Posts Tagged ‘blow’

Offshore Wind Power May Finally Blow into U.S. Waters

More than 2,300 wind turbines operate off the coasts of 11 countries in Europe, especially in the North and Irish seas, but not a single offshore wind turbine exists in the U.S. today. Sandy beaches, water parks and T-shirt shops draw millions of tourists to Myrtle Beach, S.C., each summer, but officials there think they […]

Iowa’s new wind energy report will blow you away

The Iowa Wind Energy Association report shows Iowa produces the highest percentage of electricity by wind of any state. That’s 28.5 percent of electricity from wind energy or 5,688 megawatts by the end of 2014. View full post on Wind Power News

Which Way Does the Wind Blow the GOP on Wind?

At the conclusion of the 2012 presidential election, Barack Obama’s campaign manager, Jim Messina, said of the president’s victories in Iowa and Colorado that the “wind energy tax credit was an issue in both of those states.” With President Obama supporting the tax credit and Mitt Romney not only opposing the wind production tax credit […]

RET uncertainty threatens further blow to South Australian industry

Doubts over the future of the Renewable Energy Target spell chaos for the states renewables industry just as its economy reels from the closure of carmakers and questions are raised over the future of its defence industry The day Dick Warburton handed down his report of Australias Renewable Energy Target, uncertainty ripped through the clean […]

Students Blow through Wind Power in Free Virtual Lab

A new free virtual lab teaches students in grades 9-12 how turbines work to generate wind energy. View full post on Wind Power News

Local Congressmen Pocket Cash from Wind Power’s Foes While Jobs Blow Away In Their Backyards

Pretend you are a member of Congress. You’ve just received word that unless you take action to protect a certain policy, people in your district will lose their jobs and a growing industry in your community will be stopped in its tracks. View full post on Wind Power News

Blow for council as wind power fails to light up a 20m park

Built by Dublin City Council at a cost of a 20m, Fr Collins Park in Donaghmede, north Dublin, was described as Ireland’s first “self-sustaining city park” when it opened in 2009. View full post on Wind Power News

Gone with the wind: Blue Mountain Renewables looks to blow down energy costs

WITH 35 years of experience in the power business, the principal of the Blue Mountain Renewables , Bruce Levy, says his company is raring to go as it awaits a decision from the Office of Utilities Regulation to roll out US$87 million worth of investment in a wind power-generating facility in Malvern, St Elizabeth. View […]

Defense attorneys deal blow to prosecutor’s fraud case

Prosecutors found themselves in the hot seat Friday during the trial of former police officer Charlie Malouff Jr., who is accused of falsifying documents to secure a grant for a failed Jonestown wind energy project. View full post on Wind Power News

Let It Blow! Wind Power Swells @ US Farms

Check out the latest interactive map by which shows a total of 815 online wind power farms currently powering 150 Million homes. View full post on Wind Power News