Posts Tagged ‘electrical’

Offshore Wind Power Market (Turbine, Substructure, and Electrical…

Offshore Wind Power Market is expected to grow from an estimated USD +27.01 Billion in 2017 to USD +55.10 Billion by 2022, registering a CAGR of +15.31% from 2017 to 2022. Renewables in the power generation mix, energy efficiency mandates demanding carbon emission reduction, and government incentives supporting renewable energy deployment. View full post on […]

Dalton ponders ‘cow power’ for town electrical needs

The town is embracing wind energy, but officials plan to chew a bit more on “cow power.” The Select Board heard a pitch Monday from Hampshire Power to buy electricity produced from cow manure and compost. View full post on Wind Power News

$39M electrical project aims to meet growing demand

Southwestern Public Service continues to invest billions of dollars in its power system, activating a new $39 million addition this week in the eastern Texas Panhandle to meet growing demand and increase reliability. The project was one of several recommended in a study by the Southwest Power Pool, the grid that serves multiple states and […]

Confederation Bridge better route for electrical cables, premier agrees

The federal government is not willing to place the new electrical cables connecting P.E.I. to the mainland on the Confederation Bridge, says Premier Wade MacLauchlan. Hanging electrical cables to supply P.E.I. on the Confederation Bridge would be a better option than going underwater, but the federal government won’t agree to that option, says Premier Wade […]

Virtual Power Plants May Mean The End Of The Electrical Grid As We Know It

A recent trend has seen government efforts to switch to energy sources that are variable – wind turbines and solar parks – but those have been expensive and have not caught on because grid structures, industry and private households don’t want to deal with the fluctuations. View full post on Wind Power News

Re: Karl Peterjohn and Richard Ranzau: Proposed electrical rate increases are excessive

The following is an edited version of a letter that Sedgwick County Commissioners Karl Peterjohn and Richard Ranzau sent to the Kansas Corporation Commission: This $83.5 million proposed increase is almost five times higher than overall inflation for Kansas consumers. View full post on Wind Power News

Edmonton utility Capital Power surges on higher summer electrical rates

Edmonton-based Capital Power had a solid third quarter, thanks to higher electrical prices between July and September, when they jumped to $78 per megawatt hour. View full post on Wind Power News