Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

A few thoughts on selecting the right wind turbine for a windfarm

By Paul Dvorak Navjot Singh / Operations Manager / Tawanai EnergyTech Pvt. Ltd. / India Over the last decade or so, wind energy has emerged as one of the mainstream options for grid quality electricity generation. Since 2000 till end 2017, global wind power capacity has grown at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of…

Fake Minced Meat May Substantiate Base Reality Claim

By Jesper Berggreen This stuff looks and feels like meat to a degree that kind of scares me. There are even fine specks of white fatty bits in it, from coconut oil I guess. And by now, thoughts start bothering me about why this product has to be like the real thing? What is real…

What to consider when erecting a small wind turbine in Texas

By Paul Dvorak This article comes from the blog for Construction Law at the firm of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP and is authored by Mauricio Escobar. Mauricio Escobar For a state that leads the country in the production of crude oil and natural gas, one would be surprised to learn that Texas also leads…

A New Energy in Digital Marketing with Horizon Solar Power

By SPW Horizon Solar Power has served as a leading designer and installer of residential and commercial solar systems since 2008. Named among the Top 10 Top Solar Power Contractors in the United States, Horizon has grown from its modest beginnings in the southern California region to serving multiple states nationwide. Ruben Ugarte, Business Development…

AWEA releases statement on proposed steel tariffs

By Michelle Froese The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) issued the following statement in response to steel tariffs proposed by the Administration: In their statement, AWEA highlights the outcomes of implementing steel tariffs. “Steel tariffs will decrease competition and trade, ultimately making capital-intensive energy infrastructure projects more expensive by adding cost for U.S. manufacturers along…

Platte River seeks 20 MW of solar power, 5 MWh of storage

By Kathie Zipp Platte River Power Authority issued a request for proposals (RFP) for at least 20 MW of new solar energy capacity that could be added to its system, which serves Estes Park, Fort Collins, Longmont and Loveland. The RFP also called for up to 5 MWh of energy storage capacity. “Our municipal owners…

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