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Politicians should get out of the energy business, says wind expert

Industrial wind turbine developments are devaluing properties, pitting neighbour against neighbour and are simply unreliable as a source of energy. These were the messages from experts from a variety of sectors impacted by wind energy, who spoke at a town hall meeting at the Davidson Centre last Tuesday to a crowd of about 200. View […]

Sri Lanka on path to 100% renewable energy – report

Aug 20, Colombo: Sri Lanka can meet its current and future electricity demand by judicial use of renewable energy by 2050, according to a joint study by the UN Development Programme and the Asian Development Bank . According to the report, by 2050, the country's installed electricity generation capacity needs will increase from the current […]

Why I’m Finally Buying Copper Stocks

Huge winners and huge losers will be created. It's going to be one of strongest financial tailwinds we'll see in our lifetime. View full post on Wind Power News

stored energy Northern Power

Stored energy: Northern Power Systems Corp., a provider of distributed energy power systems, now offers a full suite of megawatt-scale energy storage solutions that incorporate various battery types and capabilities, depending on the application and end-user need. In addition to providing multiple battery options, Northern Power, backed by decades of turnkey systems experience, can integrate […]

Australia’s biggest wind farm to be built near Bunya Mountains

Australia's largest wind farm will be built to the north of the Bunya Mountains, about 250 kilometres north-west of Brisbane, after final details were confirmed last week. The Queensland Government approved the project in March 2017, but it has been enlarged to boost the number of turbines from 115 to 123 huge turbines. View full […]

Wigton Windfarm releases book on wind energy

Wigton Windfarm Limited yesterday launched its first endorsed book, 'Understanding Wind Energy: Youth Repowering the Future', at a function held at the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica, Trafalgar Road, in Kingston. The book, written by one its employees, senior engineer, Oswald O King, provides a summary of the fundamentals of wind energy and how this renewable […]

Enel signs tax equity agreement for Oklahoma wind power project

Enel Green Power North America, the Enel Group's US renewable energy company, acting through its unit Red Dirt Wind Holdings, has signed a tax equity agreement worth about $340 million with MUFG and Allianz Renewable Energy Partners of America for the Red Dirt wind project located in Oklahoma, which has a total installed capacity of […]

Hydro-Qu bec Hydro-Qu bec offers large-scale energy options to Massachusetts

To meet Massachusetts' energy needs, Hydro-Quebec is proposing six options either 100% hydropower or a hydro-wind supply blend offered over one of three proposed new transmission lines. Through innovative partnerships with proven leaders in New England's energy sector and experienced Quebec wind power producers, this new supply of clean energy would be provided to Massachusetts […]

Black Hawk County supervisors have rejected calls for a temporary ban on wind farms

The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports that none of the supervisors at Tuesday's meeting made a motion to approve the proposed 90-day moratorium. The group Cedar Valley Citizens for Responsible Wind Energy had sought the moratorium so county officials could get more public input on potential changes to the 2011 ordinance governing wind towers. View full […]

Wind Power Coating: Advent for Smart Coating Systems for Offshore Wind Farms to Bolster Demand

The Wind Power Coating Market is dominated by Asia Pacific owing to government initiatives to minimize greenhouse gas emission in the region. The aim to lower operating costs of independent power producers and utilities is driving the global Wind Power Coating Market. View full post on Wind Power News