Archive for July, 2011

UK's Clean Energy Future Generating Jobs Now

UK's Clean Energy Future Generating Jobs Now

Yesterday’s agreement announced between AREVA and EDF Energy shows the impact of clean energy in not only creating a low carbon power future, but also… Read More

"Germany's Grand Energy Experiment"

Author, professor and blogger Barry Brook runs the numbers on “Germany’s Grand Energy Experiment” on his blog today. After a detailed look at the math,… Read More

FIELD REPORT from AREVA: Offshore Wind

July 27, 2011 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, News, Renewables, Wind

Today, offshore wind farm operators require strong partners offering large turbines with enhanced reliability, proven track record, high-performance and cost-effective design for higher water depths… Read More

Spotlight: The Eponymous Blog – A Look at Solar

July 27, 2011 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, News, Renewables, Solar

By Katherine Berezowskyj Now that last week’s scorching summer heat has subsided, Americans might be little less “hot headed” about a discussion on the benefits… Read More

Focus on Fresno Clean Energy Park, Part 2

In the second part of this focus on the proposed Fresno Clean Energy Park, writer Barbara Lydick examines in more detail “a project that would… Read More

Fox News Op-ed: ‘Nuclear Power Is Extremely Safe’

In a compelling opinion piece on Fox News.com, writer Alex Epstein argues why Fukushima has demonstrated that nuclear power is in fact “extremely safe.” He… Read More

AREVA is Big in Charlotte

July 22, 2011 0 comments
Posted in Workforce Development

Charlotte Business Journal ranked AREVA as the largest engineering firm in the area , topping ‘the list with 327 local engineers.’ This week’s publication ranked… Read More

Spotlight: Germany’s nuclear exit will mean burning more fossil fuels

July 22, 2011 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, Nuclear, Renewables, Wind

by Jarrett Adams As Germany begins its trek toward shutting down its nuclear plants by 2022, it has to answer several questions about what effect… Read More

France Continues Path Forward on New Nuclear Generation

July 20, 2011 3 comments
Posted in Innovation, News, Nuclear, Reactors

While many countries are still developing strategies for increasing their low-carbon electricity generation, France is moving forward with a significant new nuclear project that will… Read More

Creating Clean Water with Clean Energy in California

Creating Clean Water with Clean Energy in California

In an excellent article, Barbara Lydick examines California’s challenges of water scarcity, purity and recovery with insightful commentary and vision.