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Three years ago, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) funded an investigative research team to conduct a national study on the feasibility for offshore wind integration into the U.S. grid. In particular, the technical and economic viability was studied as one possible input for the DOE to produce a roadmap…
  The Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development has awarded $1.9 million to four Indian tribes for hydropower projects, including the acquisition of 194-MW Kerr Dam in Montana.   The funding was awarded Oct. 2 as part of $9.4 million to 46 tribal agencies to assist in developing energy…
  SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The State Land Office is accepting bids from companies interested in developing what would be New Mexico's largest solar power plant.   Land Commissioner Ray Powell wants to lease four square miles of state trust land in southern New Mexico for the development of…
  On top of new storage-plus-solar deals for businesses, lease-to-own models, and business partnerships, SolarCity has just cooked up a new way for everyday Americans to invest in the solar power it provides.   The country’s biggest solar services firm and its leading installer of rooftop solar systems, SolarCity announced…
ETD Consulting is launching a free, online webinar on 29 October, 3pm London, UK, time and 10am New York, US, time, to discuss power plant cost and performance analysis. Cost and performance analysis services give plant owners and operators a better understanding of the impacts of plant cycling operations on…
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