Much of what is commonly held to be true about how to manage large engineering projects (LEPs) successfully is not supported by evidence gathered from the field, a new book states.
When city officials flip the switch before hundreds of onlookers, ten rows of high-tech microturbines will come to life with five gas flare tanks towering in the background at the Lopez Canyon Landfill in California.
While still just a fraction of total US electric output, renewable energy is gaining market share. More than 650 Mw of new competitively marketed renewable electricity capacity is planned in the US, up from just 126 Mw a year ago, the US Department of Energy reported.
Power Measurement today announced it has received Measurement Canada approval for its ION 7600™ and ION 7500™ advanced panel-mount energy and power quality meters.
Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham announced that DOE, through the BPA, intends to sign pre-development agreements for seven wind power projects totaling an extra 830 MW in the West.
The House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development approved a Department of Energy funding package which included $376.8 million in funding for renewable energy programs.
Environmental Power Corporation announced today that it had agreed to acquire an 80% or greater controlling interest in Microgy Cogeneration Systems, Inc., a renewable energy and distributed generation company.
EnergyOn.com and Sterling Planet together are offering consumers in 48 states the ability to stay with their current energy providers but help develop a sustainable energy market in the U.S.
Texas consumers are getting a flood of information about their electricity choices in order to prepare for the electricity competition pilot program that is set to begin June 1 and the full retail choice that will begin the first of January, 2002.
The Nevada legislature passed May 23 an energy package that included a renewables portfolio standard (RPS) of 15% by 2013. The bill, SB 372 won on a vote of 28 to 13, according to the American Wind Energy Association.