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WPPI Energy to buy electricity from Illinois wind farm

Sun Prairie-based power company WPPI Energy says it will buy all the electricity generated from a proposed Illinois wind farm for the next 22 years. Chicago-based renewable energy developer Invenergy plans to build the 53-turbine Bishop Hill 3 wind farm, the Wisconsin State Journal reported. View full post on Wind Power News

Good winds blowing from Brazil: Atlantic Renewable Energies is…

CURITIBA, Brazil, Aug. 10, 2017 : With wind projects in four different Brazilian states , Atlantic Renewable Energies stands out among companies in the wind power sector as an enterprise whose foundations are inseparable from the business strategy comprising its sustainable core: environmental concern, corporate governance, health and safety. The company invests on sustainable development, […]

Floating Power Plant Market to Display a Strong CAGR of 5.65% from 2017 to 2023

Floating Power Plant Market by Power Plant Type , Platform Type – Forecast 2023 Key Players in market are Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd , WA rtsilA , KYOCERA TCL Solar , Floating Power Plant A/S , MAN Diesel & Turbo SE ” Market Research Future published a half cooked research report on Floating Power […]

August 7, 2017 – WPPI Energy enters PPA to buy power from 132-MW wind …

WPPI Energy and Invenergy on Aug. 3 unveiled an agreement that will advance plans for constructing the 132-megawatt Bishop Hill III Wind Energy Center in Henry County, Illinois. WPPI Energy, a not-for-profit, regional power company, has entered into a power purchase agreement to buy the electricity from the facility through mid-2040 in order to serve […]

Business cards are made from cotton T-shirt scraps

In the olden days, people made paper from leftover fabric, but as wood pulp became cheaper and more accessible, this traditional way of papermaking fell by the wayside. Now a printing company called MOO is hoping to bring back fabric-based paper with the launch of Cotton , a line of unusual business cards. View full […]

Two thirds of electricity in Canada now comes from renewable energy

The National Energy Board says two-thirds of Canada's electricity supply now comes from renewable sources such as hydro, wind power and solar energy. The board says renewable energy production jumped 17 per cent between 2005 and 2015 and now provides 66 per cent of the country`s electricity, compared with 60 per cent a decade earlier. […]

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 […]

California got 50 percent of its electricity from solar power one day in March

Every so often we hear of countries around the world that are hitting major renewable energy milestones. Whether it be from solar power or wind power or a combination, smaller countries around the world are reaching ambitious renewable energy goals and getting ever closer to removing their dependence on fossil fuels. View full post on […]

Renewables roadshow: how Broken Hill went from mining to drag queens and solar farms

The home of BHP and Mad Max can now take credit for kickstarting the large-scale solar industry in Australia Broken Hill is the birthplace of modern mining in Australia. It lends its initials “BH” to the mining giant BHP, and in January 2015 in an Australian first, the so-called Silver City was added to the […]

big swingsLessons learnt from tsunami

As one mildly incredulous WA Labor frontbencher remarked shortly after Nationals leader Brendon Grylls and emergency services minister Joe Francis conceded defeat in their seats, taking to seven the number of Barnett government ministers swept away by the Labor tsunami, you keep learning new lessons in politics. Labor lost 10 seats to the government at […]