Over the Weekend,
Craig Mackintosh at Celsias struck a note of cautious optimism about the outcome of the UN Climate Change Conference in Bali.
Jim Fraser at the Energy Blog transmitted the findings of a study of interconnected wind as baseload power.
The Biopact team reported on as study the potential for bio-based bulk chemicals to cut the consumption of non-renewable energy and greenhouse gas emissions.
Rachel Barron at Greentech Media splashed the news of PG&E’s agreement to purchase wave power from Finavera Renewables (Toronto: FNV, Pink Sheets: FNVRF).
Konrad Imielinski at GoG2G attributed the sharp rise in hard-hit ethanol stocks to the immanent passage of the Energy Bill.
Craig Rubens, at earth2tech, published a great FAQ about thin film solar.
Oliver Lewis, at Celsias, filled us in on what was in (and out of) the Energy bill. In: Biofuels, 35MPG CAFE standards, efficiency incentives. Out: Renewable Energy incentives, taxes on oil firms.
David Roberts, at Gristmill, dissected the EPA’s use of the above bill’s passage as a flimsy excuse to deny California’s application for a waiver from federal fuel economy standards. California will contest the ruling.
Clean Edge summarized the Energy Information Administration’s new Annual Energy Outlook. Once again, the EIA is raising projections for oil prices, but they still think prices will fall back and that the US will be able to increase our production in the short term and decrease our imports over the next decade.
Karla Harby at the New York Academy of Sciences briefed us on how flywheels can address changing power demands.
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