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Three groups agreed to submit design-build proposals for construction of the 435-MW Waneta Expansion hydroelectric project on the Pend d’Oreille River in British Columbia’s West Kootenay Region.
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: Hydro Development: A New Day

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: Hydro Development: A New Day

In today’s environment of higher energy prices and incentives for clean energy, development of more than 75 hydro projects totaling 11,000 MW is being actively pursued in the U.S.
Financing Key to UK Wind Energy Targets

Financing Key to UK Wind Energy Targets

The British Wind Energy Association (BWEA), the UK's largest renewable energy body, released new research to a House of Lords Select Committee confirming that urgent action on financing is needed for wind energy to contribute fully to the government's 10 percent target for renewables.
Renewable Biodiesel Fuel Gets Air Quality Licence

Renewable Biodiesel Fuel Gets Air Quality Licence

The Southern States Power has demonstrated that biodiesel can produce power in an efficient and cost-effective manner from an environmentally-friendly product.
BWEA CEO on Ofgem’s ‘Green Panel’

BWEA CEO on Ofgem’s ‘Green Panel’

BWEA Chief Executive Nick Goodall has been named as one of 14 environmental experts who will form Ofgem's Environmental Advisory Group.
Development through renewable energy: How Uzbekistan is setting the standard

Development through renewable energy: How Uzbekistan is setting the standard

The recently announced partnership between Helios Energy and the Ministry of Innovative Development Uzbekistan, underlines the country’s ambitious aims to generate a quarter of all electricity from renewable sources by 2030. The country’s transformation, led by president Shavkat Mirziyoyev, serves as an example for how Lower Middle Income Countries (LMICs) can not only be part of the push to renewables, […]
Uzbekistan Takes Giant Leap for Climate Goals with 1-GW Solar Project

Uzbekistan Takes Giant Leap for Climate Goals with 1-GW Solar Project

Toronto-based SkyPower said it has reached an agreement to build 1 GW of solar power generation throughout Uzbekistan, bringing the country’s renewable generation to 10 percent of total generating capacity.
New Jersey’s 1.1-GW offshore wind farm takes shape with selection of GE 12-MW turbines

New Jersey’s 1.1-GW offshore wind farm takes shape with selection of GE 12-MW turbines

Ocean Wind will use GE’s Haliade-X 12-MW wind turbine with an option to increase capacity to the 13-MW variant.
RCC dam seminar featured lessons learned, tours

RCC dam seminar featured lessons learned, tours

More than 60 people from 14 countries participated in the International RCC Dams Seminar and Study Tour (RCC 2007), March 18 to 23 in the U.S. state of Georgia.
Why We Need to Clean Up Mining if We Want a Renewable Energy Economy

Why We Need to Clean Up Mining if We Want a Renewable Energy Economy

A massive open-pit copper mine might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about solar power. But the construction of photovoltaic panels actually requires a wide range of metals and minerals to build. Nineteen, to be exact, including silica, indium, silver, selenium and lead. Most can be found or produced in Canada.