H. Why CHP is the Competitive Solution for the U.S. H.1 Overview H.2 Economic Benefits for the U.S. H.3 Dealing with Local Energy Issues with CHP H.3.1 Overview H.3.2 Potential CHP Capacity H.3.3 Increasing Role of CHP in Generation H.4 Transition to Modernized Infrastructure H.4.1 Overview H.4.2 Location of Energy Resources near Demand H.4.3 Utilities and Grid Benefits H.4.4 Efficiency of the Power Grid H.5 Challenges Facing the Industry H.5.1 Regulating Fees and Tariffs H.5.2 Problems with Grid Integration H.5.3 Environmental Regulations H.5.4 Taxation Issues H.5.5 Technical Challenges H.6 Addressing the Need for Further R&D
E. Major Players in the US Geothermal Industry E.1 Calpine Corporation E.2 Caithness Energy Development E.3 Enel Green Power E.4 Nevada Geothermal Power, Inc E.5 Northern California Power Agency E.6 Ormat International, Inc. E.7 U.S. Geothermal Inc. Section 8: Hydropower Industry in the US A. Hydroelectricity Market in the US A.1 Introduction A.2 Hydroelectric Power Plants in the U.S. A.3 Pumped Storage Systems A.4 US Hydropower Production A.5 Baseload Power from Hydropower in the U.S.
C. Introduction to the US Renewable Energy Industry C.1 Industry Overview C.2 Why the US Needs Renewables C.3 Trends in the Market C.3.1 Falling Prices of Oil and Gas C.3.2 Modernization of the US Electrical Grid Modernization C.3.3 2008 Financial Crisis and the Renewables Sector C.3.4 Regulatory Support C.3.5 Low Cost for Carbon Emissions Trading C.3.6 Regulatory Support from President Obama C.3.7 Role of China C.3.8 High Cost of Renewable Energy Alternatives C.3.9 Issue of Greenhouse Gas Emissions C.4 Integration of Renewable Energy
In conclusion, Aruvians Rsearch’s report on the Renewable Energy Industry in the United States is the most comprehensive resource available on this market that undertakes a strategic and analytical view of the US renewable energy industry.
Aruvians research report analyzes the following renewable energy segments in the US – wind power, solar power, biomass power, biofuels, fuel cells, geothermal power, hydropower, distributed generation technologies, microgrids, combined heat and power/cogeneration, waste-to-energy, waste management, and the smart grid.
Section 12 deals with a similar segment as we briefly analyze the waste management sector in the US. The US waste management sector is analyzed through a market profile, concepts of waste management in use in the US, solid waste management techniques in the US, etc. Section 13 of the report looks at the integration of renewable electricity on to the US Smart Grid. The section covers renewable electricity integration on the US smart grid, energy storage at the grid level in the US, transmission of renewable energy over long distances in the US, issues facing the industry and the major players in the US smart grid industry.