Renewable Energy Development

NY Offshore Wind Lease Auction Set

Germany Seeks Ambitious Goals For Renewable Energy

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has issued a Final Sale Notice, setting December 15 as the date for auctioning the right to lease sites in federal waters off New York for commercial offshore wind development.

China Ramps Up Renewables

Coal Shortage Causes Short Supply Of Power in China

China has made notable strides to transition towards a lower-carbon economy.

Government Targets To Cut Carbon Emissions By 2050

The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) recently released Report 151: Developing a Business Case for Renewable Energy at Airports.

Renewable Energy Update – March 2016 #3

Scottish Windfarm Starts Producing Electricity

Yolo County and the City of Davis are joining a growing number of communities in California in buying their own electricity with the hope of getting less expensive energy from greener sources.

Who Will Lead The Clean Energy Future?

Israeli Farmers Use Barn Roofs To Generate Electricity

At the heart of every major transformation are the people carving the new path forward. The same goes for the transition currently occurring in our electricity system, which is moving away from traditional monopoly utilities relying on coal, to a world with distributed energy generation (like rooftop solar),new technology, and disruptive market entrants. But just… Keep reading →


A more informed utility is a smarter utility. One way that utilities are getting more informed is the use of predictive analytics developed for Adaptive Planning solutions. As the concepts involved with Adaptive Planning are embraced by the industry, utilities will find a better understanding of their asset management programs and improved operational strategies. “Adaptive… Keep reading →

Debate Continues into Future of UK Energy Generation

Earlier this month marked the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) annual convention, which was held this year in New Orleans and hosted 800 utility executives from June 7-10. The 2015 convention was an unusual one. In the past, the electrical utility industry has not always been especially interested in discussing alternative forms of energy. This year’s… Keep reading →

New Climate Report Names Current Decade As Warmest On Record

The Obama administration on Friday introduced a new climate change regulation intended to reduce carbon pollution from heavy-duty trucks. “The rule, issued by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Transportation Department, is the latest in a march of pollution constraints that President Obama has put forth on different sectors of the economy as he seeks to… Keep reading →

Obama Administration And Private Partners Make A Clean Energy Push

President Obama Visits Largest Photovoltaic Plant In U.S. In Nevada

Yesterday, the White House hosted a Clean Energy Investment Summit where Vice President Biden highlighted more than $4 billion in pledges from major foundations and long-term investors to fund climate change solutions.

Statewide Drought Forces Californians To Take Drastic Measures For Water Conversation

Farmers in California are facing another water crisis with the federal government confirming it won’t send any of its reservoir water to the Central Valley. “Many farmers had been bracing for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s announcement as California’s drought enters its fourth year. Some farms are exempt from complete cuts under California’s antiquated water… Keep reading →

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