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Vestas Receives 54 MW Order In Mexico

Vestas has received a 54 MW order for 30 units of the V100-1.8 MW wind turbine in Mexico. The contract comprises delivery, transportation, installation and commissioning of the turbines, a VestasOnline® Business SCADA system as well as a 15-year ser...
by Solar Energy Blog on Jan 2, 2013

Vestas in Mexico

Vestas Every single day, Vestas wind turbines deliver clean energy that supports the global fight against climate change. Wind power from Vestas’ nearly 50,000 wind turbines currently reduces carbon emissions by approximately 55 million tons of CO2...
by Solar Energy Blog on Jan 1, 2013

Acciona Goes Around The World

With solar panels, small wind, hydrogen fuel cell and hydrodynamic generators. Describes Imoca Acciona 100% EcoPowered, sailboat racing is a high performance Open 60 class, is participating in the seventh edition of the Vendée Globe round the world,...
by Solar Energy Blog on Dec 27, 2012

Siemens Wind Division Enters South Africa

The German multinational Siemens has announced the confirmation of the first order from the great nation of southern Africa. It is, in particular, of 138 megawatt wind farm that land will go to the park Jeffrey’s Bay. According to the press rel...
by Solar Energy Blog on Dec 25, 2012

a mixed bag of green news

What’s that smell? Malibu Residents Hire Private Tugboat to Remove Rotting Whale From Beach – nbc news Will anyone enforce this? Rhino Poaching: South Africa and Vietnam Sign Deal – bbc Stubborn US Drought Could be Costlier than Hur...
by The Alternative Consumer on Dec 11, 2012

Generating Electricity By Means Of Wind Generators

With the rising amount of electricity fees, more and more individuals want to find alternate sources of electricity that could help them reduce their charges. This page provides the very best information about the how to make a windmill. Solar panels...
by make beats online on Dec 8, 2012

Self-Reliance eBooks For Your Kindle

Since I got my Kindle Fire last year, I have been reading up a storm! What I didn’t realize until I had one was that the variety of eBooks on Amazon in the Kindle store is HUGE. Not only that, … Continue reading →...
by Solar Baby on Dec 5, 2012

The U.S. Wind Industry, Pending If The Government Will Or Will Not To Extend The PTC Support System

The American Wind Energy Association (American Wind Energy Association, AWEA) has joined forces with a group of House and Senate Democrats and Republicans to ask the U.S. Congress to extend aid to renewable energy known as Production Tax Credit (tax...
by Solar Energy Blog on Dec 5, 2012

Wind Power In Russia: Large Wind Project To Export Electricity

Moscow hosted the Fourth Conference of the National Association of the wind industry. At its participated, along with representatives of Russian scientists from Germany, Spain and Denmark. One of the papers was presented at the conference by Patrick...
by Solar Energy Blog on Dec 4, 2012

8,521 MW Of Wind Power Achieved In Texas (Record)

JTN GREEN-TECH         Technology, Treends & News  8,521 MW Of Wind Power Achieved In Texas (Record) (via Clean Technica)   Texas, a state better known for oil production, just hit an all-time record of 8,521 MW from wind power (sent to its...
by @JTN_Network on Nov 18, 2012

Wind Power In South Africa: Mainstream Renewable Power Begins Construction Of Wind Farms

Solar and wind energy in South Africa by the hand of Mainstream Renewable Power. Mainstream Renewable Power is set to begin construction of wind and solar projects of 238MW combined investment in South Africa with more than 500 million euros. The ove...
by Solar Energy Blog on Nov 14, 2012

General Electric to invest over $100 million in Kenya’s Power Project

General Electric Company (GE), a global manufacturer of large-scale industrial products has announced plans to pump over $100 million into the building of two wind power projects in Kenya starting next year. Africa’s GE President Jay Ireland said t...

South Africa pushes its renewable energy campaign as it commences building of three more power plants

South Africa wants to increase its renewable energy capacity by seeking bids for project developments, following shortages experienced by its state-owned, mostly coal dependent Eskom Holdings Ltd. South Africa has chosen 28 renewable projects costing...

Wind Power In The World And Equivalent To 200 Nuclear Power Plants

The International Council of Wind Energy (GWEC) said noting that “this increase raises the total figure to 194, 4 GW from 158 GW recorded in July 2009.” In this regard, Steve Sawyer, Secretary General GWEC, said that “it is expected...
by Solar Energy Blog on Nov 9, 2012

Wind Power Grew 21% In 2011. U.S. And China Come Together Under A Windmill

The phenomenon is universal and fair play. Countries that were oriented towards nuclear power, preferred Fukhusima disaster after the wind changed The annual statistics published by the market Global Wind Energy Council (Global Wind Energy Council &#...
by Solar Energy Blog on Nov 7, 2012

Strange, Unusual, Funny and/or Awesome Stories

Just some more links that I thought were strange, unusual, funny and/or awesome.  I don’t know if y’all read these or not, but a few of them are really out there.  If you find any of them excessively excessive, then let me know.  Also...
by Texan in the Philippines on Nov 3, 2012

Dubai’s Office Sector Focuses Anew on Green Buildings

Dubai is already known as a city that’s been turning architecture on its head. From... more »The post Dubai’s Office Sector Focuses Anew on Green Buildings appeared first on Powering the Future with Sustainable Energy | SustainableEnergy...

Siemens Abandons Solar Energy And Focuses On Wind Power And Hydroelectric

The multinational Siemens will change its business strategy in the renewable sector. And it will sell its business activities in the photovoltaic and solar-thermal-energy to focus on wind and hydro. In fact, Siemens has announced it is in talks with...
by Solar Energy Blog on Oct 26, 2012

Gamesa Opens In Finland

Gamesa has signed an agreement to supply 18 MW to TuuliWatti Ltd, a joint venture between energy company St1 Ltd and national retail cooperative S-Group. The agreement is the first made by the Spanish company in Finland, considered one of the most pr...
by Solar Energy Blog on Oct 20, 2012

First Large-Scale Wind Farms In Peru

ContourGlobal, through its subsidiary ContourGlobal Latam, has announced the construction of two wind farms in Peru SA acquired Wind Energy (EESA). Known as Cupisnique and Talara, both facilities will add an installed capacity of 114 MW and will be o...
by Solar Energy Blog on Oct 19, 2012


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