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Solar Thermal Takes Step Back in Spain

I don’t track every political decision around the world with respect to renewables, but here’s an event that I guess I should have seen coming: the reduction in beneficial feed-in tariffs for concentrated solar power (CSP, aka solar thermal) coming

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Book Launch: "Is Renewable Really Doable?"

It’s time to launch my second book, Is Renewable Really Doable? on The big day: March 15, 2012. I hope you will mark your calendar, and buy the book on that date. To help generate interest in the subject,

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Posted in Renewables - Business

The Vector: Gates Feeds-in on Tariffs

Bill Gates gave the concept of Feed-in tariffs a bit of a battering during his recent publicity drive to promote energy R&D funding. Feed-in tariffs have given renewable energy companies a major boost in countries such as Germany and Spain.

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