Follow Us

By Energy Collective

1,153 Pages

Are Reverse Auctions the Key to Reforming Solar Energy Subsidies?Published Energy Collective  8/21/2014
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has implemented a novel way to support renewable energy: a reverse feed-in tariff auction. The first reverse auction ran from January 2012 to August 2013 and attracted a highly competitive pool of 49 proposals from 27 different participants.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

Building Skills Among Renewable Industries WorkforcePublished Energy Collective  8/20/2014
With increased global demand for energy and concerns over climate change, renewable energy industries worldwide are projected to be in a growth phase for the foreseeable future. That creates not only funding, political and infrastructure challenges, but workforce challenges as well.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

Utility 2.0: NY Utility Regulators Should Consider Change to "Formula for Success"Published Energy Collective  8/20/2014
Acquire more customers, sell more electricity. This primary formula has fueled the runaway success of utility companies. But in an era when customers are technologically savvy, price conscious, and environmentally aware, more families are pursuing opportunities that will cut electricity bills and
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

Regulators Approve Major Upgrades to Californias Largest Low-Income Energy Efficiency ProgramPublished Energy Collective  8/20/2014
The California Public Utilities Commission today unanimously adopted significant program enhancements for the state’s largest energy efficiency program dedicated to cutting bills and electricity waste for low-income households.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

Renewable Energy Could Hit 36% Of Global Energy Use, But Theres A Biomass CatchPublished Energy Collective  8/21/2014
Would you pay $2.50 to double sustainable energy’s share of the global energy market, reduce carbon dioxide emissions 8.6 gigatonnes (Gt), and create 900,000 new net jobs in the energy sector by 2030? Unless you’re firmly rooted in the fossil fuel industry, the answer is probably yes.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

The Failure of the UK Climate Change ActPublished Energy Collective  8/18/2014
The Belgian think tank Bruegel points to data showing that the United Kingdom's GDP has returned to pre-economic crisis levels. This allows us to do a quick and intuitive examination of how much the UK economy has decarbonized over that time period.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

Survey: Utilities See Threat, Opportunity in Distributed GenerationPublished Energy Collective  8/18/2014
United States utilities see both threat and opportunity in the rise of customer-owned solar systems. Sure, all that new distributed generation could help them avoid building new power plants in the future. But it could also threaten utility business models.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

What the Green Revolution in Electronics Means for the Smart GridPublished Energy Collective  8/19/2014
One of the oft-flogged analogies about the Smart Grid is that building it is like assembling a plane in flight. The challenges start with trying to overlay new technologies on top of older infrastructure, choosing winners and losers in competing standards, and melding together diverse equipment.read
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

Court Upholds FERC Order 1000: Major Victory for Clean Energy and ConsumersPublished Energy Collective  8/19/2014
A federal court upheld in its entirety the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s groundbreaking electric grid planning rule known as Order 1000. The unanimous decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit is a major win for clean energy, the environment, and consumers.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |

Recycling Old Batteries into Solar CellsPublished Energy Collective  8/19/2014
This could be a classic win-win solution: A system proposed by researchers at MIT recycles materials from discarded car batteries — a potential source of lead pollution — into new, long-lasting solar panels that provide emissions-free power.read more
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r ...
| |


Popular


Sources


Follow


How US Territories Can Kick Their Oil Addiction

How US Territories Can Kick Their Oil Addiction
| |

Army Officer Recycles Military Surplus

Army Officer Recycles Military Surplus
| |

Photo: Bananaquit among the blossoms

Photo: Bananaquit among the blossoms
| |

Distributed Marginal Price: The New Metric for the Grid Edge?

Distributed Marginal Price: The New Metric for the
| |

Unlimited two-day shipping has made it hard to wait for anything

Unlimited two-day shipping has made it hard to
| |

Clothing store’s take-back program shows how recycling can be a strategy for retailers

Clothing store’s take-back program shows how
| |



    Time for Texas to Work With EPA To Secure Cleaner Air For All Texans

    Time for Texas to Work With EPA To Secure Cleaner
    | |

    Indian Researchers Create Low-Cost Bricks From Recycled Paper Mill Waste

    Indian Researchers Create Low-Cost Bricks From
    | |

    Is the tide going out? Analysts trim projections for marine energy deployment

    Is the tide going out? Analysts trim projections
    | |

    Appalling: War on Science Now Includes War on Science Museums

    Appalling: War on Science Now Includes War on
    | |

    Why the Lords must vote for a decarbonisation target

    Why the Lords must vote for a decarbonisation
    | |

    Exoplanets Can Be Divided Into Three Groups: Terrestrials, Gas Giants, and Mid-Sized Gas Dwarfs

    Exoplanets Can Be Divided Into Three Groups:
    | |

About EnvironmentGuru

EnvironmentGuru.com is the largest online search portal that offers a place for environmental professionals to collaborate, find, and distribute environmental information from social, news, universities, governemnt agencies, and you. Built off state of the art technology and developed considering security as the highest priority. 

Find Out More →