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2015 EIA Energy Conference
June 15-16, 2015 - Washington, D.C.
Banking Energy | The IMF Just Destroyed the Best Argument Against Clean Energy
Biodiversivist | Challenging The "Does Nuclear Really Help The Integration Of Renewables?" Strawman Argument
Choke Points | Beijing is no Boogeyman in Greenland
Econbrowser | The Effect of New Production Methods on U.S Oil Output
Editors' Corner | Wind Power Costs in U.S. Are Six Times Higher Than Claimed
Energy Outlook | Condensate Pries Open the Oil Export Lid
Fueling Innovation | BLM Should Re-Think its Failed Solar Auction to Drive Innovation
High Efficiency | Retailers Chase Energy Efficiency for a Competitive Edge
Inside Energy Investment | A Look at the Drivers of Deepwater Oil & Gas Exploration
Markets & Routes | The OPEC Oil Market Gambit
Power Policy | Christmas for Energy Industries
R-Squared Energy | The Solar Story Is Just Getting Started
There is nothing "cheap" about using biomass to create power. On a capital cost per nameplate megawatt basis, biomass ...
[...] green projects with the aim of reducing the carbon footprint. Just to mention a few, we have the Rotating ...
Photosynthesis is not dirt cheap, but free. Plants do it without humans, and would do much more of it ...
"Dirt cheap" refers to photosynthesis process as compared to PV. It wasn't a cost reference to ethanol fuel. But, ...
My main point was that it is not "dirt cheap". Land is finite, it is increasingly scarce and expensive. ...
Well, a farm subsidy would be present with or without ethanol. Do you really want to bring up subsidies? IEA ...
"Solar panel manufacturing, currently subsidized"
So is bioenergy. Very heavily. Not just its use, but also its production (farm subsidies, etc.).
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