Posts Tagged ‘American’

Op-ed: If elections weren’t enough, now Russia wants to interfere with American energy

Thanks to the shale revolution, movement from coal to natural gas has already reduced carbon emissions from electricity production to late 1980s levels. There is little doubt that Russia influenced and manipulated United States politics. View full post on Wind Power News

American Electric Power Aep’s Clean Energy Strategy Will Achieve…

American Electric Power released a report outlining the company's strategy for a clean energy future. The strategy includes new carbon dioxide emission reduction goals and investments in renewable resources and advanced technologies to enhance the efficiency of the power grid. View full post on Wind Power News

When It Comes to Renewable Energy, American Power and Gas is Fully Committed

American Power and Gas CEO Tom Cummins wants to make a few things abundantly clear: “There are two areas that we are interested in. One is the improvement in the production and generation of solar energy. View full post on Wind Power News

Despite Trump, American companies are still investing in renewable energy | John Abraham

Surveyed corporations stated that Trump’s election had no impact on their decision to buy renewable energy After the election of Donald Trump, many of us in the climate and energy fields were rightfully fearful. What would happen to international agreements to cut greenhouse gases? What would happen to funding for climate research? What would happen […]

American Superconductor Corporation (AMSC) Upgraded by Zacks Investment Research to “Buy”

Zacks Investment Research currently has $5.25 price target on the technology company's stock. According to Zacks, “American Superconductor Corporation is a leading energy technologies company. 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

American wind power reports strongest first quarter since 2009

New wind turbine installations in the first quarter spanned the U.S. from Rhode Island and North Carolina to Oregon and Hawaii. America's wind power workforce installed 908 utility-scale turbines in the first quarter of 2017, totaling 2,000 megawatts of capacity. View full post on Wind Power News

The American people – not Big Oil – must decide our climate future | Senator Bernie Sanders and Mark Jacobson

We must aggressively transition our energy system away from fossil fuels and toward clean, renewable energy solutions. And we need to do so now The debate facing our world today is not whether we need to address climate change. That debate is far, far behind us. The issue is how to address climate change – […]

Wind Power Blows Past American Hydro Dams And European Coal

Wind power is making a comeback. One of the earliest energy sources to be harnessed by mankind has now overtaken coal-fired generation in Europe and hydroelectric dams in the U.S. Europe's wind industry was aided by increasing investments in offshore projects, while developers added thousands of new turbines on the breezy plains of Texas, Oklahoma […]

American Electric Power: A Vertically Integrated Utility Income Company

American Electric Power dividend is 3.4% and has been increased for 9 of the last ten years with an increase of $0.04/Qtr. expected in mid October. View full post on Wind Power News