Posts Tagged ‘Russia’

Op-ed: If elections weren’t enough, now Russia wants to interfere with American energy

Thanks to the shale revolution, movement from coal to natural gas has already reduced carbon emissions from electricity production to late 1980s levels. There is little doubt that Russia influenced and manipulated United States politics. View full post on Wind Power News

FORTUM CORPORATIONFortum-RUSNANO wind investment fund to start cooperation in Rostov Region in Russia

The Government of the Rostov Region in Russia and Fortum-RUSNANO wind investment fund have entered into a non-binding cooperation agreement to build up to 600 MW of wind power plants in 2019-2022. A separate investment decision will be made for each project. View full post on Wind Power News

Energy Boost for Russia and Neighbors

A new study says that Russia and the countries of Central Asia could become a highly energy-competitive region by getting all their electricity from renewable sources within the next 15 years. So far, most of the region’s governments appear not to have found the will to realise this huge potential. View full post on Wind […]

Russia Is Crushing Ukraine’s Hopes for Energy Independence

Eastern Ukraine is home to nine-tenths of the country’s coal and one of Europe’s largest shale-gas deposits. View full post on Wind Power News

Offshore windfarms vital amid tensions with Russia, says energy secretary

Ed Davey says windfarms important at time of global insecurity with western world in standoff with Moscow over Crimea Britain’s growing fleet of offshore windfarms provides a vital national security role as the western world engages in a stand-off with Moscow over Ukraine, Ed Davey has said. Speaking on Tuesday after German group Siemens said […]