natural …

NUCLEAR FISSION: THE MOST WASTEFUL, STUPID, AND COSTLY SYSTEM FOR BOILING WATER

Jay Owen Articles by Hazel Henderson

NUCLEAR FISSION: THE MOST WASTEFUL, STUPID, AND COSTLY SYSTEM FOR BOILING WATER   By Hazel Henderson   SAINT AUGUSTINE, MAR (IPS) I have opposed nuclear power since my service on the US Congress Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Council, from 1975 until 1980. Even back then it was clear that …