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e-Showcase: Huawei Smart PV Plant Solutions

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e-Showcase: Huawei Smart PV Plant Solutions

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The death of ‘Invest and Forget’ – a brave new world for European renewables investors

By WoR Network Editor 20 April 2015. The days of “invest and forget” are over ...

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Global Biomass Market Forecast 2014-2023

By WoR Network Editor LONDON, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the years to come, ...

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California Turning to Solar Amid Decade-Low Hydropower

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20 April 2015. The days of “invest and forget” are over for investors in renewable energy. Pöyry Management Consulting forecasts greater risk to renewable revenues as existing government supports are wound down or replaced and advises investors to gain a deeper understanding of the value proposition they are putting their money behind. A new report from Pöyry finds that European renewables investors must significantly change their risk assessments as traditional support schemes evolve. European renewable energy markets have historically been a low risk investment proposition. Feed-in Tariff (FiT) support schemes in continental Europe have protected renewable generators from wholesale electricity price Read More >>
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LONDON, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the years to come, biomass will grow within the biopower, biofuels, and bioproduct sectors. About 70% of all biomass in the world is used in the residential sector, while 14% is used in industry and 11% is transformed into electricity, heat, or another energy carrier such as liquid fuel or biogas. Under the present market conditions, the majority of available renewable power resources including biomass power are yet to become cost competitive compared to non-renewable resources including coal and natural gas. Going forward, benefits from national level programs, energy efficiency incentives, and financial incentives Read More >>
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California, expecting the lowest hydroelectric generation in a decade, will lean on solar and natural gas-fired power to get through spring and summer months when demand typically peaks. Hydropower capacity will probably drop to the “extreme” low of 4,628 megawatts during this summer's peak season, down 40 percent from 2014 levels, the state grid manager California Independent System Operator Inc. said on Tuesday. The ISO is scheduled to release its final summer forecasts within the next couple of weeks. The 10-year average for hydro supply is 8,180 megawatts. California is entering its fourth year of an unprecedented drought that has dried up Read More >>
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