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“Ebola-free” Liberia Resumes Rehabilitation Project at 64-MW Hydroelectric Facility

“Ebola-free” Liberia Resumes Rehabilitation Project at 64-MW Hydroelectric Facility

Rehabilitation and upgrade work was suspended at the 64-MW Mount Coffee hydroelectric facility near Monrovia, Liberia, on the Saint Paul River in early August 2014, following the Ebola epidemic that killed more than 4,600 people. 
Offshore Wind Powers Up

Offshore Wind Powers Up

A week before the publication of the Energy White paper, as the Government's consultation for future offshore wind farms closes, the British Wind Energy Association (BWEA), representing the wind and related technologies industries, published its views on the way forward.
Finance Committee Sends Energy Tax Package to U.S. Senate

Finance Committee Sends Energy Tax Package to U.S. Senate

By a vote of 15-5, the U.S. Senate Finance Committee approved an updated package of energy tax incentives yesterday, which contains a five- year extension of the tax credit for the production of electricity from wind, geothermal, biomass and other renewable energy resources.
Mapping the Renewable Energy Revolution

Mapping the Renewable Energy Revolution

Pakistan encapsulates the renewable energy challenge faced by many developing and emerging countries. Despite abundant renewable resources – including solar, wind, hydropower and biomass – very little of this potential has been utilized. At the same time, about a third of the country’s people do not have access to electricity.
Irish Wind Farm Comes Online

Irish Wind Farm Comes Online

UK Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister, Ian Pearson, announced an increase of 80 percent in Northern Ireland's renewable energy generation capacity as he opened the largest wind farm on the island of Ireland at Altahullion outside Limavady.
All new homes in Wales to be powered by clean energy from 2025

All new homes in Wales to be powered by clean energy from 2025

The consultation proposals unveiled by Housing Minister, Julie James, are part of wider Welsh Government plans to address the climate emergency it declared last year. Later this year, ministers will bring forward legislation to adopt a 95 percent greenhouse gas reduction target, with an ambition to reach net zero in future. Housing contributes significantly to climate change, with new and existing homes […]
The US Military’s Two-pronged Renewable Energy Initiative

The US Military’s Two-pronged Renewable Energy Initiative

Clean air mandates pushed the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to start developing renewable energy technologies. But the benefits of energy security and independence are what finally converted many military leaders into believers.
Helping the Virgin Islands Cut Fuel Use with Renewables

Helping the Virgin Islands Cut Fuel Use with Renewables

The U.S. Virgin Islands are a great place to visit, but you wouldn't want to pay energy bills there. The tiny U.S. territory in the Caribbean has just 110,000 residents, all the beach, surf, wind and sun you'd ever want, but energy prices that are four to five times higher than are paid in the continental United States.
Armenia Prepares Renewable Roadmap Amid Energy Crisis

Armenia Prepares Renewable Roadmap Amid Energy Crisis

Armenia does not have fossil fuel or coal reserves — it is entirely dependent on imported fuel for transportation, electricity generation, and heat production. Armenia has overcome the energy crisis of the 90’s and has built a viable energy system. However, compared to the year 1988, which was the peak of economic output of the Republic of Armenia, energy consumption lags far behind. The generation capacity in 1988 was over 3.5 GW, but the energy use in 2010 was on average below 1.2 GW. This can be explained by the fact that industry in Armenia has yet to recover fully from the economic decline that started with the collapse of the USSR.
Advanced Anaerobic Digestion: More Gas from Sewage Sludge

Advanced Anaerobic Digestion: More Gas from Sewage Sludge

At a time of heightened concerns about waste, climate change and the need for cleaner energy, it is worth pointing out that not all the news is bad. Technologies are redressing the balance -- and one of these is Advanced Anaerobic Digestion (AAD).