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A new analysis from the government of Denmark found that wind power is by far the cheapest new form of electricity in the country.
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2 hrs ago | Utility Products
The project is composed of 37 turbines and can generate up to 60 MW of electricity - enough to power some 15,000 homes in Ontario.
6 hrs ago | Wired
General Electric has a bright idea for keeping the lights on even when the electrical grid short-circuits.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
The continued expiration of the U.S. production tax credits for energy projects has caused renewable energy developers to focus on international projects.
Sen. Mark Udall tours the Siemens Test Wind Turbine at the National Wind Technology Center just south of Boulder, Colorado, in 2013.
GIA initiates research coverage on the global "Wind Power" market, as part of its ongoing multiple research projects on diverse industries and markets.
A harbor seal tagged with a GPS phone tag as part of a study of offshore wind farms and seal hunting grounds.
Estimates by federal agencies that they in effect threw away nearly $100 billion last year should infuriate taxpayers.
While the politics of fracking has taken hold of election-year energy discussions in Colorado, the wind power industry is quietly surging.
Electricity generation in China has increased 9.6% annually, from 2005 to 2013, reaching 5,425.1TWh of electricity.
Enthused by swift green clearance to a "number of projects" in Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today asserted that the state would be power surplus in next four years and supply electricity to others.
News of further follow-through on President Barack Obama's Climate Action Plan broke over the course of the past two weeks: The Department of Interior and Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced plans to auction nearly 80,000 acres of Atlantic Ocean waters off the coast of Maryland and proposed leasing another 344,000 acres off the New Jersey ... (more)
Wind preferable to nuclear, coal Environmental impacts can't be ignored, but don't compare to more dangerous energy sources Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/1rv2GW3 An offshore wind facility similar to this one is planned for Cape Cod.
This move means more solar power can be provided to the national power grid, according to the Energy Market Authority.
The Columbia Heights residents believed they were doing the right thing by installing solar panels on their two-story homes on Shepherd Street in Northwest Washington.
But there's a big problem: getting it here. At least five major transmission projects - some estimated to cost more than $1 billion to build - have been proposed to connect New England to this plentiful power source to the north.
Hurricane Arthur recently knocked out power for people living on the East Coast.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:02 pm
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