Posts Tagged ‘wind energy’

Renewables and the Cost of Electricity in the EU

Posted in Power on Friday, July 25th, 2014. One comment so far
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Author: Douglas Morris Germany has established itself as a leader in developing renewable power and has accelerated its efforts since the Fukushima nuclear accident in 2011. To date, the share of renewable generation in Germany exceeds 25 percent. To spur development, the country has in place a tariff system that provides incentive to build solar […]

The US Power Grid-A Challenge for Wind

Posted in Energy, Power on Friday, July 19th, 2013. No comments yet
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As the outlook for U.S. energy sources continues to change, Emerson’s Alan Novak, Director of the Mining and Power industries, looks at the outlook for wind energy. As highlighted in a recent New York Times article, Ideas to Bolster Power Grid Run Up Against the System’s Many Owners, the US power grid is a complicated, […]

Alternative Energy is Feeling the Heat

Posted in Energy on Friday, August 24th, 2012. No comments yet
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The growth of alternative energy sources have been fueled through subsidies by countries across the globe. Emerson’s Douglas Morris, a member of the alternative energy industry team, shares the latest developments in wind energy sources, here in the United States. There are certainly no shortage of articles and opinions about alternative energy’s difficulties. This week, […]