Wind Anemometers 2017 Global Market Expected to Grow at CAGR 5.57% and Forecast to 2021

The analysts forecast the global wind anemometers market to grow at a CAGR of 5.57% during the period 2017-2021. The main purpose of a wind anemometer is to measure the average, minimum, and maximum wind speeds in terms of wind turbulence at a particular site. View full post on Wind Power News

Residents ask about potential effects and benefits of Mad River Wind Farm at open house

Residents of Jefferson and Oswego counties Wednesday showed up to an open house about Mad River Wind Farm to learn how it would affect, and possibly benefit, their communities. Anthony M. and Jennifer M. Tubolino said they were curious about potential job opportunities developer Avangrid Renewables could create with its proposed wind farm in the […]

Wind power agreement awarded

MOVE: Ararat Wind Farm, which has signed a Renewable Corporate Power Purchase Agreement with Hawthorn East-based company Flow Power. Picture: PETER PICKERING ARARAT Wind Farm has signed what was claimed to be Australia's first large-scale Renewable Corporate Power Purchase Agreement. View full post on Wind Power News

Liberty House looks to shore up power supply for Australian steel works

The family behind Liberty House has agreed to tie-up with an Australian renewable energy firm, looking to beef up electricity supply for the Arrium steel business that the British company recently took over in power-strained South Australia. British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta's GFG Alliance agreed to buy a 50.1 percent stake in Zen Energy, which up […]

Korea to build control tower to manage renewable energy

South Korea will establish a centralized “control tower” to manage its renewable energy policies and prepare backup facilities for solar and wind power plants for stable power supply, a government panel said Tuesday. The government plans to increase the ratio of renewable energy from the current 1.9 percent to 20 percent by 2030, with details […]

Wind Power Coating Market Revenue, Opportunity, Segment and Key Trends 2017-2025

Corrosion and erosion of wind blades and towers in harsh environmental conditions encountered on land and at sea affects the wind power efficiency. Corrosion and erosion can adversely affect the reliability, strength, lifespan, and economic value of a structure. View full post on Wind Power News

Kimberly-Clark to Power North American Mills with Renewable Wind Energy

DALLAS, Sept. 18, 2017 : Kimberly-Clark Corporation today announced its first major commitment to renewable energy with agreements to annually purchase approximately 1,000,000 megawatt hours of electricity from two new wind power projects in Texas and Oklahoma. View full post on Wind Power News

Nuclear must be part of the low-carbon mix | Letters

Agneta Rising of the World Nuclear Association and Dr Alexander Bannara reply to criticisms of the industry Re David Lowry’s criticisms of nuclear energy (Letters, 17 September), it is true that nuclear plants stop generating temporarily for maintenance and repair, but the same is true for most other forms of electricity generation. However, on average […]

Cement plant in Cebu one of big-ticket items

THE P12.5-billion cement production of South Western Cement Corp. in Cebu is one of the five biggest projects approved by the Board of Investments in August. SWCC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of listed-firm Eagle Cement Corp. It is organized primarily for the manufacture and sale of cement and its by-products and owns mineral rights in […]

Economics says time to shut down some coal plants

From Think Progress : Sadly the graph isn't global, it's for the 15 US states with the best wind resources. But for those states it's saying that the cost of just operating and fueling coal plants exceeds the cost for wind power of constructing, operating, and fueling. View full post on Wind Power News