Missouri city opens largest solar farm in the state – Seattle Times

Missouri city opens largest solar farm in the stateSeattle TimesNIXA, Mo. (AP) — A city in southwest Missouri has opened the largest solar farm in the state. The Springfield News-Leader reports that the new Nixa Solar Energy Farm started providing power this month. City officials predict that the array’s 33,000 …and more »

Why Does the IEA Always Underestimate Solar Energy’s Rapid Growth? – 24/7 Wall St.

24/7 Wall St.Why Does the IEA Always Underestimate Solar Energy’s Rapid Growth?24/7 Wall St.Baseball philosopher Yogi Berra once said, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” That doesn’t stop people from making them, mostly because predictions going out years or decades are long forgotten when the predicted time arrives.

Wind advisory issued for Sunday; downed trees, power outages hit region – WTOP

NJ.comWind advisory issued for Sunday; downed trees, power outages hit regionWTOPWASHINGTON — The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for Sunday until 3 p.m. Westerly winds will range from 20 to 30 mph with gusts of up to 55 mph. The Chesapeake Bay Bridge is under wind restrictions. House trailers, empty box …Thousands without power as wind gusts up to 50 mph blast NJNJ.comall 314 news articles »

AboitizPower expands hydroelectric business – Rappler

RapplerAboitizPower expands hydroelectric businessRapplerLast October, AboitizPower’s run-of-river hydro business unit, Hedcor, signed a civil works contract with UK-based contractor Whessoe for its 19-MW Bineng Combined Hydropower Project in Benguet. The project aims to increase the combined capacity of the …AboitizPower sustains strong foothold in hydropower businessPhilippine NewsAboitiz ramping up hydro energy plantsThe Standardall 4 news articles »

The Coming Solar Energy Age? – ValueWalk

ValueWalkThe Coming Solar Energy Age?ValueWalkBy 2040, the world will need to add the equivalent of India and China’s current energy system to meet the demands of a surging global population and rising incomes. Among all other forms of energy, solar PV (photovoltaic system) is forecasted to see …

Transitioning to cleaner sources of energy – NRToday.com

Transitioning to cleaner sources of energyNRToday.comHydropower also has advantages over other renewable sources, such as wind and solar, most notably that hydro plants can produce power constantly. All of which explains why we hope the U.S. Senate giv…

New $167M Wisconsin wind farm to power 25000 homes – La Crosse Tribune

La Crosse TribuneNew $167M Wisconsin wind farm to power 25000 homesLa Crosse TribuneTOWN OF SEYMOUR, Wis. (AP) — A new wind farm in southwestern Wisconsin is expected to bring power to about 25,000 homes. Wisconsin Public Radio reports that EDP Renewables has finished construction on the $167 million Quilt Block Wind Farm in …

The Energy Revolution Is Here: Solar Energy and Storage Now … – Motley Fool

The News on SundayThe Energy Revolution Is Here: Solar Energy and Storage Now …Motley FoolSolar plus storage can now compete with coal and other fossil fuels on its own. Travis Hoium. (TMFFlushDraw). Nov 18, 2017 at 6:31AM. There’s no question …Alternate energy potential | TNS – The News on SundayThe News on Sundayall 3 news articles »

US House Tax Bill Bad for Wind Energy – Texas Monthly

Texas MonthlyUS House Tax Bill Bad for Wind EnergyTexas MonthlyAbundant wind, a self-contained electrical grid, and renewable friendly subsidies led Texas to become the national leader in wind energy. Today, when you drive west out Interstate 20, wind …

$1.6 Billion Canadian-US Hydropower Project Approved – OilPrice.com

$1.6 Billion Canadian-US Hydropower Project ApprovedOilPrice.comThe line will deliver up to 1,090 MW of clean energy from Hydro-Québec’s hydroelectric plants in Canada to New Hampshire and the rest of New England. The 192-mile-long line proposes to deliver hydropower from Quebec to an existing substation in …and more »

Solar Energy Boom Could Heat Up The Global Energy Sector – Forbes

ForbesSolar Energy Boom Could Heat Up The Global Energy SectorForbesBy 2040, the world will need to add the equivalent of India and China’s current energy system to meet the demands of a surging global population and rising incomes. Among all other forms of energy, solar PV (photovoltaic system) is forecasted to see …and more »