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Portland General Electric Seeks Renewables Proposals for Approximately 100 MW

The RFP seeks approximately 100 “average megawatts” of renewable power, enough to serve more than 83,000 typical PGE residential customers. Energy sources must be at least 10 MW and can include wind, geothermal, biomass, biogas, solar, and hydroelectric power. PGE said it may acquire either a single resource or a mix of resources to achieve the total desired renewable energy target. The utility anticipates the resources acquired will be brought into the company’s portfolio in the 2013-2017 timeframe.

October 5th

Guest Post: An Insight into Geothermal Pumps

Geothermal power offers the best green deal for home heating currently. The power comes from a range of different underground sources, including shallow ground, warm underwater springs and liquefied rock in the form of magma that lies far beneath the earth’s crust.

October 2nd

Xcel Energy Seeks More Renewables in New Mexico

SPS is seeking, on an annual basis, approximately 88,705 MWh of “other” renewable energy generation as defined by the New Mexico Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), or an equivalent amount of biogas of approximately 665,300 MMBtu (one million British thermal units) to be in commercial operation no later than January 1, 2015. SPS prefers that the biomass resources be located in New Mexico.

August 1st

More Cleantech News!

Thanks to Zach Shahan at Clean Technica, get caught up on all of this cleantech news. [repostus hash=4ec94dae7da45519f83c1ef678770fe0 title=More+Cleantech+News%21 host=Clean+Technica short=1dArU snip=%C2%A0+I%E2%80%99ve+got+a+ton+more+cleantech+stories+for+you+from+around+the+cleantech+interwebs+this+week.+I%E2%80%99m+going+to+try+a+simpler+and+quicker+approach+this+time+by+just+placing+the+titles+and+links+alone+without+any+excerpt+or+summary.+Let+me+know+how+you+like+this%3F+Like+it+more+than+with+the+summaries%26hellip%3B jump=3]

June 8th

Perspectives on the Geothermal Energy Association Showcase in DC

There is a considerable amount of useful information available from this Clean Technica post on last week’s Geothermal Energy Association Washington D.C. conference. Keep this information nearby because we are certain to hear more news in the coming decade on geothermal energy. [repostus hash=b2f03257f52ade6d82ddb9b10893d141 title=Perspectives+on+the+Geothermal+Energy+Association+Showcase+in+DC host=Clean+Technica short=1cTY0 snip=The+fourth+annual+GEA+International+Geothermal+Energy+Showcase+concluded+Wednesday%2C+May+23%2C+in+Washington+DC.+The+conference+featured+countries+and+projects+in+6+different+regions+of+the+world%3A+Asia+and+the+Pacific%2C+Europe%2C+Turkey%2C+Latin+America%2C+the+Caribbean%2C+and+East+Africa.+Presentations+by+corporate%26hellip%3B jump=2]

May 29th

Clean Energy Policy News (5 Stories)

Thanks to Clean Technica for providing current news items pertaining to clean energy. [repostus hash=f1085a8c0c55ec11f5338a4d70adbad1 title=Clean+Energy+Policy+News+%285+Stories%29 host=Clean+Technica short=18LFc snip=%C2%A0+Some+recent+climate+and+clean+energy+policy+news+from+the+corners+of+the+interwebs%3A+1.+The+%E2%80%9CHubei+Province+has+started+preliminary+work+with+current+investment+of+8.5+million+Yuan+%28%241.34+million%29+to+set+up+13+research+groups+on+the+carbon+emissions+trading+study.%E2%80%9D+2.+Beijing%E2%80%99s%C2%A0electronic%26hellip%3B]

April 5th