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US Solar PV Demand To Grow 20% In 2013 To 4.3 GW forecast growing US demand for solar photovoltaic (PV) panels

The latest NPD Solarbuzz North America PV Markets Quarterly has forecast growing US demand for solar photovoltaic (PV) panels throughout the rest of 2013 towards another record high of 4.3 GW, a near-20% increase over 2012 levels.
Such demand has brought US contribution to the global market to… Arizona, California, hawaii, Massachusetts, n Arizona, Nevada, New Jersey, new mexico, New York, North America PV Markets, North America PV Markets Quarterly, North Carolina, NPD Solarbuzz, Ohio, solar photovoltaic (PV) panel, Texas

Spanish Concentrated Solar Power plants : Investment funds gearing up to sue Spanish government

International investment funds with shares in Spanish Concentrated Solar Power plants are gearing up to take Spain to international courts.
Major foreign investment funds with solar thermal interests in Spain are mobilizing to launch the relevant procedures to bring the Kingdom of Spain to… concentrated solar energy, Concentrating Solar Power, CSP, Hong Kong, Investment funds gearing up, Japanese companies, Luis Crespo, New York, Paris, Protermosolar, solar energy, Solar Power, Spain, Spanish Concentrated Solar Power plants, Spanish government, Sydney

10 Reasons Canada Needs to Rethink the Tar Sands Canada’s right-wing Prime Minister is in New York trying to convince lawmakers

Canada’s right-wing Prime Minister is in New York trying to convince lawmakers that the tar sands are okay, and that the Keystone XL pipeline should go ahead.
At the same time, Canada’s environment minister is in London trying to convince politicians there that tar sands crude is the same as… British Petroluem, Canada Needs, Carbon and De-carbonization, convince lawmakers, Energy and Economy, Environment, Environmental Policy, ExxonMobil, Keystone XL, New York, Oil, Politics & Legislation, Prime Minister, Risk Management, Sands Canada, stephen colbert, tar sands

Gasoline Futures Slip on Speculation Supplies Are Adequate U.S. inventories

Gasoline declined for the first time in three days on speculation U.S. inventories are adequate to meet peak summer demand.
Futures slipped 0.3 percent after gaining 3.9 percent during the final two days of last week. East Coast stockpiles are the highest in more than a year, according to Energy… Energy Industry, Futures Slip, Gasoline, Gasoline declined, Mercantile Exchange, New York, o Energy Information Administration data, Speculation Supplies, U.S. inventories

Rooftop Solar Seen Protecting U.S. Power Grid From Attack Bloomberg New Energy Finance summit in New York.

NEW YORK CITY – The U.S. power grid is vulnerable to terrorist attacks, and the growing use of rooftop solar panels will provide protection against lengthy blackouts, the chairman of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said.

“It wouldn’t take that much to take the bulk of… Bloomberg New Energy Finance, New York, power system down, rooftop solar, U.S. Power Grid From Attack

Plan approved to import hydroelectric power from Quebec to New York City

The New York State Public Service Commission approved a plan on April 18 that will bring 1,000 MW of hydroelectric power from the Canadian province of Quebec to New York City.
The $2 billion project — owned by Champlain Hudson Power Express Inc. and CHPA Properties Inc. — involves… Canadian province Quebec, cheap hydropower, Hydroelectric power, hydropowe Canada, New York, New York City, State Public Service Commission

US natural gas futures end up, front hits 20-month high by bullish weekly storage data and stronger price expectations

US natural gas futures ended up sharply on Friday, with the front-month contract driven to a 20-month high by bullish weekly storage data and stronger price expectations this year after a chilly winter helped whittle down record high inventories. Traders agreed Thursday’s 94 billion cubic…

Opec chief says oil price is ‘comfortable’ for both producers and consumers

Opec is not seeking to raise oil prices, with the cartel’s chief estimating Thursday that the current level is “comfortable” for both producers and consumers. “We are not advocating a higher price, we are advocating a reasonable price where we can invest (…) and…

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