Posts Tagged ‘firms’

2 Md. firms chosen for wind energy project

US Wind, Inc., the Baltimore-based company developing the first utility-scale offshore wind energy project in the U.S., has selected Baltimore firms Strum Contracting Company and Maritime Applied Physics Corporation for a range of specialized services related to the fabrication and installation of a meteorological tower necessary for environment activity monitoring. Strum Contracting is a small […]

Hydro sector firms: Pending matters with states, absence of merchant…

On April 12, 2017, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved listing of NEEPCO by divesting 25 per cent of the central government's shares through IPO. At a time when the Centre seems far from reaching its divestment target for 2017-18, three central public sector units operating in hydro sector – THDC India Limited, North […]

Guimaras seeks P47.6-M refund from power firms

The power supplier and distributor of this island province is being asked to refund the P47.6 million in capacity fees it charged its customers. The Guimaras Provincial Board urged the supplier, Phinma Energy Corp. , and the distributor, Guimaras Electric Cooperative , to refund the fees which it said was illegally collected. View full post […]

Rope management specialist provides supporting act for renewables firms and rock stars

In this week's SME Focus we hear from an entrepreneur who is glad to be playing a part in efforts to boost high end manufacturing activity in Scotland. We design, manufacture and sell Limpet height safety and access systems. View full post on Wind Power News

Offshore wind firms agree to use New Bedford terminal

Recently in Oklahoma, an Arab man was shot to death by his neighbor, who is known to police for using ethnic and religious slurs. In New York, NEW BEDFORD, Mass. View full post on Wind Power News

Energy firms urge EU to back offshore wind

Companies say offshore wind will generate electricity as cheaply as fossil fuels within a decade if properly supported A group of offshore wind companies have pledged that the technology will generate electricity as cheaply as fossil fuels in Europe within a decade – but only if policymakers across the EU take the steps needed to […]

European firms already making Iran deals

“We plan to quickly resume our [truck] business activities in the market there,” Wolfgang Bernhard of Germany’s automaker Daimler said Monday. Europe removed many of its economic sanctions on Iran Saturday after the Atomic Energy Agency announced Iran has complied with a deal to curtail its nuclear ambitions. View full post on Wind Power News

Fossil fuel firms accused of renewable lobby takeover to push gas

Fossil fuel companies have taken up majority positions in key renewables trade groups steering them towards a pro-gas stance that influenced Europe’s 2030 clean energy targets, industry insiders claim Major fossil fuel companies and energy utilities have used their financial power to take control of key renewable energy lobby groups in Europe in an effort […]

Renewable energy firms aim to turn tide

IT WAS the world’s first offshore wave power machine to generate electricity into the grid, and was hailed as a “significant milestone in marine energy development” at its launch in 2004. But ten years later Pelamis Wave Energy has gone under. View full post on Wind Power News

Firms opt for alternate solutions to evacuate solar, wind power

As companies continue to face the brunt of state electricity boards due to evacuation- related issues of renewable power produced in southern states, they have started using alternative solutions to evacuate solar and wind power. VK Midha, global business development advisor of Astonfield Solesa Solar Solutions, said that faced with power shortage, most commercial and […]