Posts Tagged ‘Turbine’

Wind-power pollution: turbine oil seeps into the land in Mexico

Wind turbines were planted along a strip of Mexico's southern coast to make the country's power industry cleaner. Now they're spilling oil. View full post on Wind Power News

Turbine is a wind win as it meets all CCC electricity needs

Matt Robinette of Bluestem Energy Solutions speaks Thursday during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Central Community College-Hastings wind turbine. View full post on Wind Power News

Direct Drive Wind Turbine Market Value Chain and Forecast 2015-2025

Wind is one the fastest-growing energy sources in the world. With the accelerating electricity consumption and increasing threat from the green-house effect and consequential environmental degradation, all the industries are stepping forward into the reduction of energy consumption and loss of energy. View full post on Wind Power News

Completion of new wind turbine planing guidelines delayed ‘indefinitely’ says Laois TD

Minister Simon Coveney says proposed changes to 2006 wind farm guidelines will have to be further tested before being finalised A Laois TD has claimed guidelines on the building of wind farms will be delayed indefinitely after it emerged that alternative proposal will have to be tested before being implemented. Fianna Fil TD Sean Fleming […]

LM Wind Power to open new wind turbine blade factory in Cherbourg, France

LM Wind Power will open a new wind turbine blade factory dedicated to the offshore market in Cherbourg, Normandy, France. The factory will be built on a site developed by Ports Normands Associs , a port authority that includes the Normandy region and the Manche Department. View full post on Wind Power News

Turbine Breaks World Record for Wind Power Generated in Just One Day

A 722-foot tall, 9-megawatt wind turbine operating at an offshore testing site near sterild, Denmark has set a new world record for wind electricity generation. The V164 turbine, built by Danish energy company MHI Vestas, produced 216,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity in just 24 hours, enough to power 240 U.S. homes for a month . View […]

Digby County turbine in Mount Pleasant marks decade milestone

As Terry Thibodeau can attest, Digby County can be a very windy place, one of the windiest in Nova Scotia. But that's also what makes it so attractive when it comes to renewable energy and wind turbines. View full post on Wind Power News

Home of World’s Biggest Wind Turbine Maker Bypasses Trump Sphere

Denmark's minister in charge of energy policy plans to head to the U.S. this year to talk to state representatives in an effort to promote wind energy despite open declarations of hostility toward the technology from President Donald Trump. Lars Christian Lilleholt, energy minister in Denmark's minority center-right coalition led by Prime Minister Lars Lokke […]

Wind turbine a source of energy and education

A wind turbine owned and operated by Omaha-based Bluestem Energy Solutions was recently erected just southwest of the CCC – Hastings campus as part of a public-private partnership between Bluestem , the college and Hastings Utilities . The project includes one $4 million, 1.7-megawatt General Electric turbine, which rises 432 feet above the ground from […]

Siemens Wind Power presents first customized turbine transport vessel in Esbjerg

For Ro-Ro loading, a large bow door can be opened. A telescopic roof protects the nacelles from salty seawater spray. View full post on Wind Power News