Posts Tagged ‘second’

Indigenous investors required in second round of Alberta renewable power auction

The Alberta government says it will require indigenous equity investment from proponents in its second round of bids to build renewable energy projects in the province. Environment Minister Shannon Phillips says the province is targeting projects producing 300 megawatts of electricity in its second round which is being designed to boost the economy and training […]

Offshore wind power helps UK reach record energy generation from renewables in second quarter

Almost a third of the UK's electricity was generated by renewables in the second quarter of 2017, according to government statistics – with wind producing more than any other clean energy source. New figures from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy covering April to June show a record 29.8% was generated by renewable […]

Wind developer hosts second round of open houses for Mad River Wind Farm

Wind farm developer Avangrid Renewables will showcase its proposed Mad River Wind Farm and the progress the development team has made later this month during its second round of open houses for the project. The development team behind the proposed 350-megawatt project in the towns of Worth, Jefferson County, and Redfield, Oswego County, plan to […]

Maine can’t afford a second colossal mistake on offshore wind energy

VolturnUS, the first-of-its-kind wind turbine, designed and built at the University of Maine, became the first grid-connected offshore wind turbine in the Americas to provide electricity to the power grid in June 2013. Lawmakers, pushed by Gov. Paul LePage , made the horrible decision in 2013 to push a potential $70 million worth of potential […]

Kansas company considers second wind farm in North Dakota

A Kansas-based wind energy company is considering pursuing a second wind farm in the heart of the western North Dakota oil patch. The Williston Herald reports the Williams County Planning and Zoning Board recommended approval last week of Trade Wind Energy's proposal to put up six meteorological towers near the site of Lindahl Wind Farm […]

Second phase of world’s biggest offshore windfarm gets go-ahead

Multibillion-pound Hornsea Project Two, 55 miles off Grimsby coast, would see 300 turbines span an area five times size of Hull Plans for the world’s biggest offshore windfarm off the Yorkshire coast are to be expanded to an area five times the size of Hull after being approved by ministers. The multibillion-pound Hornsea Project Two […]

Still a buyers’ market as the ACT’s second wind auction brings in the bidders

SIMON Corbell says fifteen proposals have been received for the ACT’s second wind energy auction, reflecting strong industry interest. “The reverse auction for 200MW of capacity to support wind energy generation closed on Wednesday with more than 1,100MW of capacity put forward by bidders,” Simon said. View full post on Wind Power News

Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. Selects Site in Mexico to Build Second Renewable Energy Tower

Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. , the inventor of large Solar Wind Downdraft Tower structures capable of producing abundant, inexpensive electricity, announced that the Company is fully engaged in the development of their second Tower project in San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora, Mexico. Early last month, the Company announced the acceleration of its development plans […]

Pattern Energy Files Form 8-K Related to 2014 Second Quarter Filing

Pattern Energy Group Inc. today announced that it intends to amend its Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2014 to restate the calculation of earnings per share in its quarterly financial statements for the three and six months ended June 30, 2014, and has filed a current report on Form […]

China Datang expects use of wind farms to rise in second half

China Datang Corp Renewable Power, the wind and solar power unit of one of the mainland’s big five national power generation groups, expects wind farms utilisation to pick up in the year’s second half after dropping in the first half because of weak wind resources and causing the firm to fall into a net loss. […]