Daily Archives: May 26, 2017

WINDPOWER 2017 closes with an eye on 2020

By Michelle Froese American wind power’s future growth will be driven by a diverse range of customers and trends. Leaders representing a corporate purchaser, deregulated utility, a public utility commissioner, and a wind developer, discussed a few of those trends – demand from diverse customers, transmission expansion, falling costs, and storytelling – on the closing…

UK Breaks Solar Power Record AGAIN On May 26

By Steve Hanley The UK set another solar power record on May 26, the second time this month that has happened. On that sunny day, nearly a quarter of all the electricity on the grid came from solar panels. UK Breaks Solar Power Record AGAIN On May 26 was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read…

Has BMW Killed The i5 EV Project? Rumors Abound

By James Ayre Rumors are now going around that BMW has killed off the i5 electric vehicle project. These rumors seem to have originated with “unnamed sources” at BMW, according to BMWBlog, so who knows if they are actually true or not at this point Has BMW Killed The i5 EV Project? Rumors Abound was…

China Activates World’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant

By Steve Hanley The world’s largest floating solar power plant is now operations in Anhui province in China, formerly one of the largest coal producing regions in that country. China Activates World’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email…

Siemens intros 2 MW, natural-gas powered generators

By Paul Dvorak Editor’s note: The generators introduced here would compliment well the output of a wind farm so as to make its natural variability invisible. Siemens has launched a natural gas engine E-series with a power output of two megawatts. It includes the SGE-86EM for the 50-Hz market and the SGE-100EM for the 60-Hz…

Low-voltage switching and protection strategies for wind turbines

By Paul Dvorak This article comes from the ABB Review and is authored by Antonio Fidigatti, Paolo Baroncelli, Marco Carminati, and Enrico Ragaini Wind turbines come in different designs, each with its own electrical behavior that needs a unique approach when it comes to switching and protection. A review of the three most common turbine…

Trump Campaign Used Social Media Manipulation, Says The Guardian

By Carolyn Fortuna Exposes from The Guardian point to the Trump presidential bid win as a product of social media manipulation Trump Campaign Used Social Media Manipulation, Says The Guardian was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter. Read…

Report: There’s an Auto Industry Death Spiral Coming

By [email protected] Over the next 15 years, the American auto industry will face a death spiral of epic proportions that will lead to plummeting demand, cratering profits and slumping sales. Car dealerships and sales of traditional gasoline-powered cars will both evaporate. Those findings are delivered by a research report released earlier this month from analyst…

Government of Canada to develop a national Zero-Emissions Vehicle strategy by 2018

The Government of Canada is moving forward with provincial and territorial partners, industry and stakeholders, to develop a national strategy to increase the number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVS)—battery electric, plug-in hybrid, and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles—on Canadian roads by 2018.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles

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