The US Department of Energy works with eight regional partner organizations to promote CHP, waste heat recovery and distributed energy technologies around the country. This article summarizes the work of the Northwest Clean Energy Application Center, based in Washington state, and draws upon three of its case study publications.
The oil and gas-rich Middle East state of Qatar occupies a small desert peninsula that juts north from the Saudi Arabian coast into the Persian Gulf. Although tiny, the country controls the third largest gas reserves in the world and has major oil reserves too. These underpin an economy which has shown strong growth during the past decade, in spite of the global recession, and which is expected to post extremely high GDP growth in 2010. This performance has resulted in Qatar having the second highest per capita income in the world.
A finales de noviembre se abrieron los sobres con las propuestas de las diferentes empresas para determinar cual de ellas se encargará de la construcción de la segunda etapa de la central hidroeléctrica Machu Picchu. Según datos de la Empresa de Generación Eléctrica Machu Picchu Sociedad Anónima (EGEMSA), hay ocho empresas interesadas.
Dino Barajas has represented renewable energy companies in Latin America for 15 years and these days finds himself increasing fielding inquiries from new players venturing for the first time into the region.