Chasing after windmills and photovoltaics could well be the stuff of fiction.
Wind and solar cells (photovoltaics or PVs) are two renewable energy technologies that many hope will eventually provide the United States with massive amounts of clean, sustainable electric power for the indefinite future. Indeed, it is often suggested or implied that the United States can look to a future where most, if not all electric power can be provided by wind and photovoltaics [1, 2].
Coal gasification as a transition plan to build lead time to develop sustainable, climate-friendly energy technologies.
Editor's Note Several of the sources for this article and accompanying sidebars are referenced numerous times.
A review of endless impossibilities.
There will be ample U.S. natural gas supplies to support a 30 Tcf market by 2010.
Overcoming many obstacles, energy technology continues to have potential.
Enron's fall finds FERC toying with cost-based rates. But let's temper the nostalgia.
November 15, 2001
Markets Behaving Badly
To understand 'gaming,' be a gamer.
FERC Staff Member: What sort of behavior is wrong?
Regulators will have to decide who pays to upgrade the transmission system.