Posts Tagged ‘most’

The Canberra Coal Club ignores what most people know: the future will be clean and smart | Peter Lewis

The dirty and dumb antics and the anti-renewables rhetoric being amped up by our politicians is out of step with majority thinking on energy When Treasurer Scott Morrison clomped into parliament with his pet piece of coal after South Australia’s electricity network collapsed in the face of extreme weather he was indulging in more than […]

10 Most Socially Responsible Companies in The US

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Wind turbines ‘could supply most of UK’s electricity’

Dong Energy chief executive hails ‘inflection point’ as he confirms plan to sell company’s oil and gas division Wind turbines could soon supply most of the UK’s electricity, the boss of the country’s largest wind farm operator has said, as he confirmed plans to sell its oil and gas division. Dong Energy said the sale […]

Most Australians believe climate change is occurring, survey finds

A survey of more than 2,000 Australians by the Climate Institute has found 77 per cent believe climate change is occurring and 90 per cent believe the Federal Government has a responsibility to drive action on it. The research showed most Australians trust the scientific evidence of climate change and believe there are job and […]

Australian Renewable Energy Agency to lose most of its funding

The federal government plans to strip the Australian Renewable Energy Agency of most of its funding, as well as its ability to give grants now that Parliament resumes. Remarkably, the ALP, which established ARENA when in government, may allow this to happen. View full post on Wind Power News

China Stops Building Wind Turbines Because Most Of The Energy Is Wasted

Wind turbines used to generate electricity are seen at a wind farm in Guazhou, 950km northwest of Lanzhou, Gansu Province September 15, 2013. China is pumping investment into wind power, which is more cost-competitive than solar energy and partly able to compete with coal and gas. View full post on Wind Power News

Most of Nunavut’s power plants need replacing, says Qulliq Energy Corporation

The Qulliq Energy Corporation says Pangnirtung’s power plant that was destroyed by fire last year is at the top of its replacement list along with the aging plants in Cape Dorset , Grise Fiord and Cambridge Bay. “Replacement for those ones would have to go through our board because it is ultimately the ratepayer who […]

Group: NJ has most offshore wind energy potential in region

An environmental group that strongly supports a proposed windmill farm off Atlantic City says New Jersey has the highest potential to develop offshore wind energy of any mid-Atlantic or New England state. In a report released Monday, the Environment New Jersey Research and Policy Center says carbon pollution equal to 1.1 million cars could be […]

Most Oklahoma wind turbines are already outside of new siting limits, study finds

All but two turbines from Oklahoma’s 2,000 utility-scale wind turbines are located outside of new siting limits signed into law earlier this year, according to a new study by Oklahoma State University researchers. Shannon Ferrell and Joshua Conaway with OSU’s Department of Agricultural Economics performed a geographical analysis to see if turbines from 30 existing […]

From huge wind farms to tidal lagoons, 8 of the biggest and most impressive energy projects in Wales

One of the world’s largest wind farms and a house that generates more energy than it consumes are among the incredible energy projects constructed in Wales Wales can boast some of the biggest and most innovative energy projects around at the moment. This is despite the fact that energy developers, particularly those in the renewables […]