Daily Archives: March 19, 2017

Electric personal watercraft hits the market

Water sports enthusiasts of all levels looking to ride waterways off limits to gas-powered personal watercrafts will now have the freedom to ride where they could never go before, with the new electric-powered Gratis X1 from Free Form Factory. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Planning Commission tables talks on wind turbines #IN

By National Wind Watch The wooden pews were full Thursday night in the old Henry County circuit courtroom in anticipation of a public hearing about changes that could be made to the local industrial wind turbine ordinance. The Henry County Planning Commission decided to forego any action or discussion about wind turbines, however, and ended…

Labor warned wind farms would destabilise energy grid in 2009 #AUS

By National Wind Watch The State Government was warned eight years ago that generating more than 20 per cent of South Australia’s electricity using wind farms would destabilise the grid, documents reveal. Senator Nick Xenophon said it proved the state’s power crisis – which prompted Premier Jay Weatherill to announce a $550 million taxpayer-funded energy…

WV Senate votes to repeal wind turbine tax cut #WV

By National Wind Watch The West Virginia state Senate on Saturday voted to repeal a tax cut for wind power projects in the state. The body voted 25-6 to pass SB 16, which would revoke wind turbines’ classification in the tax code as pollution control facilities. Current law has turbines taxed at 5 percent of…

Top News of the Week, 13 – 19 March 2017

By Offshore Wind Siemens-Gamesa Merger Clears Final Hurdle The European Commission has cleared unconditionally under the EU Merger Regulation the proposed acquisition of wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa by Siemens. World’s First Offshore Wind Farm Passes into History DONG Energy has started dismantling the world’s first offshore wind farm, the 4.95MW Vindeby located in the Danish…

The Search For New Solar Fuels

By admin Once new materials are found using the simulation, then can be manufactured in very small amounts using an atomic sputtering technology The post The Search For New Solar Fuels appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

The Largest Solar Farm In Alabama Is Now Online

By Steve Hanley The River Bend solar farm in Alabama is now online and contributing about 75 megawatts of electricity to the TVA power grid in seven southern states. Every year, it will keep 100,000 tons of carbon out of the skies over the state. The Largest Solar Farm In Alabama Is Now Online was…

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