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Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?
The infrastructure bill is the largest investment in the nation’s infrastructure in decades. So how does the government go about spending all that money?
Germany's wind turbine powerhouse Nordex is bringing blade production for one of their top wind turbines in-house. After the completion of intensive testing, the company is beginning the internal production of rotor blades for its N90 2,300 kW turbine.
In the last decade or so, the amount of solar power that has been installed has grown with tremendous rates. Unfortunately, the finance crisis has resulted in stunned growth within the solar industry. New technologies that promises to push the prices of solar power down, gives us new hope. In this article, I’m going to look closer at two new […]
After decades of research, Linde AG says the elements needed to make hydrogen-fuelled cars a viable challenger to Tesla Inc’s battery-driven vehicles are finally falling into place.
When a power company wants to build a new wind farm, it generally hires a consultant to make wind speed measurements at the proposed site for eight to 12 months. Those measurements are correlated with historical data and used to assess the site’s power-generation capacity. At the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence later this month, MIT researchers will present a new statistical technique that yields better wind-speed predictions than existing techniques do — even when it uses only three months’ worth of data. That could save power companies time and money, particularly in the evaluation of sites for offshore wind farms, where maintaining measurement stations is particularly costly.
I recently sized up five renewable energy power producers using the metric that’s most often used for solar panels: Dollars per Watt ($/W). It’s an intuitive metric, but has serious flaws both for evaluating solar installations and stocks. Slightly better is Watts per Dollar (or W/$100 to make the numbers look nice) as shown in the chart from that article below.
The $30,000 Hydro Development George received a telephone call from Dave, a hydro industry consultant. “George, I gave your name to some monks. I hope you don’t mind. They’re looking for advice on a new hydro plant they contemplate building,” Dave said. A few weeks later, the monks visited George at his office and outlined their plans for the new […]
Renewable energy developers are increasingly selling wind power straight to the users, tapping a new customer base as some traditional utility buyers are backing away.
While falling costs of solar and wind power plants have sparked a boom all over the world, hydropower is marginalized in many regions. A recent visit by four energy experts to four hydropower plants in Portugal, Scotland, and Iceland raises the question of whether hydropower can play a role in the energy transition toward renewables.