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Could US Oil Trends Alter How Oil Prices Are Set? oil prices are set by the global market,

If you follow energy closely, you’ve likely lost count of the number of times you’ve heard an economist, executive or government official explain that oil prices are set by the global market, and not by oil companies or the US government.  Although somewhat over-simplified, this… Department of Energy (DOE), Energy and Economy, Energy Security, Finance, Geothermal Energy, Global Energy, global oil market, News, Oil, Oil prices, Politics & Legislation, US government, US oil production

Department of Energy (DOE) awards research grant to geothermal solar hybrid system

Department of Energy (DOE) approved Rappaport Energy Consulting for a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase 1 grant proposal of $149,900.
The research will study retrofitting a concentrated solar thermal array to the existinggeothermal electrical generation system currently… Department of Energy (DOE), geothermal-solar hybrid system, organic Rankine cycle (ORC), Rappaport Energy Consulting, renewable energy, Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR)

Tesla’s Early federal clean energy Loan Repayment Earns Praise From Energy Department Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Ernest Moniz

The US electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors announced this week that it has paid off its federal clean energy loan years earlier than required, and brand new Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Ernest Moniz could not resist a little celebration at the expense of the loan program’s… Cleantech, Department of Energy (DOE), Electricity, Energy and Economy, Energy Department, energy investment, Ernest Moniz, federal clean energy Loan, Finance, Green Business, News, Politics & Legislation, Repayment Earns Prais, Secretary Ernest Moniz, Subsidies, tesla, Tesla’s Early, Transportation

New DOE Secretary Moniz Stresses Energy Efficiency to Start Energy Efficiency Global Forum in Washington, Moniz

Ernest Moniz delivered his first remarks as energy secretary at the EE Global Forum Tuesday.(Photograph courtesy EE Global)

In his first official remarks as Energy Secretary Tuesday, Ernest Moniz focused on an aspect of energy policy that lends itself to consensus perhaps a bit more easily… Department of Energy (DOE), Efficiency, Energy and Economy, energy efficiency, energy efficiency and renewable energy, Environment, Ernest Moniz, Global Forum in Washington, Moniz, New DOE Secretary Moniz Stresses, News, Politics & Legislation, Renewables, Start Energy Efficiency

EDC’s Burgos Philippine Wind Energy Project secures DOE Certification for Commerciality Energy Development Corporation (EDC)

Lopez-led Energy Development Corporation (EDC) has gotten the green light from the Department of Energy (DOE) to push through with the development of its $300-million wind project in Burgos, Ilocos Norte.
The DOE granted the Certificate of Confirmation of Commerciality for the 87-MW Burgos Wind… Department of Energy (DOE), Energy Development Corporation (EDC), green light, Philippines wind energy, Wind Project

DOE Smart Grid Projects: $6.8 Billion Economic Boost, 47,000 Jobs US Department of Energy (DOE), “Economic Impact of Recovery Act Investment in the Smart Grid,”

As American government seek out the best industries to invest shrinking public funds for the biggest return on investment, one economic sector offers the most bullish outlook around – the smart grid.

An analysis from the US Department of Energy (DOE), “Economic Impact of Recovery Act… American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, ARRA, Department of Energy (DOE), Economic Impact, Energy and Economy, energy jobs, Finance, government tax revenue. DOE’s analysis, Green Jobs, News, Politics & Legislation, Recovery Act Investment, SGDP programs, SGIG, Smart Grid, Smart Grid Demonstration Program, Smart Grid Investment Grants, smart grid projects funded, US Department of Energy (DOE)

DOE Launches $100 Electric Submeter Challenge U.S. Department of Energy’s Buildings Technologies Program

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Buildings Technologies Program finalized its latest challenge on Wednesday: an initiative to develop a $100 wireless submeter.
The submeters will have to be able to track energy consumption but do not have to be revenue-grade power meters.
“It’s a bit of… Buildings Technologies Program, Department of Energy (DOE), DOE Launches, Efficiency, Electric Submeter Challenge, Electricity Grid, Energy and Economy, energy efficiency, Finance, News, smart meter, Tech, U.S. Department of Energy’s

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