Publications - Markets
With over 40 slides of graphics and information, the slide deck examines the technologies, markets and industry trends for each renewable technology sector, including solar, wind, biomass power, biofuels, geothermal, hydropower, and marine energy.
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In this article for Infrastructure Solutions Magazine, former ACORE President Michael Eckhart outlines the market and policy trends experienced by the renewable energy industry in 2010 and the developments of major projects. The article also features some of the most innovative projects that were under development in 2010, by a group of the best companies in the field.
This paper focuses on the pending challenges to the ethanol industry and adds five additional chapters to the biofuels/ethanol story.
ACORE 20 GW Plan for Kansas
This special report presents the results of ACORE's renewable energy plan for Kansas, concluding that there is potential for a 20 GW program in a state that has 10 GW of peak load. Kansas could become the breakaway state that develops renewable energy for regional power needs, capturing economic benefits and jobs. The report is a result of a year of working closely with decision-makers and stakeholders in Kansas to assess in-state renewable energy development.
An Overview of the U.S. Renewable Energy Field - 2009
An Overview of the U.S. Renewable Energy Field outlines existing renewable energy market and policy developments coming into the year 2009, and the outlook for renewable energy with a new President, Congress and Legislation affecting the marketplace. The report focuses on the wind, solar, biopower, biofuels, hydropower and geothermal sectors specifically.
Joint Outlook on Renewable Energy in America Volume II: Joint Summary Report
This document, a Joint Outlook on Renewable Energy in America, presents a shared statement by the renewable energy community. According to experts, renewable energy could provide up to 635 gigawatts (GW) of new electricity generating capacity by 2025 - a substantial contribution and potentially more than the nation's need for new capacity, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
The Outlook on Renewable Energy in America
This report presents a series of outlooks on the future of renewable energy in America, by a range of organizations that gave presentations to the Phase II policy conference on November 30, 2006 in Washington, DC. The papers are presented in three sections, corresponding to the sessions in the conference: (1) Government and Institutional Outlook, (2) Industry Outlook, (3) Upside Potential. >Read More