Posts Tagged ‘course’

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WindEurope CEO tells EU Energy Summit: wind on course to be Europe's no. 1 energy source after 2030 – but challenges remain On Thursday, 12 April, WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson spoke at the 4th edition of the EU Energy Summit about the importance of wind to the European energy mix, today and going forward. View […]

Wind farm on course for completion before end of year

Work to install the final two wind turbines at Ovenden Moor's new wind farm is on course to be completed by the end of the year, according to developers. When finalised, nine new 115m high turbines will stand tall on the site – some of the highest structures in the country. View full post on […]

Trump resumes fight against windfarm near Scottish golf course

US presidential candidate said planning conditions associated with Aberdeenshire project had not been satisfied Donald Trump has vowed to continue fighting the windfarm development off the coast from his Aberdeenshire golf course, branding the project an act of “public vandalism”. The US presidential candidate returned to the fray after Swedish energy company Vattenfall confirmed on […]

Donald Trump wants to build a wall – to save his golf course from global warming | Dana Nuccitelli

On climate change, is Trump uninformed, or playing his voters? Donald Trump has consistently expressed his conspiratorial and misinformed beliefs that global warming is a hoax. Ice storm rolls from Texas to Tennessee – I’m in Los Angeles and it’s freezing. Global warming is a total, and very expensive, hoax! The New York billionaire is […]

Our View: Port plan sets the right course

The New Bedford waterfront has been the city’s most important natural feature longer than there has been a New Bedford. It supported or continues to support whaling, textiles, manufacturing, fishing, ferries and freight, through two economic pinnacles. View full post on Wind Power News

Yukon plots course for long-term hydro power needs

The Yukon Development Corporation is trying to identify hydroelectric projects that will meet the territory’s growing demand over the next 20 to 50 years. “They found that they had almost 200 different sites and they started going through that and looking at whether or not they’re real sites or one iteration shown up several times,” […]

Letters: Changing course on nuclear power

George Monbiot (The end of nuclear power? Careful what you wish for, 5 February) slams Germany for increasing its CO2 emissions last year by 5% – but he fails to look at the bigger picture. Germany is embarking on a radical “energy turnaround”. With such a massive project, some negative outcomes are to be expected […]

This government has blown the UK’s wind potential off course | Caroline Flint

Britain risks missing a golden opportunity to reboot the economy and create a new market through renewables Wind is not something the UK is short of. In fact, we’re the windiest country in Europe. We’re the world’s eighth largest producer of wind energy; it’s our second largest source of renewable energy, with the capacity to […]