Posts Tagged ‘takes’

California Takes Up Ocean Wind Energy After Oregon Project Fails

Renewable energy developers are taking a second chance on an ocean wind project off the West Coast. They're planning a floating array of wind turbines in Northern California. View full post on Wind Power News

The Alternatives: German town takes power back from energy giants – podcast

Aditya Chakrabortty speaks to Iris Degenhardt-Meister, who is part of a cooperative energy company that runs the electricity grid in Wolfhagen, Germany, and asks Prof Andrew Cumbers from the University of Glasgow if such a model could work in Britain Subscribe and review on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud and Acast, and join the discussion […]

Trump administration takes aim at California desert protection plan

A desert tortoise sits in the middle of a road in the eastern Mojave Desert near Ivanpah. The Trump administration wants to reconsider a desert protection plan negotiated under the Obama administration that sought to steer energy development away from sensitive areas. View full post on Wind Power News

Analysis takes deep look at energy needs NEW

New England's electricity supply is dangerously dependent on natural gas, but buying more natural gas is not the only way to reduce the danger. This is one of the conclusions of a long-anticipated analysis by ISO-New England, the organization that runs the power grid in the six-state region, which estimates what could happen to our […]

Avangrid takes action again to remove Snell from siting board

Avangrid, the company behind the proposed North Ridge Wind Energy Project, has filed another legal motion against Gary P. Snell, one of the two ad hoc members of the Siting Board for the project. Avangrid initially filed a motion on Sept. View full post on Wind Power News

Kansas Wind Power Takes Off, Expected to Continue Growing

New wind farms brought online this year or planned for later this year will quadruple the amount of wind generation in Kansas in just six years, placing the state behind only Texas, Oklahoma, California and Iowa in producing wind energy, an analyst group said. The American Wind Energy Association said in its first-quarter report that […]

Wind Energy Takes Flight In The Heart Of Texas Oil Country

Georgetown, Texas, is a conservative town in a conservative state. So it may come as something of a surprise that it's one of the first cities in America to be entirely powered by renewable energy. View full post on Wind Power News

Villenova takes next step toward wind energy

Though officials and lawyers alike were very careful this week in Villenova, saying a vote to accept the final environmental impact statement for the Ball Hill Wind Energy Project would not actually green-light any turbine construction, it did effectively move the project one step further. Representatives from Renewable Energy Systems were present at the special […]

Govt takes over implementation of stalled Kinangop Wind Power Project

The government will be taking over the implementation of the Kinangop Wind Power Project that stalled three months ago after the private investor in charge of the project pulled out over what the firm termed as constant political interference as well as hostility from the community. Energy Cabinet secretary Charles Keter denied claims that the […]

Going where the wind takes him

Spinning round the world: Trevor Van Kempen of Warrnambool is presently helping install 70 wind turbines in Thailand. Picture: Rob Gunstone TREVOR Van Kempen never dreamt that wind would take him throughout Australia and Asia but that is what is happening. View full post on Wind Power News