Niigata Prefecture, Tohoku Electric Team on Introduction of Renewable Energy

Utilities in many states have undercut competition by playing “hide the peanut.” Instead of sharing their avoided cost publicly, as required by Congress and state laws, utilities have hidden them behind a “trade secret” designation. This illegal shield––if left in place by state and federal regulators––requires prospective clean energy developers to lawyer up in order to extract a fair priced contract from the utility company.

Niigata Prefecture, Tohoku Electric Team on Introduction of Renewable Energy

Niigata Prefecture and Tohoku Electric Power Co Inc concluded a comprehensive cooperation agreement in six fields including energy Feb 6, 2019.

Sun 10 Feb 19 from Tech-On

Local Gov't Starts Operating 30MW Solar Plant to Achieve '50% Renewable Energy'

On January 24, 2019, the completion ceremony of the "Minamisoma Haramachi Higashi Solar Power Plant," a mega- (large-scale) solar power plant with solar panel and grid capacities of 32.3MW and ...

Sat 9 Feb 19 from Tech-On

Australia streaks ahead to be renewables world champion

Research from the Australian National University (ANU) has found that Australia is installing renewable power per person each year faster than any other country, helping it to meet its entire ...

Fri 8 Feb 19 from

Shell backs Alphabet's power-generating kites in latest renewable bet

Alphabet is turning yet another one of its X projects into a business, but this time it's enlisting the help of an unusual ally. Makani Power, a venture making electricity-generating ...

Tue 12 Feb 19 from Engadget

Google parent Alphabet spins out kite energy company Makani

Tue 12 Feb 19 from Tech

If Renewable Energy Is So Cheap, Why Are Utility Rates Going Up?

If renewable energy is so cheap, why our electricity bills so high? Here is a partial answer.

Tue 12 Feb 19 from CleanTechnica

Grid-Scale Solar Power Tripled In Australia In 2018 As Renewables Met 20% Of Energy Output

The latest report on renewables in Australia shows the installation of grid-scale solar tripled in 2018 while the amount of renewable energy available rose to just over 23%.

Fri 8 Feb 19 from CleanTechnica

2018 Wind Power: “Dropping the fossil fuels of yesteryear”… Only in Unicorn fantasy-land.

Guest slam dunk by David Middleton Wind Power Stats Reveal 2018 Was a Huge Year, and There’s More to Come It’s off to a flying start. By Mike Brown on February 5, 2019 Filed Under ...

Thu 7 Feb 19 from Watts Up With That?

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