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4 techniques to mitigate risks on offshore wind projects

4 techniques to mitigate risks on offshore wind projects

Wind energy project development and risk mitigation.
Tesla Makes Smooth Drive Into China

Tesla Makes Smooth Drive Into China

I have to give my congratulations to new energy car maker Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) for creating the kind of buzz and excitement this week that only names like Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) and smartphone sensation Xiaomi have typically been able to muster. In the last 2 days, the company and its charismatic founder Elon Musk were all over the Chinese headlines as Tesla delivered its first electric […]
UniRac’s Smooth Solar Mounting Solution

UniRac’s Smooth Solar Mounting Solution

A Welsh technology center completed in January integrates UniRac's SolarMount Mounting System into an 11,000-square-foot "Solar Wall," the largest installation of its kind in Europe. It is the latest example of large-scale PV building integration using products designed and manufactured by UniRac, of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Smooth start to COP 16, says Figueres

Smooth start to COP 16, says Figueres

Christiana Figueres held a press conference to summarize the first days of the UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun (COP 16), which will take place through December 10. She stated that governments have arrived with a business mindset, and the two major working groups, COP16 and the Kyoto Protocol (CMP) working group, have moved into contact group stages.
Patent Conflict Resolved, REPower Enters U.S. Wind Market

Patent Conflict Resolved, REPower Enters U.S. Wind Market

Having smoothed over a patent conflict with GE Energy, Germany-based commercial-scale wind turbine manufacturer REpower Systems is entering the U.S. market with a substantial order of turbines.
Smooth Sailing for New Zealand Wind Farm

Smooth Sailing for New Zealand Wind Farm

November 12, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] New Zealand-based TrustPower Limited reported the expansion of the company’s Tararua windfarm from 48 to 103 turbines is making solid progress, with the first of the new turbines on target for commissioning in before Christmas. Contractors have completed the excavation of all foundations, and poured the concrete in more than half of them. In addition, backfilling […]
Vermont Company’s Biomass System Outperforms Expectations

Vermont Company’s Biomass System Outperforms Expectations

To find out if a biomass heating system works smoothly or not, ask the people who really run it — day by day.
Energy Storage Surging as More U.S. States Look to Batteries

Energy Storage Surging as More U.S. States Look to Batteries

The use of energy-storage systems is surging in the U.S. as power companies show increasing interest in the technology designed to backstop wind and solar farms and smooth out electricity flowing to the grid.
Why Geographic Diversification Smooths Wind Power

Why Geographic Diversification Smooths Wind Power

Intelligent skepticism is valuable to me as an investor when it makes me question my assumptions. When I'm wrong, it makes me find out sooner (and hopefully get out of a bad trade sooner, or never get into it.) When I'm right, I emerge with my thesis tested, which leads to the confidence needed to stick to a trade when the stock market voting machine moves against me in the short term, before it comes around in the longer term.
U.K. Bioenergy Group Adds 25 MW Waste-to-Power Plant in Hull

U.K. Bioenergy Group Adds 25 MW Waste-to-Power Plant in Hull

Bioenergy Infrastructure Group obtained finance for a 25-megawatt waste-to-power plant in Hull that’s the first in the U.K. to include a Contract for Difference with the government to smooth out prices for the power it generates.