Posts Tagged ‘Mountain’

Rocky Mountain Power to spend $2 billion on wind farm turbines, upgrades

A transmission line, electrical collector system and a collector substation are proposed to be installed at the Cedar Springs Wind Project approximately 19 miles northeast of Glenrock, according to a public notice from RMP. The upgrades and additions are a part of RMP's Energy Vision 2020 Plan, a plan to add 1,100 megawatts of new […]

Rocky Mountain Power seeks OK for Idaho wind power, transmission projects

Rocky Mountain Power recently filed an application with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for an order granting certificates of public convenience and necessity to build, or approval to acquire, four new Wyoming wind resources with a total capacity of 860 MW . View full post on Wind Power News

Iron Mountain Data Centers Offer Customers 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Through a 15-year wind power purchasing agreement, Iron Mountain will utilize 25 megawatts of the wind farm's capacity, serving its data centers in three states. The shift to wind power helps reduce the company's environmental impact and operating cost, while also delivering long-term utility price stability and a carbon-neutral solution for its data center customers. […]

Iberdrola Renewables Files Potential Wind Power Agreement With Green Mountain Power

Iberdrola Renewables today announced the filing of a potential 25-year contract to supply Vermont’s largest utility, Green Mountain Power , with wind energy from the permitted Deerfield Wind Farm. GMP would purchase 30 megawatts from the wind farm, under the contract submitted today to the Vermont Public Service Board for review. View full post on […]

Full Frame: Two women, a mountain and the legacy of coal

Filmmaker Chad A. Stevens spent seven years filming in West Virginia coal mining country, before and after the 2010 Upper Big Branch mine explosion that killed 29 miners. His documentary film, “Overburden,” premiered Friday at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in the Durham Convention Center. View full post on Wind Power News

Atlantic Wind advances Fletcher Mountain wind project in Somerset County

A sister company of Central Maine Power Co. is moving ahead with a wind power project that may include as many as 50 turbines on Fletcher Mountain in Somerset County. View full post on Wind Power News

Owner of Vt. mountain vows wind plan will proceed

This Oct. 2, 2013 photo Provided by Eolian Renewable Energy shows the Seneca Mountain ridge in Ferdinand, Vt., where its property owner Daniel Ouimette, of Colebrook, N.H., is vowing to build a wind power project over the objections of property owners who rejected a proposal to build 20 industrial turbines. View full post on Wind […]

FAA determines proposed Fair Wind turbines on Backbone Mountain are no hazard

Not a hazard but the FAA says the turbines must be marked and lighted with white paint and synchronized red lights. View full post on Wind Power News

Gone with the wind: Blue Mountain Renewables looks to blow down energy costs

WITH 35 years of experience in the power business, the principal of the Blue Mountain Renewables , Bruce Levy, says his company is raring to go as it awaits a decision from the Office of Utilities Regulation to roll out US$87 million worth of investment in a wind power-generating facility in Malvern, St Elizabeth. View […]

Maine DEP rejects Bowers Mountain project

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection has rejected First Wind’s proposal for a wind farm on Bowers Mountain, citing its harmful impact on the local scenery. View full post on Wind Power News