Posts Tagged ‘dead’

Trump’s Coal Bailout Is Dead

One of the Trump administration's most ambitious plans to buoy the struggling coal and nuclear power industries has been shot down. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission unanimously rejected a proposal to subsidize coal-burning and nuclear power plants on Monday. View full post on Wind Power News

Adobe Flash Will Be Dead in 3 Years, and It’s About Time

The Adobe logo is displayed on the side of the Adobe Systems headquarters January 15, 2010 in San Jose, California. Adobe Systems has added 20 new wind turbines to their rooftops in an attempt to harness wind energy to help power their offices. View full post on Wind Power News

Wind and Solar Energy Are Dead Ends

Renewable energy is the way of the future, we are told. It is inevitable. Some renewable energy advocates boldly claim that the world could be powered by renewable energy as early as 2030 with enough government subsidies, that is. View full post on Wind Power News

More windfarms in Texas means more dead birds, experts say

Texas is the largest producer of wind energy in the country. On Oct. 10, The Monitor published an article explaining why this might mean more dead birds. View full post on Wind Power News

Offshore wind power ‘pretty much dead’

A former energy minister has claimed that “offshore wind in Scotland is pretty much dead” after consent for four major east coast projects was overturned in a judicial review. Brian Wilson, a former Labour MP who was an energy minister in Tony Blair's government, made the comment after RSPB Scotland won a legal challenge against […]

Grain Belt Express hits dead end with Missouri Public Service Commission

In a 3-1 vote, the Missouri Public Service Commission denied a rehearing to reexamine if the multi-state wind-power project should be granted a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity . View full post on Wind Power News

Wind energy proposal at Port of Paulsboro ‘Not dead, but on life support,’ Burzichelli says

An artistic rendering of a wind energy converter. A new feasibility study says the Paulsboro Port will be a viable place to construct these converters to be shippped to the Atlantic Ocean for a wind energy project. View full post on Wind Power News

Massachusetts wind farm may be dead in the water

Forests of towering wind turbines filling the horizon off the shores of Massachusetts? Perhaps not. The Cape Wind Project was billed as America’s first offshore wind farm well over a decade ago, and it’s been the recipient of vast amounts of taxpayer subsidized cash to get the development effort off the ground. View full post […]

Wind Power Tax Credit Dead in Congress This Year, Boustany Says

A federal tax credit that benefits wind power projects is dead in Congress this year as Republicans seek a broader tax overhaul, Representative Charles Boustany said. View full post on Wind Power News

Exec predicts dead calm for U.S. wind energy generation

The fate of the production tax credit, which applies to wind-generated power, is caught up in now-habitual Washington deadlock. View full post on Wind Power News