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rPlus Hydro names Stantec to lead feasibility study for 900-MW Seminoe Pumped Storage

rPlus Hydro names Stantec to lead feasibility study for 900-MW Seminoe Pumped Storage

Stantec has been selected by rPlus Hydro to conduct a detailed feasibility study for the 900-MW Seminoe Pumped Storage Project, located on Seminoe Reservoir about 30 miles outside Rawlins, Wyo. The proposed project will help to address energy storage needs in the Western U.S. as more renewable energy is integrated onto the grid. “Seminoe Pumped Storage will be the ideal […]
Fuel Cell Upgrade for the RV Crowd

Fuel Cell Upgrade for the RV Crowd

August 3, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Life on the road could last a little longer for road trip enthusiasts with a fuel cell upgrade to the SFC A50 from Smart Fuel Cell (SFC). The fuel cell is designed for recreational vehicles and mobile homes, and weighs approximately seven kilograms with a power output of 50 W. A five-liter methanol fuel cartridge powers […]
Public Land Bids Opened for Wind Power

Public Land Bids Opened for Wind Power

May 27, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Beginning June 1, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will accept written bids to award a preference right-of-way to construct, operate, and maintain wind energy testing and/or generating facilities on approximately 285 acres of public lands near San Bernardino, California. The land segment is described as a portion of section 28, T 3S, R 4E, San […]
NH Biomass Project Approaches Completion

NH Biomass Project Approaches Completion

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Construction work associated with Public Service of New Hampshire’s Northern Wood Power Project continues at Schiller Station in Portsmouth. The project is more than 90 percent complete and is entering a final phase, which will include extensive testing of its various components. A series of steam releases through the new boiler will take place over a ten-day period, between […]
Remote Chinese region looks to set new clean-power record

Remote Chinese region looks to set new clean-power record

A sparsely populated Chinese province that’s home to the headwaters of the Yangtze and Yellow rivers is attempting to set a new record for clean energy use, serving as a test bed for the entire country.
Australia’s Victoria doubles share of wind in generation mix in four years

Australia’s Victoria doubles share of wind in generation mix in four years

Over the past four years, the wind contribution to the energy generation mix in the state of Victoria has grown significantly. In fact, research from Cornwall Insight Australia shows, on average, across the entire day in 2020, wind delivered 14% of the energy generation mix in the state, doubling its output from 7% in 2017. This phenomenal growth in output […]
Rhode Island Chooses Deepwater Wind to Build Off-Shore Wind Farm

Rhode Island Chooses Deepwater Wind to Build Off-Shore Wind Farm

Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri announced last week that Deepwater Wind was chosen as the developer to construct a wind energy project off the shores of Rhode Island that could provide 1.3 million megawatt-hours (MWh) of electricity per year, 15 percent of all electricity used in the state. It is expected that the project will cost more than US $1 billion to construct, with all the capital coming from private investment sources.
California and Sweden Collaborate on Renewable Fuels

California and Sweden Collaborate on Renewable Fuels

California and the Kingdom of Sweden have finalized a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to cooperatively develop bioenergy, particularly biomethane.
Biodiesel Joins Mardi Gras Parade

Biodiesel Joins Mardi Gras Parade

The recent Mardi Gras celebration was a little cleaner this year thanks to biodiesel, an environmentally friendly fuel made from renewable resources like soybean oil.
Can solar power help the South African energy crisis?

Can solar power help the South African energy crisis?

South African state energy provider Eskom has been the subject of much criticism in the past couple of years due to accusations of corruption and mismanagement which have led to the country undergoing extended periods of load shedding. Load shedding is conducted through a series of planned power outages to help maintain the state infrastructure which is struggling under the demand for energy expected of it.