SNL Energy The U.S. has 349,858 MW of new capacity in various development phases. The strong push from renewable portfolio standards and federal incentives supports the rise of renewables. As a consequence, the project pipeline is highly skewed toward renewables, which make up 56.58% of the new generation capacity under development. The bulk of new […]

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Clean Energy for Resilient Communities has released a new report on expanding solar generation in Baltimore, Maryland. Produced by the Clean Energy Group, it makes recommendations for a more-sustainable energy economy in the Baltimore area. Clean Energy for Resilient Communities: Expanding Solar Generation in Baltimore’s Low‐Income Neighborhoods This report, prepared for The Abell Foundation, makes recommendations […]

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New Hampshire, USA – It’s a utility-scale concentrating solar (CSP) two-fer this week: Crescent Dunes kicks off its commissioning process, while Ivanpah’s official dedication follows a month of on-again/off-again ramping. (James Montgomery, Associate Editor, RenewableEnergyWorld.com 
February 12, 2014 ). Today SolarReserve’s 110-MW capacity Crescent Dunes project in Nevada, which combines power towers with molten salt storage, just announced that it […]

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Geothermal developer Cyrq Energy has brought the first commercial geothermal power in New Mexico on line through its 4-MW Lightning Dock binary power plant. Production began on December 24 and is slated for Public Service Company of New Mexico. With an investment cost of $43 million, the facility pumps 300-degree hot water from 1,200 feet to 3,000 […]

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