Posts Tagged ‘port’

Maine offshore wind project rules out Port Clyde as cable site

In this photo from 2014 is pictured the University of Maine's floating wind turbine, VolturnUS, after its first year at sea in Castine. The 1:8-scale prototype for the huge 6-megawatt turbines is the first grid-connected offshore floating wind turbine in the U.S. The proposed route for a cable that would bring electricity from an offshore […]

Port Corpus Christi emerging as wind energy hub

Port Corpus Christi is quietly emerging as a logistics hub for the growing wind energy industry. View full post on Wind Power News

Elon Musk, meet Port Augusta: four renewable energy projects ready to go

Pumped hydro, big battery, solar thermal and solar PV and storage projects are already planned for South Australia’s power network When it comes to South Australia’s radical plans for energy storage to support its power network, all roads lead to Port Augusta – or all transmission lines, that is. Proponents of projects that include energy […]

Port Augusta solar and wind energy park approved

Plans to build a major 375MW hybrid wind and solar plant near Port Augusta in South Australia have won approval from the state government. Project developer DP Energy said in a statement released on August 5 that the green light meant it could now deliver one of the “largest and most significant” hybrid renewables projects […]

Port benefits from wind energy development

Turbines at the San Roman wind farm are shown, Friday, July 29, 2016, near Bayview, Texas. Work continues to erect other turbine structures in the project area. View full post on Wind Power News

Wind gives Port of Vancouver a lift

Wind energy tends to go through cycles at the Port of Vancouver, and right now it's catching quite the gust. “We really think over the next three to four years we're going to have a successful wind business here,” port sales director Steve Mickelson said last week. View full post on Wind Power News

LM Wind Power to Build 44K-SF Warehouse at Little Rock Port

Company officials and representatives from the city of Little Rock the Little Rock Regional Chamber break ground on a 44,000-SF warehouse for LM Wind Power at Little Rock Port. View full post on Wind Power News

Our View: Port plan sets the right course

The New Bedford waterfront has been the city’s most important natural feature longer than there has been a New Bedford. It supported or continues to support whaling, textiles, manufacturing, fishing, ferries and freight, through two economic pinnacles. View full post on Wind Power News

Duluth Port Celebrates Key Role in Wind Energy Supply Chain

The Port of Duluth is playing a key role on the renewable energy supply chain as crews handle all the cargo for a new 43-turbine wind farm that Allete Clean Energy is building in North Dakota. The port and company officials celebrated their partnership for the project as the fifth wind cargo shipment came in […]

UPDATE 1-Siemens picks German port for new wind power plant

Siemens has chosen the German coastal town of Cuxhaven as the location for a new wind power components plant, creating up to 1,000 new jobs in its home country where it is axing more than a thousand elsewhere at its gas turbines unit. The German industrial group will invest 200 million euros in the factory, […]