Small Hydro Emerging as Viable Sector for Renewable Energy Development

On April 12, 2011, in Blog, by David Niebauer

by David Niebauer With many states adopting renewables portfolio standards (RPS) and the prospect of a federal RPS somewhere on the horizon, more attention is being given to hydroelectric power generation.  Renewable resources such as sun, wind and water, are those that can be harvested in a sustainable manner to provide the electric power that […]

Edison International Says Solar is the Great Untapped Resource

On March 13, 2008, in Blog, by Neal Dikeman

Cleantech Blog had a conversation last year with Stuart Hemphill, now the newly appointed Vice President for Renewables and Alternative Energy at Southern California Edison, a subsidiary of Edison International (NYSE:EIX), one of the largest purchasers of renewable power in the US. We caught up with him again today in a lively discussion around his […]

Blogroll Review: Dam, Leadership, and Lime

On December 10, 2007, in Blog, by Frank Ling

by Frank Ling Red Sea Power A recent study shows that damming the Red Sea could provide 50 GW of emissions free hydroelectric power. This would be the largest power plant in the world. However, tens of thousands of people would have to be displaced, not to mention untold ecological damage. Hank Green at EcoGeek […]

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