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Table 188: Falck Renewables SpA: key financials ([euro]) 267
In May of this year, Imperium Renewables announced an historic partnership with the Port of Grays Harbor to build a 100 million gallon biodiesel production plant on land owned by the Port.
AquaEnergy is developing the Makah Bay Offshore Wave project to demonstrate the economic and environmental benefits of wave energy conversion power plants in utilizing ocean resources to generate clean, renewable energy.
Table 77: Falck Renewables SpA: key financials ([euro]) 114
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Renewable Chemicals in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Renewable Alcohols, Renewable Polymers, and Others.
By signing an agreement to purchase - at a very attractive price - energy generated by a private renewable energy plant to be built in Los Angeles, the city made an investment in its future.
But with the federal government so close to Big Oil, renewables ate not expected to account for more than their current two percent of the American energy mix any time soon.
If the McGuinty government is going to make good on its commitment to shut down coal-fired plants by 2007 and deliver more renewable energy to consumers, they need to come out with a policy this winter to encourage green energy developers and the investment community to get on board, says a Northern Ontario wind park developer.
California leads in renewables, although many states offer similar programs.
Now the rest of the country is watching to see how wind farms and other pollution-free, or renewable, energy producers fare in a competitive marketplace.
com/research/603e78/analyzing_the_rene) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing the Renewable Energy Industry in Australia" report to their offering.