Renewable Energy Databook from NREL

Better late than never, NREL put out a renewable energy databook that covers RE through the end of 2013.  It is full of charts and graphs that do a nice job of illustrating RE progress in the US and the world.

Found on http://breakingenergy.com/

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2 Responses to Renewable Energy Databook from NREL

  1. Bas Gresnigt says:

    Clayton, Interesting. So even USA makes progress.

    Agora (the German thinktank) ordered at Fraunhofer ISE a study regarding the solar price developments for the period until 2050. The very interesting report:Agora study; solar cost developments

    Fraunhofer made conservative estimations. Still they estimate 2-4cnt/KWh for PV solar in Germany!

    Kind regards,

    Bas

    Btw. TEC banned me, just as some others, because of my anti-nuclear radiation point of view. I’m now developing a plan to attack them.

    2015-02-09 14:41 GMT+01:00 The Handleman Post :

    > Enoch1680 posted: “Better late than never, NREL put out a renewable > energy databook that covers RE through the end of 2013. It is full of > charts and graphs that do a nice job of illustrating RE progress in the US > and the world.”

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    • Enoch1680 says:

      Thanks for the info on cost projections.

      I was wondering why I had not seen your posts for some time. Sorry to hear it. Bruce McFarling has been bringing some fresh perspective to the comment threads at TEC. He does a nice job of clearly articulating a sensible approach to energy reform.

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