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Clean Energy Technology and the Pace of Change: How Much and How Fast?

Clean Energy Technology and the Pace of Change: How Much and How Fast?

Report from the field: DNV GL at EPRI's Electrification Symposium, SECC's Member Meeting, the Indiana Energy Conference, and APPA's Customer Connections Conference The Big Picture on Clean Energy Several organizations carry out research-intensive p ...

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Wind technology: Our saviour in the fight against carbon emissions?

Wind technology: Our saviour in the fight against carbon emissions?

Global Wind Day is a worldwide event which occurs annually on June 15th. Organised by WindEurope and GWEC (Global Wind Energy Council), it's an opportunity for the industry to celebrate wind technology, facilitate information sharing and promote ...

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Klimaatverandering, een broodje-aapverhaal?

Klimaatverandering, een broodje-aapverhaal?

Als we niets doen dreigt mijn favoriete vakantie-eiland Ameland te verdwijnen. Dit voorjaar werden miljoenen kuub zand uit de Noordzee verplaatst om de noordkust van Ameland aan te vullen. Dit gebeurt al sinds 1990 omdat de Nederlandse kustlijn l ...

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Climate change, hoax or imminent catastrophe?

Climate change, hoax or imminent catastrophe?

The coastline of the Netherlands is slowly being washed away because of the wind, sea currents and rising sea-levels due to global warming. Since 1990, tons of sand have been transferred from the North Sea to mitigate this erosion, but despite th ...

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Solar boom for MENA region

DNV GL recently attended the World Future Energy Summit and actively participated in a number of areas. Specifically, DNV GL contributed to the emerging solar industry which is in the early stages of a boom throughout the MENA region. The UAE is look ...

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REV’ing private market engagement in New York State: creating a non-incentive model for commercial HVAC

The energy industry in New York State is currently undergoing a significant policy change, called "Reforming the Energy Vision" (REV) strategy. The changed policy is intended to spur clean energy innovation, bring new investments into the state, and ...

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Climate Bonds – Are they a means to build Smart Green Cities?

Climate Bonds – Are they a means to build Smart Green Cities?

Funding projects using climate bonds or "green bonds" is gaining attention in the US and could play a supporting role in emerging Smart Green Cities. Already used in Europe and other parts of the globe, climate bonds offer a way to invest in socially ...

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Clean energy takes stage in China as national interests evolve

Energy policy in China has reached a turning point. Clean energy, recent comments and actions suggest, is moving centre stage in response to shifting national interests and global responsibilities. Last month, President Xi Jinping placed energy ef ...

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GUEST BLOG: Path-breaking agreement to get more clean energy into our electric system

GUEST BLOG: Path-breaking agreement to get more clean energy into our electric system

This post originally appeared on NRDC's Switchboard, NRDC and the Edison Electric Institute, the association that represents all of the nation's investor-owned electric utilities, have released a joint statement that recommends significant cha ...

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"Stacking" the energy storage value proposition: Bundling energy storage grid applications

"Stacking" the energy storage value proposition: Bundling energy storage grid applications

The Obama Administration has outlined ambitious plans to diversify the nation's energy supply--particularly, through promoting the rapid development of both centralized and distributed renewable generation. The "Blueprint for a Secure Energy Future" ...

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