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Texas is the American Leader in Energy – So How Can Its Electricity Markets be Such a Mess?
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Texas both produces and consumes more energy than any state in the U.S. It controls one-quarter of U.S. proven oil reserves. Energy companies looking to grow or to establish a U.S. presence set up operations in Texas. The primary electricity transmission system in Texas is independent of the rest of the country (a long-time source […]

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Climate Change, Asia and Renewable Energy Infrastructure Investment
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns the world must triple its use of renewable energy AND develop nuclear power to avoid the worst ravages of climate change. OK. But what’s the optimal percentage of each to develop?

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Geothermal Visual: Estimated Supply Curve for Conventional US Geothermal Resources
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NREL’s graph shows USGS estimates of the supply of electricity generation potential from geothermal resources for the U.S. as a whole.  GEA’s recent “Report on the State of Geothermal Energy in California” states, “As the technology and techniques to tap hidden or undiscovered geothermal systems improves, the risk of developing these hydrothermal s

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Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2014: May Update
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April showers fell on both the broad market and clean energy stocks last month, but my picks weathered the storm relatively well. My clean energy benchmark (PBW) was down 5.9 percent since the last update, and my broad market benchmark (IWM) fell 1.7 percent.

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Pension Funds Hold a Key to Renewable Energy Finance
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One of the more prominent asset classes that U.S. pension funds invest in is electric utility stocks and bonds. This is because utilities are historically stable businesses, and as a result are suitable for retirement funds precisely because they are generally subject to virtually no market risks from competition. Thus their profits, while not literally […]

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Distributed Generation Shines in Thailand
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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 […]

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CEO of German Utility RWE Says It Should Have Invested in Renewable Energy Sooner
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What’s a beleaguered utility to do when forced by the government to close its profitable nuclear power plants?

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