Daily Archives: April 28, 2020

Cherry Tree wind farm delivers first generation to Victorian grid

By Sophie Vorrath The 57MW Cherry Tree wind farm near Seymour delivers first power to the grid to grid in Victoria, just under two months after last of the project’s turbines were installed. The post Cherry Tree wind farm delivers first generation to Victorian grid appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more…

Simec Atlantis completes “mammoth” tidal turbine build in Wuhan

By Joshua S Hill Simec Atlantis has completed the installation of mammoth tidal stream turbine, boasting a rotor diameter of 18 metres, in the Zhoushan archipelago in China. The post Simec Atlantis completes “mammoth” tidal turbine build in Wuhan appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Solaris to Introduce 15 Meter Electric Bus

This year, Solaris will introduce a 15-meter Urbino version to the electric bus portfolio. Up until now, the “electric offer” of Solaris encompassed only city buses, the 15-meter version of the Urbino will also meet requirements of inter-city transport. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Advanced Nuclear Fuel Developers Cite Progress

By Dan Yurman CNL & Moltex Energy Partner on SMR Fuel ResearchLightbridge Signs Cooperative R&D Agreement with DOE / GAIN at INLBWXT Meets Technical Milestones Towards Production of TRISO Fuel ElementsCanadian National Laboratory Partners with Molten Salt Reactor FirmA new research project will explore innovative fuel processing and development. It is funded through CNL’s Canadian…

Recipe for cheaper electricity? Try 90 per cent renewables by 2040

By Sophie Vorrath Energy minister Angus Taylor said “too much” wind and solar would push up prices. Experience, and new modelling, shows the opposite is true. The post Recipe for cheaper electricity? Try 90 per cent renewables by 2040 appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Harley-Davidson Stands Behind Electric Motorcycle Bet Despite COVID-19 Headwinds

By [email protected] Harley-Davidson, the iconic American motorcycle maker, reaffirmed its commitment to electric models this week in a first-quarter earnings call overshadowed by COVID-19. The company launched its first electric motorcycle, the $29,799 LiveWire, last August. “We’ll expand our profitable iconic heritage bikes to excite our existing customers,” CEO Jochen Zeitz told investors this week….

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