Posts Tagged ‘Helped’

Enel’s says agreement with Anheuser-Busch helped make it a top wind producer in Oklahoma

Enel Green Power North America's Thunder Ranch wind project is located in Garfield, Kay and Noble counties. [PHOTO PROVIDED] The wind energy producer's U.S. subsidiary, Enel Green Power North America, announced this month it became the Sooner State's largest wind energy producer after activating its Thunder Ranch and Red Dirt wind farms. View full post […]

How A Bad Hair Day Helped Power Your Home & Set Records For Xcel Energy

While you were reaching for the hair spray before stepping outside, that wind was helping power the lights at your home and office. In fact, they were able to power more than half of their entire system with wind power for more than 24 hours. View full post on Wind Power News

Cpi legislator V S Sunil Kumar gave a statement to the commission that Chandy had helped an accused.

Mobile phone conversions between Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and a relative of an accused person in the solar panel scam have come out, indicating that Chandy had tried to help the accused, lodged in jail. Solar panel scam had rattled the Congress government in Kerala in 2013, in which an alleged con woman Saritha […]

Jamestown wind farm ‘productivity’ helped secure ACT energy contract

The ACT’s Environment Minister says the potential productivity of a wind farm at Jamestown, in mid-north South Australia, secured its inclusion in the Territory’s new green energy push. The Hornsdale Farm project was one of three the ACT Government has included in a 20-year supply deal, which means the project will now begin construction. View […]

A Hurricane Briefly Helped Wind Power Overtake Nuke Power in the U.K.

When the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo blew through northwestern Europe earlier this week, the storm’s strong winds helped the country to consume a full one percent more wind power than nuclear power on Tuesday. During the storm, the United Kingdom received 14.2 percent of its energy from wind power, versus 13.2 percent produced by nuclear […]