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Support renewable energy policy through data collection, literature reviews, writing analysis.  Perform cost of energy pro forma analysis on renewable energy technologies.  Project to include renewable energy market studies o solar, wind, biomass and financing of renewable energy, issues with solar projects including residential, commercial, utility and public throughout the U.S.

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Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy, hydraulic power or water power is power that is derived from the force or energy of moving water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes.

Prior to the widespread availability of commercial electric power, Renewable Energy was used for irrigation, and operation of various machines, such as watermills, textile machines, sawmills, dock cranes, and domestic lifts.

Another method used a trompe, which produces compressed air from falling water, which could then be used to power other machinery at a distance from the water.

Resources in the United States

There is a common misconception that economically developed nations have harnessed all of their available Renewable Energy resources. In the United States, according to the US Department of Energy, "previous assessments have focused on potential projects having a capacity of 1 MW and above". This may partly explain the discrepancy. More recently, in 2004, an extensive survey was conducted by the US-DOE which counted sources under 1 MW (mean annual average), and found that only 40% of the total Renewable Energy potential had been developed. A total of 170 GW (mean annual average) remains available for development. Of this, 34% is within the operating envelope of conventional turbines, 50% is within the operating envelope of microhydro technologies (defined as less than 100 kW), and 16% is within the operating envelope of unconventional systems. [2] In 2005, the US generated 1012 kilowatt hours of electricity. The total undeveloped Renewable Energy resource is equivalent to about one-third of total US electricity generation in 2005. Developed Renewable Energy accounted for 6.4% of total US electricity generated in 2005. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


 


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