Posts Tagged ‘renewable’

Intermittent approach to renewable energy | Letters

We need an energy storage infrastructure, says Jim Waterton, the Swansea lagoon decision should be reviewed, argues Robert Hinton, while Dr Tim Lunel wants solar subsidies restored Intermittency – in one word, the main problem facing many (not all) forms of renewable energy; in the UK, principally wind and solar, and now tidal (Hinkley Point […]

If renewable energy can power entire countries, why isn’t everyone doing it? – CNET

This is part one of “Fight The Power”, a series about the people, organisations and countries transforming the way we think about energy for the better. Iceland isn't blessed with much wind or sunlight. View full post on Wind Power News

SaskPower not expected to reach 50 per cent renewable generation by 2030

The Saskatchewan government has put SaskPower's plan to reduce emissions by 40 per cent of 2005 levels and a power generation capacity of up to 50 per cent at the centre of their climate change strategy. Currently, just under 25 per cent of the provinces 4,491 megawatts comes from renewables. View full post on Wind […]

Siemens Gamesa Renewable ENERGYSiemens Gamesa completes commissioning …

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has completed the production, delivery and commissioning of 34 SWT-3.2-113 wind turbines at the North Kent Wind project located in the municipality of Chatham-Kent, in Southwestern Ontario. The project will generate clean power for approximately 35,000 Canadian homes. View full post on Wind Power News

Mainstreaming renewable energy

To meet rising energy demand and need, that are safer, secure, sustainable and affordable, Pakistan desperately needs to shift from conventional energy system to integrated and intelligent renewable energy system. Pakistan is already lagging behind in the race, it is never too late. View full post on Wind Power News

DTE plan calls for doubling renewable power by 2022

The state's largest utility submitted its latest plans to comply with Michigan's renewable energy portfolio standards to the Michigan Public Service Commission Friday. Those standards require utilities to get 15% of their energy from renewable sources by 2021. View full post on Wind Power News

Govt releases plan to make New England the ‘renewable capital of NSW’

NEW England has been identified as a renewable energy hot spot in the state government's plan to transition in to a modern energy system. The proposal would see the region take the lead in future renewable energy development , in the NSW government's vision to concentrate solar and wind farms, along with hydro projects in […]

Subsidy-free renewable energy projects set to soar in UK, analysts say

Falling cost of wind and solar will unlock £20bn of investment, Aurora Energy Research says The UK is well on the way to a new era of subsidy-free renewable energy projects that will largely kill off prospects for new gas power stations, according to industry analysts. The falling cost of wind and solar projects combined […]

Rochester aims for 100% renewable energy

Globally renowned as a terminus of health, Rochester's focus on medical wellness clashes with its consumption of fossil fuels for energy, which pollutes the environment and endangers public health. Luckily, Rochester took a leap toward the growing renewable energy trend that values our health and environment. View full post on Wind Power News

More than 100 cities now mostly powered by renewable energy, data shows

The number of cities getting at least 70% of their total electricity supply from renewable energy has more than doubled since 2015 The number of cities reporting they are predominantly powered by clean energy has more than doubled since 2015, as momentum builds for cities around the world to switch from fossil fuels to renewable […]