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Hydroelectric system allowed BC Hydro to meet record electricity demand
Extreme cold across British Columbia, Canada, drove peak hourly electricity demand to a record high the night of Jan. 12, reaching 11,300 MW.
Statkraft announces plan to invest in Norwegian hydro and wind power
Statkraft is planning to invest up to €6 billion (US$6.6 billion) in upgrades to its Norwegian hydro and wind facilities and construction of onshore wind.
Iberdrola Spain obtains environmental permit for first hybrid hydroelectric and solar installation
Iberdrola Spain has obtained environmental approval for the first hybrid plant in the country that combines a photovoltaic and hydroelectric installation.
How NREL researchers are using gray boxes and jellyfish to advance wave energy
Researchers at NREL in the U.S. are employing a unique testing platform that can merge virtual and physical worlds to advance wave energy.
Pilot project aims to power small Canadian town entirely with geothermal energy
This process aims to allow for large-scale geothermal development by upgrading the temperature of saline aquifers to be commercially viable where conventional exploitation methods do not work.
Cornell engineers refine model for pumped storage, seawater desalination
Engineers with Cornell University have refined a model that includes green energy production and desalination of ocean water for coastal populations.
‘Solar bros,’ lithium jackpot, and a geothermal breakthrough — This Week in Cleantech
The new “This Week in Cleantech” podcast breaks down the biggest stories in cleantech and climate in 15 minutes or less.
“The answer is below our feet”: Speakers tout geothermal in closing Enlit Europe session
Conference panelists touted technologies that are drilling “cheaper, deeper and hotter.”…
Leaked document says US is willing to build energy projects in case Snake River dams are breached
Congress would have to agree before any of the Lower Snake River dams in Washington state are removed, and that’s unlikely to happen in the near future….
New Google geothermal electricity project could be a milestone for clean energy
The International Energy Agency has long projected geothermal could be a serious solution to climate change. It said in a 2011 roadmap document that geotherma…
Nuclear setback, U.S.-China climate talks, EV dealer hesitations — This Week in Cleantech
The new “This Week in Cleantech” podcast breaks down the biggest stories in cleantech and climate in 15 minutes or less….
DOE announces first round prize winners for novel wave energy technologies
The U.S. DOE’s Water Power Technologies Office announced Phase I winners of the Innovating Distributed Embedded Energy Prize for wave energy….
Meet our new content director: Paul Gerke
An introduction to Paul Gerke, the new Content Director for GridTECH Forum and Renewable Energy World. …
NY to invest in 3 offshore wind farms, 22 land-based renewable projects
Once in service, the awarded offshore wind and land-based renewable energy projects will produce approximately 19 million MW-hours of energy per year….
BC Supreme Court awards Greengen Holdings damages for thwarted hydroelectric project
Greengen Holdings Ltd. wins C$10.125 million (US$7.4 million) in damages from Supreme Court of British Columbia after hydroelectric project denied….
Hydro-Québec officially completes 1.55 GW Romaine hydroelectric complex
Hydro-Québec has officially inaugurated the 1.55 GW Romaine hydroelectric complex in Quebec, Canada, with all four generating stations commissioned….