Australian Renewable Energy Agency to lose most of its funding

The federal government plans to strip the Australian Renewable Energy Agency of most of its funding, as well as its ability to give grants now that Parliament resumes. Remarkably, the ALP, which established ARENA when in government, may allow this to happen. View full post on Wind Power News

Wind Power Development in China: An Assessment of Provincial Policies

To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Wind energy has become a fast growing industry in China in the last decade. View full post on Wind Power News

Hope remains to fill 7-year Iowa industrial park vacancy

City officials and a local Realtor still hope to fill a city-owned, 173-acre industrial park that has been vacant for the last seven years. The 420th Street Industrial Park was certified as “shovel ready” in 2012. View full post on Wind Power News

Five things you should know about Jim Judge

For the first time in more than two decades, the chief executive's office at Eversource Energy in the Prudential Tower has a new occupant. But he is a familiar face to longtime employees. View full post on Wind Power News

Potential impacts of climate change on European wind energy resource…

To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Climate change impacts on Europe wind energy resource were analysed using CMIP5 data. View full post on Wind Power News

BOEM advances California offshore wind leasing

U.S. ocean energy managers are moving closer to leasing sites in federal waters offshore California for wind energy development. Acting in response to a lease area requested by Trident Winds, LLC, this month the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management issued a Request for Interest in that area to evaluate whether any other developer is interested […]

Mud Tracks for 100-Foot Blades a Nightmare for India Wind Energy

India's patchy and incomplete road network is proving a challenge for the nation's developers of wind farms, threatening Prime Minister Narendra Modi's targets for green energy. Even under the best conditions, moving the enormous towers and blades found in wind farms requires intricate planning and expense. View full post on Wind Power News

EDITORIAL: Sandy Creek power-plant case raises topic ripe for state legislative scrutiny

Last week's decision by a McLennan County jury slashing the tax appraisal of the Sandy Creek coal-fired power plant by more than half, likely crimping governmental entities such as Riesel Independent School District and McLennan Community College, wasn't all that surprising, given that many such cases play out in court these days in David-vs.-Goliath fashion. […]

Gov’t officials attend opening of wind power investment expo

President Tsai Ing-wen's administration outlined the nation's bid to speed up implementation of renewable energy operations at the 2016 Taiwan Wind Power Investment International Conference and Exhibition Thursday. Vice President Chen Chien-jen, a speakers at the opening ceremony for the event's four-day expo, stressed that the importance of energy security is on par with that […]

Origin, AGL to win from high energy prices, says Moody’s

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