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1 - UK Awards First Guaranteed Power Price Contracts to Biomass, Offshore Wind Projects
2 - For the Greater Green: Algae-Based Advanced Biofuels Bring a Clean, Affordable Solution
3 - Ethanol from Energy Beets: A Viable Option?
4 - German Utilities Fight Renewable Energy Shift
5 - Making Corn Stover Biofuel May Not Be Better than Gas, Says Report
6 - China Reiterates Plans to Boost Clean Energy
7 - How a Small County in California Went Grid Positive
8 - Renewable Energy May Help Ukraine Abandon Russian Gas
9 - Top 10 Trends in Brazil Biofuels for 2014
10 - Ukraine Seeks Renewable Energy Investors to Loosen Russia’s Grip
11 - Utility Nightmares: Distributed Generation and Halving Electricity Consumption
12 - Clean Energy Investment Rises 9 Percent, Led by Solar-Power Demand
13 - CEO of German Utility RWE Says It Should Have Invested in Renewable Energy Sooner
14 - Distributed Generation Shines in Thailand
15 - When Renewables Meet the Oil and Gas Industry, Opposites Attract
16 - Global Renewable Energy Should Triple to Save Climate, UN Panel Says
17 - Post-Fukushima Japan Taps Coal Over Renewables
18 - UPDATE: UK Announces Renewable Heat Tariffs
19 - Tax Code of Honor: US Congress Must Choose a Clean Energy Future
20 - Capital for Clean Energy Easier to Find as Investors Seek Simplicity
1 - UK Awards First Guaranteed Power Price Contracts to Biomass, Offshore Wind Projects

Drax Group Plc, Dong Energy A/S and SSE Plc will get guaranteed power prices for U.K. biomass and offshore wind plants, the first renewable energy projects to benefit from a new aid program.

4/24/2014 12:58:00

2 - For the Greater Green: Algae-Based Advanced Biofuels Bring a Clean, Affordable Solution

As the implications of the global energy crisis continue to intensify, cost-effective and truly sustainable solutions are crucial. The energy industry experienced a giant leap with the production of first-generation biofuels, but rising costs and questionable energy yields have led to an innovative second wave of advanced biofuels that require less land and offer greater outputs at cost-competitive prices.

4/23/2014 11:54:00

3 - Ethanol from Energy Beets: A Viable Option?

Corn remains the undisputed ethanol king. But a growing number of U.S. sugar beet farmers, in part, exasperated by the heavily-regulated sugar industry, are now hoping to give corn a run for its bioenergy money.

4/22/2014 15:14:00

4 - German Utilities Fight Renewable Energy Shift

Germany’s biggest utilities face dwindling market shares as the shift torenewable energy spurs regional power generation and storage technology, a senior member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party said.

4/22/2014 13:59:00

5 - Making Corn Stover Biofuel May Not Be Better than Gas, Says Report

Biofuels made from the leftovers of harvested corn plants are worse than gasoline for global warming in the short term, a study shows, challenging the Obama administration's conclusions that they are a much cleaner oil alternative and will help combat climate change.

4/21/2014 16:04:00

6 - China Reiterates Plans to Boost Clean Energy

China, the world’s biggest investor in renewable energy, reiterated plans to boost construction of solar and wind power plants along with projects to transmit electricity from the clean sources.

4/21/2014 15:26:00

7 - How a Small County in California Went Grid Positive

California is known for being a leader in solar energy, but a small county in Northern California has taken things a step further. It has become the first county government in the state to not only zero-out its electric bill with renewable energy, but also to become grid positive. Yolo County (population 200,000), just west of Sacramento County, now produces 152 percent more energy from solar panels than it uses.

4/21/2014 14:06:00

8 - Renewable Energy May Help Ukraine Abandon Russian Gas

Despite political instability and economical problems, Ukraine is pursuing the development of renewable energy in order to reduce dependence on gas supplies and economic pressures from Russia.

4/21/2014 11:37:00

9 - Top 10 Trends in Brazil Biofuels for 2014

Brazil’s on the move on a number of fronts — sales, diversification of products and feedstocks, and even in engine development. Let’s look at the Top 10 Trends.

4/18/2014 20:00:00

10 - Ukraine Seeks Renewable Energy Investors to Loosen Russia’s Grip

Ukrainian officials say they’ve found a way to protect the nation from Russia: Go green.

4/18/2014 19:41:00

11 - Utility Nightmares: Distributed Generation and Halving Electricity Consumption

While many utility executives attribute much of their predicted market challenges to the rise of photovoltaics and net metering, they actually have much more to worry about.

4/16/2014 15:06:00

12 - Clean Energy Investment Rises 9 Percent, Led by Solar-Power Demand

Clean energy investment rose by 9 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier on surging demand for rooftop solar panels from the U.S. to Japan.

4/16/2014 14:31:00

13 - CEO of German Utility RWE Says It Should Have Invested in Renewable Energy Sooner

What’s a beleaguered utility to do when forced by the government to close its profitable nuclear power plants?

4/15/2014 15:46:00

14 - Distributed Generation Shines in Thailand

Electricity generation today is moving towards a more decentralised model where generation is close to demand. Possible benefits are diminished transmission and distribution losses and investments, improved energy efficiency, and increased security of supply. Implementing a large central power plant is extremely challenging in terms of site availability, as well as public concern about environmental issues.

4/15/2014 15:30:00

15 - When Renewables Meet the Oil and Gas Industry, Opposites Attract

At first glance, pairing renewable energy with the oil and gas sector would seem an unlikely match. But behind the curtain, romance could be blooming.

4/14/2014 18:11:00

16 - Global Renewable Energy Should Triple to Save Climate, UN Panel Says

The world needs to triple the energy it gets from renewables, nuclear reactors and power plants that use emissions-capture technology to avoid dangerous levels of global warming, United Nations scientists said.

4/14/2014 14:45:00

17 - Post-Fukushima Japan Taps Coal Over Renewables

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is pushing Japan’s coal industry to expand sales at home and abroad, undermining hopes among environmentalists that he’d use the Fukushima nuclear accident to switch the nation to renewables.

4/14/2014 14:41:00

18 - UPDATE: UK Announces Renewable Heat Tariffs

UPDATE: The U.K. government yesterday launched its Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (d-RHI), which pays households that generate heat and hot water using renewable energy systems such as solar hot water, geothermal heat pumps and biomass heating.

4/10/2014 21:45:00

19 - Tax Code of Honor: US Congress Must Choose a Clean Energy Future

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Wyden has officially begun consideration of legislation to reinstate a suite of tax credits that big polluters and their allies succeeded in getting Congress to let expire, including vital, commonsense policies that promote clean energy.

4/10/2014 16:17:00

20 - Capital for Clean Energy Easier to Find as Investors Seek Simplicity

Simplifying finance vehicles for renewable energy will lure more investors and lower the costs of capital.

4/10/2014 12:30:00


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