Posts Tagged ‘begin’

Nanotech ‘superbatteries’ that can last longer than current tech begin mass production

A Czech company opened on Monday a production line for batteries based on nanotechnology, which uses tiny parts invisible to human eyes. Then, Prague-based company HE3DA said Monday it is ready to launch other lines in a new plant built in eastern Czech Republic, and at a factory in Slovakia. View full post on Wind […]

Wind power developer: Construction on wind project to begin

Developers say construction on a wind turbine project in the Green Mountain National Forest will begin within the next few months after state regulators approved an agreement that aims to protect nearby bear habitat. Vermont Public Radio reports Iberdrola will contribute $1 million toward ongoing bear studies under an agreement between the company and the […]

Consultation to begin on proposed Nocton Fen wind farm

Wind farm plans: An energy company is to start a consultation with residents for a proposed wind farm at Nocton Fen. A Swedish energy company will start a six-week public consultation with residents after publishing an artist’s impression of a proposed wind farm at Nocton Fen in Lincolnshire. View full post on Wind Power News

Work to begin next year on first windfarm off England’s south coast

The 400-megawatt Rampion windfarm eight miles from Sussex coast could power up to 300,000 homes at a cost of £1.3bn Construction of the first windfarm off the south coast of England will begin early next year, it has been announced. The 400-megawatt Rampion windfarm, situated eight miles from the Sussex coast, could power up to […]

$90M Kauai energy plant to begin selling power to utility in May

A $90 million, 7.5-megawatt Kauai biomass-to-energy power plant will begin selling electricity to Kauai Island Utility Cooperative in May, the developer said Monday. Green Energy Team, a Hawaii-based firm that is using a biomass energy generation technology created by Standardkessel Baumgarte, a German company that is one of the world leaders in energy technology, said […]

Partners begin work on Energiepark Mainz; hydrogen from renewable sources; power-to-gas

Germany’s Minister of Economics and Technology, Sigmar Gabriel, together with representatives of power utility Stadtwerke Mainz AG, Siemens AG, The Linde Group and RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, inaugurated the construction of the Energiepark Mainz . View full post on Wind Power News

Work on UK’s biggest onshore windfarm to begin next year

Vattenfall’s Pen y Cymoedd in Wales will have a 25-year life span and is expected to contribute £45m to the economy Construction of one of Britain’s biggest windfarms will begin next year, energy bosses have confirmed. Swedish firm Vattenfall says its Pen y Cymoedd windfarm in south Wales will have a 25-year life span and […]

Work on Africa’s biggest wind farm in Kenya to begin

The construction of what is to become Africa’s biggest wind farm will start by June in an arid region of northern Kenya, the project’s officials said on Saturday. View full post on Wind Power News