Electricity

CA energy demand forecast

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http://www.energy.ca.gov/2012publications/CEC-200-2012-001/CEC-200-2012-001-SF-V1.pdf

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Unlike consumption, peak over all sectors in 2010 was very close to the CED 2009 statewide projection; although 2010 was a mild weather year overall, a heat storm event(extended heat wave) in September 2010 yielded a relatively high peak. The figure also indicates noncoincident weather‐normalized peak demand in 2011, higherthan the actualtotal since this was a relatively cool year. Growth rates in the forecast period are calculated relative to this weather‐normalized total, which is significantly lowerthan the peakpredicted in CED 2009.

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Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan to Build Joint Power Line

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Energy Minister Majid Namjou announced that Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan are due to build a joint power line after a final agreement on the project.

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Energy Storage Technologies & Their Role in Renewable Integration

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Andreas Oberhofer
Energy Storage Technologies & Their Role in Renewable Integration

What is the materials cost/benefit of solar technologies for the Desertec endeavor across North Africa?

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Aurelien PLEE and Benoit GUILLEMBET

Infographic On The Energy-Water Collision: How Hot, Dry Summers Impact Water and Power Generation

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Max Frankel
Infographic On The Energy-Water Collision: How Hot, Dry Summers Impact Water and
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Every year, the United States consumes more than 3 trillion KWh of electricity. This power is generated by coal-fired power plants, nuclear plants, solar panels, hydroelectric damns, wind turbines, geothermal wells, and other sources and it requires water to produce. ... Read more about Infographic On The Energy-Water Collision: How Hot, Dry Summers Impact Water and Power Generation

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