Posts Tagged ‘Toward’

States, cities and companies are leading the way toward clean, renewable energy

Over the last year, cities and towns throughout the United States have assumed a new mantle of leadership: establishing bold commitments to move away from dirty fuels and re-power their communities with 100 percent clean, renewable energy sources like wind and solar. Community by community, local leaders are demonstrating that a transition away from dirty […]

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 […]

Another Step Toward North Carolina Offshore Wind: Proposed Offshore Wind Farm Lease Announced

The U.S. Department of the Interior has just announced the next step in the years-long process toward the development of wind energy facilities off the coast of North Carolina. In a notice published in the Federal Register on August 16, 2016, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management proposed the sale of commercial lease rights to […]

Tunisia Seeks $7 Billion to Fund Shift Toward Cleaner Energy

Tunisia's is seeking to draw a third of its power supply from renewables by 2030, reducing its dependence on natural gas imports in a program that will require some $7 billion of investment. Energy and Mines Minister Mongi Marzouk said the country has about 148 megawatts of renewable power generation capacity now, about 4 percent […]

Israel Wind Energy Association slams gov’t behavior toward wind sector

In light of an upcoming planning decision expected to impact that wind sector next week, the Israel Wind Energy Association sharply criticized recent governmental activities related to the sector. View full post on Wind Power News

Earth Moves (or not) Toward a Sustainable Future

Over the next two decades the number of city dwellers is expect to rise to 5 billion, putting pressure on transportation systems energy and water use, and waste disposal. View full post on Wind Power News

U.S. moves toward distributed wind power

Why Americans are installing more wind turbines for distributed wind applications is highlighted in DOE’s annual market report on wind technologies. View full post on Wind Power News

County moving toward expansion of wind energy project

County council is moving ahead with its plan to expand the number of wind turbines located at its Riverton site. View full post on Wind Power News

Maine wind power inches toward generation goals

Wind power generated in Maine is now producing nearly 500 megawatts, enough to supply the average needs of 175,000 households. View full post on Wind Power News

Push toward wind power deflating

Empire Generating Company natural gas fired power plant in Rensselaer, N.Y., Tuesday Oct. View full post on Wind Power News