Posts Tagged ‘Eyes’

UPDATE 2-Offshore wind firm DONG Energy beats forecasts, eyes greater shareholder returns

Denmark's DONG Energy beat second-quarter profit forecasts on Thursday and said the start-up of more projects and a fall in construction costs would generate more cash, possibly making way for higher shareholder returns in coming years. DONG, the world's largest owner of offshore wind power, has a strategy of farming down, or selling off, large […]

IEA chief Fatih Birol eyes Donald Trump risk, says renewables critical in climate fight

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#5 – Symposium Eyes State’s Potential For Wind Energy

It's safe to say Harrisonburg and Rockingham County won't be landing a commercial-scale wind farm any time soon, according to officials from the Virginia Center for Wind Energy. View full post on Wind Power News

Washington and environs could make Joe Hockey’s eyes bleed: all that wind power

Poor Joe Hockey. He’ll need to wear a blindfold if he’s not to be affronted in the next episode of his career. View full post on Wind Power News

Wind-energy company eyes waters off Morro Bay for floating turbines

In a generation or two, offshore wind farms could be as common along the California coast as offshore oil rigs are today. And Morro Bay could be the community where the offshore wind industry gets its start in the Golden State. View full post on Wind Power News

Emera eyes share of green power contracts in New England

Chris Huskilson, President and CEO of Emera Inc., speaks at a press conference in this 2014 file photo. Emera Inc. could be involved in more than one bid to supply renewable energy to southern New England, CEO Chris Huskilson said Tuesday. View full post on Wind Power News

Kenya’s Lake Turkana Wind Power eyes Sept 2016 for first output

Kenya’s Lake Turkana Wind Power project aims to start supplying some electricity as early as September 2016, once a transmission line is built linking the remote northern region to the national grid, a director of the project said on Wednesday. The 310 megawatt project, originally aimed for start-up in 2011, has been delayed in part […]

As Japan eyes nuclear restarts, renewables get shut out of grid

Japan’s biggest utilities are blocking most new solar and other renewable energy from transmission grids, stirring concern among green power advocates that Japan favours restarting idled nuclear plants at the expense of other fossil-free supply. Seven out of Japan’s 10 regional power monopolies have blocked further grid access for renewables, saying new supplies would strain […]

Philippines Press -Metro Pacific eyes wind energy investment – Star

Business tycoon Manuel Pangilinan said Metro Pacific Investments Corp. is looking at wind power projects and a children’s medical centre, while announcing the company’s aversion to the casino business, the Philippine Star newspaper reported. View full post on Wind Power News

Wind energy proponent eyes Gunns pulp mill site

Wind farm proponent, Tamar Valley Renewables Pty Ltd is seeking to put in a bid with KordaMentha for the Longreach pulp mill site. View full post on Wind Power News