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  • The Clean Power Plan: Justice Delayed August 24, 2016
    In the case of the Fossil Fuel Industry, et. al. VS Earth, et. al., I find myself asking—not for the first time—is justice delayed, justice denied? It should come as no surprise that I am convinced it is.
  • Hotels and Resorts are Pioneers for New Renewable Energy and Storage Technologies August 24, 2016
    The paradigm of power generation is changing, and an increasing number of decentralized small-scale cleantech solutions are evolving. For technology providers, the first reference projects are extremely important milestones of the market-entry process.
  • Go-ahead Given for World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm: 1.8-GW Hornsea Project Two August 23, 2016
    DONG Energy has been granted consent for development of the Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm. Sited 89 kilometers off the east coast of Yorkshire, England, the 1.8-GW project will consist of up to 300 turbines. A project of epic proportions, Hornsea Project Two dwarfs all other offshore wind farms planned to date.
  • Will the G20 Spur Post-Paris Climate Action? 3 Signs to Look For August 22, 2016
    The G20 meeting in Hangzhou, China, this September brings together leaders of the world’s largest economies for the first such gathering since the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate. G20 Leaders Summits traditionally focus on economic growth and financial stability, but since more than 190 countries collectively agreed to greatly enhance mitigation of the causes and […]
  • Electric Batteries Seen as Key to Unlocking Power, Auto Markets August 22, 2016
    Batteries that store electricity and offset power required from the grid during peak periods are key to unlocking lucrative power and transport markets, according to BMI Research.
  • Erex Eyes Biomass, Wind to Expand in Japan Power-Retail Business August 22, 2016
    Erex Co., a Japanese power supplier, will add more biomass power plants and expand into wind farms as it seeks to reach out to more customers following the opening up of Japan’s power-retail market.
  • #BlockIsland: Construction Completed on First US Offshore Wind Farm August 19, 2016
    Deepwater Wind yesterday announced on Twitter that construction on the first US offshore wind farm now is complete.
  • Decentralized Renewables & The Rise of the Micro-Enterprise Economy August 19, 2016
    Decentralized renewable energy has traditionally been under-estimated in emerging markets as only being capable of delivering electricity for home use, and then mostly for basic lighting. “Productive use”—creating goods and services either directly or indirectly for the production of income or value—has been more elusive.
  • Renewable Power Future Needs Facilitative Power Grid August 18, 2016
    Can America’s power grid accommodate a more dominant role for renewables in the energy mix? As the grid stands today, the answer is no. Our society is putting increasing demands on electric infrastructure that wasn’t designed for today needs — much less what we’re asking of it to support a cleaner energy future. Modern, robust […]
  • Norway Reaping the Rewards of Foreign Investment in Wind Power August 17, 2016
    The Norwegian wind industry is in the midst of a historically prosperous year, with the Norwegian wind association, NORWEA, optimistic that 2016 will close out with investment decisions totaling 2,000 MW of new wind power capacity.

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