Tag: Wind


Following the massive success of the first-ever wind energy tender, the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy in India is planning to launch another tender this year four times the size. The Solar Energy Corporation of India has announced that Read more…


Clean energy developer and owner Invenergy has announced it will develop a 700 MW wind and solar project for Long Island, the largest ever renewable energy project proposed for the region.


The German wind firm Max Boegl Wind AG approached GE Renewable Energy to collaborate on the project, which is theoretically set to be the first wind project with an integrated hydropower plant. The aim of the project is to use Read more…


Spanish wind energy manufacturing giant Gamesa has announced it has been appointed to build a new small wind farm which will lay claim to Asia’s tallest wind turbines. The 67.5 MW Sarahnlom Wind Farm project is being built by developer PowerChina ZhongNan Read more…


Amazon announced the development of the Amazon Wind Farm Texas earlier this month, a new 253 MW wind farm that will be the company’s largest wind project to date. The new Amazon Wind Farm Texas continues a growing portfolio of Read more…


US Energy company MidAmerican Energy announced late August that it would proceed with its $3.6 billion investment into the 2 GW Wind XI project set to be developed in Iowa. MidAmerican Energy announced that it had received the final order Read more…


Update #2: The lowest solar price bid is now 2.42¢/kWh. Update: It was Solarpack that set the record-low bid, not SunEdison, as originally indicated in this article. The article has been updated accordingly. A couple of companies managed to secure a Read more…


International company continue to benefit from the recent surge in renewable energy infrastructure development in Egypt. Gamesa recently announced that it was awarded contract for 160 MW wind energy capacity by the New & Renewable Energy Authority of Egypt. The Read more…


China is the most attractive among developing nations for low-carbon investment and deployment, according to an analysis by the Climatescope project, a partnership among various international development agencies and Bloomberg New Energy Finance. China received top marks because it is Read more…


On the heels of a recent Forbes blog post where I call out Texas’ Comptroller for playing favorites in her biased scrutiny of Texas’ wind industry, comes another Forbes piece by James Taylor from the Heartland Institute. Confusing correlation with Read more…


I recently came across a report on how Ireland could benefit even more from wind energy.  Almost a fifth of Irish electricity already comes from renewable energy sources as the installed wind energy capacity has reached 2,000 MW in 2013. Read more…


A recent article in The Economist describes a blog post by Charles Frank of the Brookings Institute in which he questions the  methods that have been used to compare renewable energy sources with more traditional sources like coal, gas and Read more…


In the German North Sea, 80 wind turbines now under construction will eventually generate enough power for some 400,000 homes. That power will travel via advanced cables buried along several miles of ocean floor, part of a growing move toward Read more…


For over a decade, Cape Wind’s proposal to build a turbine farm off Cape Cod has generated excitement and opposition in large measures—but no power. New federal funding and recent courtroom victories may soon change all that, and launch America’s Read more…

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