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Surpassing even optimistic projections from years past, the US wind industry experienced unprecedented growth in 2007. Mark Bolinger and Ryan Wiser present highlights from the Department of Energy's second Annual Report on US Wind Power Installation, Cost, and Performance Trends - a comprehensive, yet detailed, overview of key developments.
Along with wind power, argues Ralf Leutz, concentrating photovoltaics (CPV) offers one of the most promising utility-scale, and sustainable, renewable energy technology options. CPV has the potential of an efficiency reaching and exceeding 50%. And in the right locations, will have electricity costs low enough to be competitive with fossil and nuclear power.
Court approves work to resume at Brazil’s Teles Pires Just a week after work to build the 1.8 GW Teles Pires project on the Teles Pires River in Brazil was halted, Brazil’s Supremo Tribunal Federal reversed that decision. In late September, judge Ricardo Lewandowski ruled that Companhia Hidreletrica Teles Pires (CHTP) had not breached the concession rules and that delaying […]
While the Production Tax Credit has played a vital role in stimulating the growth of the US wind market, there are an increasingly large number of factors coming into play. Elisa Wood reports on what could be making the sector tick in the coming years.
Globally, feed-in tariffs (FITs), also known as 'advanced renewable tariffs' (ARTs) or 'renewable energy payments' (REPs) in North America, have gone from strength to strength. Such schemes pay renewable energy producers a set rate (tariff) for each unit of electricity fed into the grid, and generally oblige power companies to purchase all electricity from eligible producers in their service area over a long period of time -- usually 15 to 20 years.
Pope Francis issued Laudato si’ (Praise Be to You) On the care for our common home, his second encyclical, concerning Catholic doctrine with respect to climate change, consumerism, and development.
The latest in a series of global Roadmaps by the International Energy Agency (IEA) argues that solar electricity could represent up to 20%–25% of total global electricity production by 2050.
For many hydro facilities, the use of reliability-centered or condition-based maintenance practices extends the duration between maintenance routines, improves unit availability, and even eliminates some forced outages.
Until China's wind sector started its turbocharged acceleration three or four years ago, India had been the clear leader in wind in Asia and amongst developing countries. A wind pioneer, year after year it has ranked in the top five nations in terms of new installations. India added a respectable 1576 MW during the financial year ending 31 March 2010 (compared with 1917 MW added in Germany and 2459 MW in Spain), bringing total wind capacity to 11,758.43 MW. It is currently in fifth place globally in terms of total installed capacity. The leading state is Tamil Nadu, in the south, which boasts an outstanding level of resource and currently yields about half of India's wind production (see Tables 1 and 2 below), as well as dominating new installations.
As a company strategy Vensys Energy AG of Germany aims at entering new wind markets by issuing wind turbine production and geographical sales licence packages to local partners. Eize de Vries evaluates Vensys's direct drive wind technology and licence partner CKD NOVE Energo.