Posts Tagged ‘generation’

Taiwan county signs with CIP to boost offshore wind power generation

The Chnaghua County government has disclosed it has signed an MoU with Denmark-based Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners for cooperation to boost development of offshore wind power generation in central Taiwan. Offshore areas to the west of the central county has advantages of strong wind and shallow waters, making them suitable for developing offshore wind farms, Holst […]

Electric cars are pollution shifters: we will need huge investment in generation capacity | Letters

Household vehicle charging will be the equivalent of running an electric shower for hours on end, argues Colin Read There seems to be little understanding of the simple fact that electric vehicles (EV) are, in the main, pollution shifters – from tailpipe to power generation facility (Ban from 2040 on diesel and petrol car sales, […]

New record set for Scottish wind power generation

Wind power output has helped set a new record for the first half of the year, according to an independent conservation group. Analysis by WWF Scotland of data provided by WeatherEnergy found wind turbines provided around 1,039,001MWh of electricity to the National Grid during June. View full post on Wind Power News

BPA Stops Wind Power Generation For The First Time In 4 Years

And that means the region is producing too much of a good thing: carbon-free, renewable energy in the form of both dam-generated hydropower along with electricity from spinning wind-farm turbines. That's prompted the federal government to take an action it avoided during the last four years of drought conditions: shutting down wind power. View full […]

Wind power is almost one fourth of Maine power generation

Fueled by clean power demand from Southern New England and federal tax credits, wind projects have grown to make up almost one fourth of Maine's electricity generation capacity. The monthly generation figures from the U.S. Energy Information Administration show how quickly wind power generation and capacity has grown in the state over the past decade, […]

Offshore Wind Energy Generation to Fuel Demand for T&D Equipment…

This research report titled ' T&D Equipment Market in Europe 2017-2021 ' provides an in-depth analysis of the market in terms of revenue and emerging market trends. This report also includes an up to date analysis and forecasts for various market segments and all geographical regions. View full post on Wind Power News

Research on the Utilization of Small Stand-alone Wind Power Generation in Yunnan Mountainous Areas

In Proceedings of the 2015 International conference on Applied Science and Engineering Innovation , doi:10.2991/asei-15.2015.297 In view of the problems that extending the traditional grid to supply power may be uneconomical and it is unsuitable for building large-scale wind farm because of the less wind-rich region in Yunnan mountainous areas, a green energy supply scheme […]

A 34-year simulation of wind generation potential for Ireland and the …

Aggregate wind generation model for Ireland using MERRA reanalysis wind speeds. Extensively verified using 14 years of actual wind power output. View full post on Wind Power News

RUSNANO, Fortum to cooperate in wind power generation

On November 24, JSC RUSNANO and OJSC Fortum signed a preliminary cooperation agreement assuming the establishment of a wind park with a total capacity of several hundred megawatts within the next years, according to the press service of Fortum. The document was signed at the 5th Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving International Forum. View full […]

October 28, 2016 – Wind power exceeds 10 percent of generation in 11…

Eleven states generated at least 10 percent of their total electricity from wind in 2015, up from only three in 2010, according to the Energy Information Administration, a division of the Department of Energy. Few other renewable fuels make up 10 percent or more of states' electricity generation, the EIA said. View full post on […]