Renewable Energy

RENEWABLE ENERGY ARTICLES

Cutting carbon creates risks while creating opportunities

04/01/2015

Even the most affected sectors enjoy some mitigating factors, according to Moody's Investors Service

Apex Clean Energy secures loan for the 300 MW Oklahoma wind power project

04/01/2015 Apex Clean Energy, an independent renewable energy company, is pleased to announce it has reached financial close of a $397 million construction lo...

Design firm plans 110 MW solar power project in Saudi Arabia

03/31/2015 Ci design will design and planning of a new 110 MW photovoltaic manufacturing facility for the Al-Afandi Group, the first fully integrated PV panel...

Canadian Solar buys Recurrent Energy from Sharp Corp.

03/31/2015 In addition, in conjunction with the acquisition, Credit Suisse will provide Recurrent Energy with a $150 million, one-year senior secured bridge l...

Israel installs solar panels at parliament to save energy

03/31/2015 The office of the parliament speaker says energy generated from some 1,500 solar panels will provide 10 percent of the electricity used at the Knes...

Exelon eyes other types of power generation as nuclear plants see losses

03/31/2015

Nuclear plants provide about 97 percent of the electricity supply in Exelon's Midwest market, according to company filings

Owners to shut down German gas-fired power plants

03/30/2015 The decisions were made because the two gas plants have no prospect of operating profitably when the current contract with the network operator exp...

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Beyond Integration: Three Dynamics Reshaping Renewables and the Grid

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Engaging the Small and Mid-sized Business (SMB) Marketplace

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When Grid Optimization is Not Enough: Making Cents of Disruptive Change.

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Avoiding the Pitfalls of Premium Power

Premium power is an increasingly valuable tool for utilities and municipalities, who can charge more for supplying power to customers with critical loads. At the same time, more customers have thei...

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Cooling System Technology for Cube-Based Display Walls

The cooling system in a cube-based display wall is a critical factor to consider when you're planning which technology would be best for your contr...

Envisioning the Smart Grid of the Future

While it is true that the future is unknowable, it’s a safe guess that the smart grid of tomorrow will be dramatically different than the smart gri...

Managed Services: More Smart Grid Benefits; Less Smart Grid Risk

Planning and deploying smart grid solutions is a challenge under the best of circumstances, and for many, balancing the risk-reward continuum is a ...

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