Tag Archives: Renewable

Is Renewable Power Cheaper Than Coal?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor It has for many years been accepted “knowledge” in the electric industry that renewable power simply can’t compete with coal power on price. It’s commonly believed that if we want clean renewable … Continue reading

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Enerdynamics Instructor Examines Post-Nuclear Japan in Series for Solar Today Magazine

Dan Bihn is one of Enerdynamics’ talented instructors who primarily teaches courses relating to renewable energy and the Smart Grid. Dan is currently writing a series of articles on “Post-Nuclear Japan” for Solar Today Magazine. He lived in Japan for seven … Continue reading

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Solar Installations Up 66 Percent in Q1 2011 Compared to Q1 2010

by Enerdynamics staff Based on reports of exponential growth from Q1 2010 to Q1 2011, the U.S. solar industry’s future seems as bright as the sun that fuels it. According to the U.S. Solar Market Insight™: Q1 2011 released in … Continue reading

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The Business of Wind: Top Wind Power Installations of Q1 2011

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Instructor Wind power is big business in many states and is only growing bigger as market demand for renewable power grows. According to the American Wind Energy Association: “The first quarter of 2011 saw … Continue reading

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