Posts Tagged ‘sees’

Turkish solar power production sees near triple boost

Turkish solar power production increased by 175 percent to 2.8 million megawatt-hours in 2017 compared to the previous year, according to Turkey 's Energy Market Regulatory Authority's data. The installed power capacity of solar power increased from 939 megawatts to 2,978 megawatts year on year, representing a 217 percent rise, official information gathered by state-run […]

BOI sees P52 billion worth of pipeline projects

The Philippine Board of Investments is expecting a further upsurge in investments registration in the coming months with the anticipated approval of about 44 projects in the pipeline worth P52 billion. Trade Secretary and BOI Chairman Ramon M. Lopez attributed the influx of investments to sustained investor confidence and sound economic fundamentals. View full post […]

Chile Auction Sees Surge in Wind Power, Rattles Incumbents

Mainstream Renewable Power Ltd. and Empresa Nacional de Electricidad/Chile SA won more than two thirds of Chile's largest ever electricity supply auction Wednesday, slashing prices in the process and rattling the shares of the other incumbent power suppliers. Mainstream won 30 percent of the 12.34 Tera-watt hours per year auctioned, while Endesa, a unit of […]

SMA Solar sees strong business in United States: CEO

SMA Solar, Germany’s largest solar company, continues to see strong demand for its inverters in the United States, its chief executive said, banking on an extension of local tax benefits for renewable energy. Last week, U.S. Congress voted in favor of a five-year extension of tax breaks to boost solar and wind power as part […]

American wind power sees long-term stability while hitting 70 GW milestone

American wind power now has its longest policy certainty in decades just as it reaches new heights, surpassing 70 gigawatts of installed capacity in the U.S. This can provide enough energy in one year to light up the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree for over 440,000 years. On Friday, Congress agreed to include a multi-year extension […]

North Africa sees surge in large-scale wind energy projects

The Wind Power North Africa Conference is taking place from 18 – 21 October 2015 in Cairo, Egypt, to enable private and government stakeholders to discuss key upcoming wind projects and strategies to drive growth in the North African wind power market. North Africa boasts exceptional wind energy conditions. View full post on Wind Power […]

Germany sees new power lines as vital in teeth of Bavarian protests

The German government believes it is “essential” to build three new high-voltage power lines to transfer excess wind energy from the breezy north to the industrial south, according to an Economy Ministry paper seen by Reuters on Thursday. The electricity superhighways are regarded as a crucial element of Germany’s shift towards renewable sources of energy […]

Amory Lovins: energy visionary sees renewables revolution in full swing

From the Hypercar to home insulation, the early visions of the influential physicist are becoming a reality Amory Lovins last year harvested from his small garden more than 30 pounds of bananas, along with guava, mango, papaya, loquat, passion and other exotic fruit. Nothing remarkable in that, except that the energy analyst and chief scientist […]

North Myrtle Beach sees value in wind power

Officials in North Myrtle Beach hope to take advantage of a federal decision to open two tracts along the Horry County coast for wind farm proposals. View full post on Wind Power News