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Uploaded by franky8 on 12/18/2010
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Renewable Energy Finance
Renewable Energy Finance programs available for Renewable Energy Loans up to $500 Million. Financing is available for all types of renewable energy projects including: including Solar Power, Wind Energy, Nuclear Power, Hydroelectric Energy, Geothermal Power, BioFuel projects.
Uploaded by senergyfinancing on 10/26/2009
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The Benefit Of Renewable Energy
As non-renewable fuels diminish, the benefit of renewable energy is rapidly increasingly understood. The populace of the world keeps growing and knowing that growth additional pressure is positioned around the already using up energy sources generally used like non-renewable fuels.
Uploaded by sofianicolas on 12/31/2011
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ECOWAS Renewable Energy Policy (EREP)
The ECOWAS Renewable Energy Policy (EREP) is specifically expected to increase the share of renewable energy, excluding large hydro, in the region's overall electricity mix from the current rate of 0% to at least 10% by 2020 and 19% by 2030. Under it, the share of the rural population served by renewable energy-based mini-grids and stand-alone system which is under 1 per cent is expected to increase to 22% by 2020 and 25% by 2030.
Uploaded by christinadianparmionova on 03/26/2013
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Transmission Expansion for Renewable Energy Scale-Up
In their efforts to increase the share of renewable in electricity grids to reducing emissions or increasing energy diversity, developed and developing countries are finding that a considerable scale-up of investments in transmission infrastructures will be necessary to achieve their goals. Renewable energy resources such as wind, solar, and hydro power, tend to be sited far from existing electricity grids and consumption centers. Achieving desired supply levels from these sources requires that networks be expanded to reach many sites and to ensuring the different supply variation patterns of renewable are combined with existing sources in the grid to ensure the constantly varying demand for electricity is always met.
Uploaded by on 06/11/2012
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Analyzing Renewable Energy in the United States
There is no doubt that the United States is a torch bearer in the renewable energy industry. In fact, 11.14 percent of the electricity produced in the US in the first six months of 2010, came from renewable energy resources itself. The US was the largest producer of electricity from wind power, solar power and geothermal sources in 2009, coming in second to China in the overall production of renewable energy.The US has one of the largest wind power installed capacities in the world, enough to provide nearly 10 million households across the country. Following wind, solar power also has a major share to contribute to the total electricity produced from renewable energy sources in the US.President Obama has called for doubling the amount of renewable energy being used in the next three years particularly in order to meet the challenges of climate change and energy security.In this industry scenario, Aruvians Rsearch carries out an in-depth analysis of the renewable energy sector in the...
Uploaded by reportlinker on 06/23/2013
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Renewable Energy Asia 2013 - Show Update 1
Renewable Energy Asia 2013, one of the region’s leading environmental exhibitions, will display the very latest environmental energy conservation technology. The show will also feature a special conference on International Renewable Energy entitled, “New Opportunities in the ASEAN Community Focusing on Renewable Energy & Energy Sufficiency”. The presentation will be delivered at Renewable Energy Asia 2013 in Bangkok on the 5th of June 2013 and will include presentations from experts in the renewable energy field.
Uploaded by natthawat on 11/13/2012
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Renewable Energy Policy Analysis in Asia 2010
Policies play a key role in the development and utilization of renewable energy industry, especially for the developing countries. Asia’s renewable energy industry has witnessed fast-growing development in recent years, but compared to Europe, it is still in its infancy on the whole and related policy mechanisms in various countries of Asia remain to be improved. Asia’s renewable energy development is mainly distributed in the countries and areas of East Asia, South-eastern Asia and South Asia (including China, Japan, India, Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia and Thailand, etc.). As one of the main developed countries in the world, Japan has made significant achievements in renewable energy industry, especially in solar energy and renewable energy technologies.
Uploaded by ccminternational on 11/25/2010
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South American Renewable Energy Markets to 2020
Favorable Policies and Legislations Drive Renewable Energy Market in South America
Uploaded by rgunnam on 05/05/2010
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2020 Hindsight: Does the renewable energy target help the UK decarbonise?
By Simon Moore Edited by Simon Less 2020 Hindsight examines 16 different plans for achieving the UK target of an 80% cut in carbon emissions by 2050. None of the models showed that the UK’s commitment to producing 35% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2020 was needed to reach its carbon target. The renewable target is unnecessarily expensive and damages the prospects for reducing carbon emissions over the coming decades by wasting money that could be better used to fund research and demonstration of a wide range of new, low carbon technologies. If the UK is to set a leading example to other countries around the world in tackling climate change, then policies need to be both effective in cutting carbon and economically affordable.
Uploaded by policyexchange on 05/03/2011
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