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November EEnergy Informer

Posted in EEnergy Informer by Cheryl Morgan on the November 6th, 2008

The November issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list:

  • Gore vs. Coal
  • Australia Approaches Climate Change With Apprehension
  • OFGEM: No Cartel In British Market
  • RGGI Goes Live
  • Is ERCOT Market Performing Well?
  • California Tops ACEEE Rankings On Energy Efficiency
  • CCS Technology Viable
  • What Is Google Doing In Energy Space?
  • Acceptable Nuclear?
  • US Nuclear Agreement Opens Doors To India
  • Market Woes May Be A Blessing In Disguise
  • Germany Moving Towards A National Grid
  • Financial Turmoil Affects Dynamics of Power Markets

And it appears that due to rush projects elsewhere I completely forgot to bring you the contents list for the October issue, so here it is:

  • CA Regulators Adopt 33% RPS Despite Rising Costs
  • Turmoil In Financial Markets Overspills To Energy
  • Who Delivers Better Results? Markets Or Central Planners?
  • GE And Google To Promote Smart Grid
  • Data Centers Belatedly Go Green
  • US Wind $60 Billion Business By 2013
  • Xcel Finds No Reprieve For Coal
  • Germany To Reconsider Nuclear Phase-out
  • Give Us Our Daily Juice
  • Marketing Green Electricity: How Much Is too Much?
  • Megawatts vs. Negawatts: How So Little Can Do So Much
  • Book review: Hot, Flat & Crowded

The articles on Australia and data centers are available for free. All other articles currently require a subscription to the paper edition of the magazine. To subscribe to EEnergy Informer click here.

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