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The great fuel switch

Japan's energy policymakers have begun dramatically to revise their thinking on the country's optimum power sector fuel mix. Effective immediately, nuclear is being strongly downgraded as the sector's main primary energy source.


The uncertainty surrounding potential limits on carbon dioxide emissions has caused “paralysis and indecision” in the US power industry and has severely hampered efforts to build new coal fired power stations, according to NRG Energy president and CEO David Crane.

Costs drive Downsizing

Since nuclear power became established in the 1950s, the size of reactors has grown from 60 MWe to over 1300 MWe, with corresponding economies of scale in operation.

Microturbines take on the market

The global market for microturbines in combined heat and power applications is predicted to top 4 GW by 2024, but this growth will not necessarily be a smooth ride. Tildy Bayar spoke with two firms at opposite ends of the commercial spectrum to find out how each strategises their market approach.

A happy ending for US offshore wind power?

A decade of delay occasioned by hostile landowners and legal hurdles could now be nearing its end as the US’s first pioneering wind projects close in on approval for installation, writes Elisa Wood.

Renewable Energy Roundtable

Five industry leaders discuss policy, projects and the state of renewable energy.

Equipmment Roundup

LeT Systems’ eRespond Outage Management software suite has been included in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant market snapshot of Outage Management Systems [1H07 (1)], the company has announced.