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An on-line archive of articles and commentary on wind and solar energy, community power, renewable energy policy, electric vehicles, and Advanced Renewable Tariffs by Paul Gipe

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  • October 1, 2015,   by Paul Gipe

    According to a recent presentation by Danish Small Wind Association there are 1,000 wind turbines less than 25 kW in capacity installed in Denmark, representing a total of 8.6 MW. Small wind turbines...[more]

    August 6, 2015,   by Paul Gipe

    Visiting Indiana in the summer of 2015, I drove up to Fort Wayne to see my friends John & Cindy Ewing and suggested we check out the museum. The museum has greatly expanded their collections since...

    July 29, 2015,   by Priyanka Shrestha

    More than 3,000 people have signed a petition calling on the government to support small and medium-sized wind projects in the UK.

  • November 16, 2015,   by Craig Morris

    If you want to stay hooked up to the grid, the utility controls your battery storage, and you get a feed-in tariff (currently around 10 cents) with a target six-percent return, which is fairer than...

    July 29, 2015,   by Peter Bennett

    Despite the UK government making moves to scale back the level of support given to solar technology, Scotland remains committed to boosting the technology’s deployment according to its Energy...

    May 11, 2015,   by Craig Morris

    Here, we see that the price of a completely installed solar array has been and continues to be considerably cheaper in Germany than in the US. The gap seems to have been around two dollars all along....

  • September 14, 2015,   by Taufeeq Dhansay

    But to really accelerate geothermal, government would need to come up with better incentives for research and development. This may include offering a renewable energy feed in tariff for geothermal.

    August 15, 2015,  

    As a first step, group subsidiary SB Energy has begun a field study to build a small 300kW binary-cycle geothermal power plant in the city of Itoigawa in southern Niigata Prefecture. The company...

    August 11, 2015,  

    The Ministry of the Environment will introduce a system to promote geothermal power generation by involving local municipalities from the initial stages of plant construction, according to informed...

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