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Biomass Bids Undergo Review

Biomass Bids Undergo Review

October 20, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Hydro-Quýbec Distribution proceeded with the opening of bids received in response to its April 15 call for tenders for the purchase of 100 MW of firm capacity. The call for tenders was launched in accordance with a provincial Order-in-Council calling for the purchase of biomass-produced energy by the Distributor. The bids were opened in Montrýal in […]
Wind Turbines Undergo Testing

Wind Turbines Undergo Testing

June 30, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Mass Megawatts Wind Power will undergo extensive independent testing of its low cost wind power production units. The standard power plant in the near future will be a 360kW rated unit having 1,200 blades and 48 generators. The MAT system is wind energy conversion device that is anticipated to be capable of generating electricity at less […]
Troubled Wind Farm Undergoes Dismantling

Troubled Wind Farm Undergoes Dismantling

Denmark-based Vestas, one the world's major wind turbine companies, announced that every last one of their wind turbines installed offshore at their flagship Horns Reef project will be transported to nearby Ringkobing and Lem and dismantled for tests and repairs due to ongoing problems.
IHA Members Undergo Sustainability Training

IHA Members Undergo Sustainability Training

Representatives from a number of companies and organizations associated with the hydroelectric industry have completed training in the International Hydropower Association's Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol.
Editorials Slant Against Energy Bill

Editorials Slant Against Energy Bill

As the comprehensive energy bill H.R 6 undergoes final debate in the Senate, the Democrats released this list of November 20th newspaper editorials on the bill.
“Perceived Problem” for Wind Power Undergoes Research

“Perceived Problem” for Wind Power Undergoes Research

Wind power developments in the Mid-West have typically not faced nearly the same level of opposition they have encountered in other areas of the country both for environmental and aesthetic reasons. In particular, farmers seeking to diversify what they "farm" are some of wind energy's greatest supporters by agreeing to lease their farmland for wind turbine construction. There is, however, some newfound concern from an environmental perspective over wind power projects' impacts on a Mid-West species of prairie chicken.
17-Year-Old Wind Farms in Texas Set for Repowering

17-Year-Old Wind Farms in Texas Set for Repowering

Three wind farms in Texas with a combined installed capacity of 508 MW will undergo repowering this year to improve operational efficiencies and extend the projects’ lifespan.
Siemens to spin off gas and power business

Siemens to spin off gas and power business

Global energy powerhouse Siemens is to undergo a fundamental transformation by spinning off its gas and power divisions into a new entity which will also comprise its stake in windpower firm Siemens Gamesa.
The Efficacy of European Solar Thermal Obligations

The Efficacy of European Solar Thermal Obligations

Last week, RenewableEnergyAccess.com reported that the European Parliament had approved by overwhelming majority the "Thomsen Report" on the Roadmap for Renewable Energies in Europe. Crucial to this report was the call for the adoption in all Member States of renewable heat obligations, at least in new buildings and those undergoing major renovation. These obligations are regulations requiring a minimum share of the heating demand be covered by solar energy, and as stated, they usually apply to new buildings, those undergoing major renovation and sometimes when an older heating system is being replaced.
Power production begins at Pakistan’s 969-MW Neelum Jhelum

Power production begins at Pakistan’s 969-MW Neelum Jhelum

Power generation has begun at Pakistan's 969-MW Neelum Jhelum as the hydropower plant's first turbine unit is now undergoing trial runs.