Daily Archives: December 15, 2016

Nothing fickle about Finkel

By John Grimes In the wash up of this week’s COAG Energy meeting, there’s a real risk the importance of the Finkel Review will be lost. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Will The Paris Climate Agreement Go Foreward Without The U.S.A?

By admin China, Australia, Indonesia, Brazil and other countries have already indicated they will forge ahead with implementing the climate treaty signed in Paris irrespective of the US position The post Will The Paris Climate Agreement Go Foreward Without The U.S.A? appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

E.ON begins construction on Bruenning’s Breeze Wind Farm

By Michelle Froese Bruenning’s Breeze Wind Farm will consist of 76 3-MW wind turbines, built by Acciona/Nordex. E.ON announced that it has begun construction on its Bruenning’s Breeze Wind Farm. The 228-MW wind farm will be E.ON’s 22nd wind farm nationwide and second in Willacy County, Texas. The Bruenning’s Breeze Wind project holds special place…

Electric motors for electric vehicles: $400 billion confusion

What do golf cars and heavy electric trucks have in common? There is still no agreement on the best type of electric motor to use in either of them. On IDTechEx analysis, the booming, confusing traction motor business will rise to around $400 billion in 2027. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric…

Battery research reaching out to higher voltages

Energy storage systems are in demand as never before. Billions of mobile telephones and tablets need electricity to go. Add to this the growing number of electric cars. But, high-performance batteries can also store renewable energy produced by wind turbines and solar cells so that it can be fed into the grid on cloudy and…

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