Posts Tagged ‘Netherlands’

Netherlands to Build 1st Wholly unsubsidized Offshore Wind Farms

The Dutch government has begun to follow through on its renewable energy pledges by awarding Swedish firm Vattenfall two contracts for what will be the world's first wind farms to be built entirely without public money. The Dutch government has announced that its call for tender for zero-subsidy offshore wind bids had paid off and […]

Biopower in Netherlands Industry 2017 Production, Segmentation, Consumption and Forecast to 2022

Summary ” Biopower in Netherlands , Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2017 – Capacity, Generation, Levelized Cost of Energy , Investment Trends, Regulations and Company Profiles” is the latest report from the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the Biopower market in Netherlands. The report provides an in-depth analysis on global […]

The Netherlands opens massive offshore wind farm

In recent years it has seemed like European countries are just constantly outdoing each other when it comes to wind power generation. The latest to steal the spotlight is The Netherlands, which has just opened a massive offshore wind farm that just falls short of being the world's largest. View full post on Wind Power […]

All electric trains in the Netherlands are entirely wind-powered

All electric trains in the Netherlands are now powered entirely by wind energy. It's the first railway network in the world to rely completely on renewable energy, providing carbon-free travel to over 600,000 daily passengers. View full post on Wind Power News

All electric trains in the Netherlands now run on wind energy

The Netherlands has been harnessing the power of the wind to drain bodies of water, saw timber and to produce oil for centuries. Now, the country is also using it to run all its electric trains. View full post on Wind Power News

Kite power prototype takes off in the Netherlands – video

A prototype ‘kite sail’ developed at Delft University measures only 25 square metres but can generate a steady 20 kilowatts of power View full post on Environment: Wind power | guardian.co.uk