Daily Archives: August 21, 2019

Regional Co-operation could unleash West Africa’s Power Potential

By Fiona Gleeson There are vast energy resources in West Africa: plentiful natural gas, hydropower and huge solar resources. but maximising power generation in the region has been hampered by a lack of cooperation between the region’s countries. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective –…

Development of Biogas in Colombia: Phase 1 Legislation

By Niyireth Torres Currently this is the ideal time to promote the progression of biogas for urban utilization in Colombia. Global power markets are in favor of sustainable infrastructure, with trends that suggest a permanent shift towards natural gas and renewable. An indication of this shift is the growth of electrification of the world’s secondary…

The U.S. leads global petroleum and natural gas production with record growth in 2018 – Today in Energy – U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

By Matt Chester U.S. petroleum and natural gas production increased by 16% and by 12%, respectively, in 2018, and these totals combined established a new production record. The United States surpassed Russia in 2011 to become the world’s largest producer of natural gas and surpassed Saudi Arabia in 2018 to become the world’s largest producer…

Best Solar Companies in California

By Ryan Austin How To Find The Best Solar Installation Companies in California When it comes to solar, California is king. The state boasts an incredible 1,322 solar installers – far more than any other state – so you’ve got huge options, but… Read More The post Best Solar Companies in California appeared first on…

Sizing Up the Corporate Renewables Market

By [email protected] Anyone watching the recent explosion of demand for renewable power from corporations like Facebook, Walmart and even ExxonMobil will have wondered: How far can this go? Much, much further, is the short answer. For all its recent gains, the corporate renewables market is likely in its very early innings, according to a new…

NREL field trials validate wind-turbine wake steering impacts

By Michelle Froese NREL’s experimental design for the wake steering field campaign incorporated lidar measurements of atmospheric conditions. (Photo by Andrew Scholbrock; NREL) With funding from the Department of Energy, the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) has developed the FLOw Redirection and Induction in Steady State (FLORIS) model to help wind plant operators optimize turbine…

In North Carolina, novel legal maneuver deployed against Atlantic Coast Pipeline

By ENN Contributor WRITTEN BY Elizabeth OuztsPHOTO BY EcoRobesonDonna Chavis (left) and other American Indians protest the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.A little-known administrative rule allows state officials to cancel environmental certificates if conditions change.With the Atlantic Coast Pipeline mired in federal lawsuits and its construction stalled indefinitely, North Carolina environmental advocates are.. Click headline for full…

EnergyHub partners with Oracle on comprehensive smart power integration for utility customers

By Kelsey Misbrener EnergyHub announced a collaboration with Oracle Utilities to help energy providers intelligently incorporate distributed energy resources (DERs) into their customer engagement and distribution network operations. The two companies are teaming to supercharge enrollment in bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs, create a connected utility experience for customers, and enable utility distribution operators to integrate DERs…

New York Siting Board approves 101.8-MW Eight Point Wind project

By Michelle Froese The New York State Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment (Siting Board) granted approval to Eight Point Wind LLC to build and operate a wind farm facility in Steuben County, New York. The Siting Board’s decision follows a rigorous review and public participation process to ensure that the wind farm…

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