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Local Address:  Minnesota , United States
Interactive Gaming Council
175 2906 West Broadway
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  • degrees , physics and mechanical engineering
    University of Colorado
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AP Wire | 05/28/2006 | Tilting at turbines: Talk swirls of Great Lakes windmills, 28 May 2006 [cached]
Several European nations, including Denmark and Great Britain, have developed wind farms in the North and Baltic seas, said John Dunlop, senior outreach representative with the American Wind Energy Association.
Conference, Membership and Business Development, 20 Sept 2012 [cached]
John R. Dunlop
Senior Technical Outreach Engineer Phone: (612) 377-3270
John provides wind energy technical, educational and policy support to technical audiences out of his office in Minneapolis. He also manages AWEA's wind energy standards program. John has been with AWEA since 1993, and collaborated with AWEA while serving as a renewable energy program manager for the Minnesota state energy office for fifteen years. He has degrees in physics and mechanical engineering, and is a licensed professional engineer.
Piles à combustible Canada - Nouvelles - RECOnews, 14 July 2003 [cached]
RECO chief financial officer John Dunlop agrees.Fuel cell cars are ostensibly emission-free, but figure in the reformation of natural gas, "and a fuel cell car generates more carbon dioxide than an internal combustion engine," he says.
Dunlop says he has a few potential customers, including one in Hawaii who is interested in building a 1 megawatt independent power facility.Such a facility, which would comprise about 40 RECO solar concentrators, would cost about $5 million and would power roughly 300 homes or a large factory day and night.At that volume, electricity produced by such a system would cost about one third that of a similar photovoltaic system, which uses solar panels to create electricity, Dunlop says.And compared to a similar-sized power plant using fossil fuels, a 1 megawatt RECO plant would prevent about 100,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions over its lifetime, Dunlop says.
Independent power generation, rather than selling hydrogen for fuel cells, will likely be RECO's first market, Dunlop says.As renewable energy requirements in western states and in Europe become more stringent, he envisions RECO systems serving large power companies as well.
Project Finance Magazine, 1 Mar 2010 [cached]
John Dunlop, head of the London Energy Team at HSH Nordbank, explains the evolving bank and sponsor priorities in new solar project financials.
NWCC - Business Meeting #23 - Meeting Summary - September 21, 2000, 21 Sept 2000 [cached]
John Dunlop, American Wind Energy Association
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