Saturday, February 07, 2009

Renewable Sector in the US to Grow Post Presidential Elections

Research and Markets: Renewable Sector in the US to Grow Post Presidential Elections as Energy Security and Environmental Problems Have Become a Major Cause of Concern for the US Economy

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of GlobalData's new report "Renewable Sector in the US Destined to Grow Post Presidential Elections" to their offering.
Energy security and environmental problems have become a major cause of concern for the US economy. This is principally because the US economy is combating two major challenges: dependence on foreign oil and global climate change. In this backdrop, encouragement for renewables has become mandatory in the national interest.
Viewpoints cover the latest events or important trends in the alternative energy industry and provide our in-depth analysis of issues and challenges. Viewpoints offer expert opinions and Our views of various developments that have been taking place in the alternative energy industry across the world.
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Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights from GlobalData on the key events happening in the alternative energy industry. Gain a strong understanding of the energy market and analyze the major trends in the global alternative energy industry today Identify opportunities and challenges with the help of our analysis of the latest news and deals in the alternative energy industry Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of information on latest operational, financial, and regulatory events Key Topics Covered: 1 Table of Contents 2 Viewpoint 3 Renewable Sector in the US Destined to Grow Post Presidential Elections 4 Recent Developments 4.1 Sep 04, 2008: USDA Awards $100,000 Grant To Study Geothermal Resources 4.2 Sep 03, 2008: GPEC Unveils Greening Greater Phoenix Initiative To Promote Region As Solar And Sustainability Leader 4.3 Sep 03, 2008: US Wind Power Doubles To More Than 20,000 MW in Two Years, Says AWEA 4.4 Aug 27, 2008: USDA Awards $35 Million For Renewable Energy And Energy Efficiency Projects 4.5 Aug 25, 2008: CCEF Announces Joining Of Avon, Connecticut In CCECP 4.6 Aug 21, 2008: USDA And China Sign Biofuels Research Agreement 4.7 Aug 19, 2008: New York Mayor Announces New York Citys Steps Toward Developing Off-Shore Windfarms And Other Sources Of Renewable Energy 4.8 Aug 18, 2008: US Leads World In Wind Power Production 4.9 Aug 18, 2008: Connecticut Announces Connecticut Solar Lease Program 4.10 Aug 14, 2008: DOE Announces Up To $15.3 Million For Hydrogen Storage Research And Development Projects 4.11 Aug 12, 2008: DOE To Invest Up To $24 Million For Breakthrough Solar Energy Products 4.12 Aug 11, 2008: DEP Approves Plan To Convert Conestoga Landfill Gas To Energy 4.13 Aug 07, 2008: US Accounts For 30% Of Total Geothermal Energy, GEA Reports 4.14 Aug 07, 2008: Oregon Governor Unveils First Solar Demonstration Project 4.15 Aug 05, 2008: BLM Geothermal Sale Brings In $28 Million 4.16 Aug 05, 2008: BLM Offers Lands For Geothermal Leasing 4.17 Aug 05, 2008: Expiration Of Federal Incentive Threatens Wind Power’s New-Found Growth 4.18 Aug 05, 2008: DOE To Pursue Zero-Net Energy Commercial Buildings 4.19 Aug 04, 2008: MIT And Caltech Scientists Wins $20 Million Grant To Research On Solar-Fuel Power Plants 4.20 Aug 04, 2008: DOE Announces Contracts To Achieve $140 Million In Energy Efficiency Improvements To DOE Facilities 4.21 Jul 31, 2008: DOE To Provide $36 Million To Advance CO2 Capture 5 Appendix
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