Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Renewable Energy News, April 6, 2010

Report: Cost of electricity could go down in 10 years | Brattleboro Reformer
If the state of Vermont were to pursue an aggressive policy to put in place regulations that would encourage the expansion of renewable energy sources in less than 10 years, state ratepayers might actually pay less for electricity than they do now.
Maine putting its energy behind efficiency project | The Portland Press Herald
Maine is preparing to spend $180 million over the next three years on a far-reaching plan to help residents and businesses use less energy.
Smart Grid, Renewables Award Winners
The editors of POWERGRID International magazine have announced four winners for the magazine's annual Projects of the Year Awards in four specific categories: Best Energy Efficiency/Demand Response Project, Best Grid Integration of Renewables Project, Best Smart Grid Project and Best Smart Metering Project.
Renewable energy standard goals met in Texas
The state of Texas has met its renewable portfolio standard 15 years ahead of schedule, according to data released by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).


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