Posts Tagged ‘states’

Hydro sector firms: Pending matters with states, absence of merchant…

On April 12, 2017, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved listing of NEEPCO by divesting 25 per cent of the central government's shares through IPO. At a time when the Centre seems far from reaching its divestment target for 2017-18, three central public sector units operating in hydro sector – THDC India Limited, North […]

Factors associated with bat mortality at wind energy facilities in the United States

Thompson, M., J. Beston, M. Etterson, J. Diffendorfer, AND S. Loss. Factors associated with bat mortality at wind energy facilities in the United States. View full post on Wind Power News

Pittsburgh and Paris join over 200 cities and states rejecting Trump on climate | Dana Nuccitelli

Local and international efforts might be enough to limit the damage Trump’s scorched Earth approach I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris So said Donald Trump in a speech justifying his irrational, historically irresponsible decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris international climate treaty. Of course, 75% of Pittsburgh […]

States scramble to salvage climate crusade abandoned by Trump

Gregory Wetstone, left, Randy Hoyle and Kevin Martin of Terra-Gen Power at the Alta East wind energy project in California's Tehachapi Mountains. Gregory Wetstone, left, Randy Hoyle and Kevin Martin of Terra-Gen Power at the Alta East wind energy project in California's Tehachapi Mountains. View full post on Wind Power News

More U.S. States Embracing Batteries to Store Renewable Power

Energy-storage systems are spreading across the U.S. as states encourage deployments to help integrate an increasing amount of solar and wind power into electric grids. There are now 21 states with at least 20 megawatts each of storage projects in service, under construction or proposed, according to a report Tuesday from GTM Research. View full […]

Commission and member states clash over capacity mechanisms

The proposal has found little support in Poland, as it would mean large parts of its energy portfolio would become unaffordable. The proposal has found little support in Poland, as it would mean large parts of its energy portfolio would become unaffordable. View full post on Wind Power News

Colorado one of 11 states that generated at least 10 percent of its electricity from wind in 2015

Colorado is one of 11 states that generated at least 10 percent of its total electricity from wind last year, according to an analysis by the Energy Information Administration. Wind produced 14 percent of Colorado's electricity in 2015, according to the EIA report released last week, putting it No. View full post on Wind Power […]

#5 – Symposium Eyes State’s Potential For Wind Energy

It's safe to say Harrisonburg and Rockingham County won't be landing a commercial-scale wind farm any time soon, according to officials from the Virginia Center for Wind Energy. View full post on Wind Power News

Angela Merkel strikes deal with German states to put brakes on green energy

Pact addresses concerns that burgeoning output from renewables is putting strain on electricity grid and pushing up prices The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, has hammered out a deal with state premiers on the latest reform to Germany’s renewable energy law aimed at curbing the costs and controlling the speed of the roll-out of green power […]

President’s go-it-alone climate agenda hurts mining states for no good reason

I recently attended my sixth State of the Union Address as a member of Congress. I was hoping this year, in the president’s final address, to hear him speak of some opportunities for us to work together to address issues that truly affect Colorado and the rest of the country. View full post on Wind […]