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New York's first offshore wind project could begin construction as soon as January of next year, according to its developers.
The No. 4 turbine-generator at the 16-GW Baihetan hydropower station, owned by China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG), was put into operation on Nov. 19, the sixth unit commissioned at this world’s second largest hydropower plant and the 100th hydraulic generator commissioned by CTG along the mainstream of the Yangtze River. To date, 86 of the world’s 127 hydraulic generators with […]
Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?
The infrastructure bill is the largest investment in the nation’s infrastructure in decades. So how does the government go about spending all that money?
Biden calls for a big expansion of offshore wind – here’s how officials decide where the turbines may go
The Biden administration has announced ambitious plans to scale up leasing for offshore wind energy projects along the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific coasts.
A new report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, “An Examination of the Hydropower Licensing and Federal Authorization Process,” reveals ways to streamline the licensing process for hydroelectric projects. As oil supplies plummeted in the early 1970s, prices skyrocketed. Congress compelled electricity companies to buy local hydroelectric energy at luxurious prices, launching a frenzy to build small hydropower. But the […]
Poland will build new pumped storage power plants and thoroughly modernize the existing ones, which will significantly improve the country's energy balance.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued a 10-year pilot project license to the Igiugig Village Council to construct, operate and maintain the 70-kW Igiugig Hydrokinetic Project.
The local development agency of Colombia's Antioquia department (IDEA) and Medellin-based multi-utility EPM have signed the formal agreement for the latter to finance, construct, operate and maintain the US$2.8 billion HidroItuango hydroelectric power project in Colombia, EPM reported in a press statement.
The U.S. Department of the Army announce in the Dec. 2 Federal Register that it has completed a Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) for construction, operation, and maintenance of solar photovoltaic (PV) renewable energy projects on Army installations and is making the PEA and a draft Finding of No Significant Impact (FNSI) available for public comment.
CSA International (CSA), recognized worldwide for its product testing, certification and standards development services, has certified the PureCell 200 fuel cell power solution from UTC Power, a company of United Technologies, to meet the ANSI/CSA America FC 1-2004 Stationary Fuel Cell Power Systems Standard, which sets design, construction, operating and quality requirements for stationary fuel cell power systems.