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Bitfarms Ltd., a Bitcoin self-mining company, has acquired a 24-MW hydro power plant in Washington State, U.S., and entered into a memorandum of understanding with the seller to co-develop additional farms in the area, increasing total mining capacity in Washington to 99 MW.
In comments to FERC, renewable energy giants detail interconnection, transmission, and grid upgrade cost-sharing woes
Ørsted, EDF Renewables, and NextEra Energy submitted comments for FERC's ANOPR on transmission planning, grid upgrades, and interconnection.
The vast majority of electricity generated by the U.S. far-younger offshore wind energy will be needed to transition the grid away from fossil fuels.
A new report written by Nathaniel Bullard at Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) highlights the difficulties large institutional investors would have divesting from fossil fuels. What it does not specifically discuss is that these difficulties could lead to large financial losses for investors who see the difficulty of divesting as a reason to delay.
Europe’s concentrated solar power (CSP) plants have a total installed capacity of 1957.7 MWe as of end 2012, finds the latest edition of EurObserv’ER’s annual Solar Thermal and Concentrated Solar Power Barometer, while 3.4 million m2 of solar thermal collectors were installed in the EU over the year, for an installed base of 29.6 GWth.
Developers of solar projects in Japan are looking to rooftops, empty lots and industrial parks in response to constraints limiting connections to the grid and difficulties finding suitable land.
The difficulty in securing a feedstock supply to produce conventional wafer-based solar cells has encouraged a frenzy of industry projects related to thin-film solar cells.
India's Ministry of New and Renewable Energy is seeking to defer penalties on about $1 billion of solar-thermal power projects that are delayed by a lack of water, financing difficulties and equipment shortages.
What if grid operators were unable to track the energy generation from a 2.7-GW solar project – the equivalent of several nuclear plants? Imagine the difficulties they would face.
Walking down the cobblestone pathway that connects the buildings of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Dr. Brigitte Knopf looks up at the white stucco Einstein Tower looming above her, the white building in stark contrast to the gloomy December skies of Germany.