Monday, September 30, 2013

Google Alert - hydrogen, wind, power

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Hydrogen, now generated carbon-free, can either be: injected into the natural ... ENERTRAG operates a comprehensive service network for wind power plants in ...

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Google Alert - hydrogen, wind, power

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Wind-to-gas environmentalresearchweb (blog)

One of the big hopes for the future is the 'wind to gas' idea- using excess wind-derived electricity to produce hydrogen gas by electrolysis for storage and then ...

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Destabilization of Arctic Sea Ice Would Be "Game Over" for Climate

Korean scientists create biofuel from E. coli bacteria strain | The Raw Story

Friday, September 27, 2013

The World Today - Japan agrees to foreign help with Fukushima 25/09/2013

Climate Change Movement Shifts to Convey Urgency

In Depth: The Debate Over the EPA's New Carbon Capture Climate Scheme

The World Today - Japan agrees to foreign help with Fukushima 25/09/2013

Wind Power Falling Behind Solar; Could Renewables Save Utilities Billions?

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Could Renewable Energy Save Utilities Billions?
on 26 Sep 2013 by Joseph Bebon
Incorporating high levels of wind and solar power into the Western Interconnection grid, which includes 13 U.S. states and some parts of Canada and Mexico, could ultimately save utilities billions of dollars per year in fuel costs and reduce carbon emissions by one-third, finds a new report from the National [read more]
Market Slowdown Will Cause Wind To Fall Behind Solar For The First Time
on 26 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
This year is set to be the first in which solar has added more megawatts of capacity than wind, according to a new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). The report predicts that 33.8 GW of new onshore wind farms, plus 1.7 GW of offshore wind, will be added [read more]
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EDPR North America Drops 300 MW Wind Project In Oregon
on 26 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
EDP Renewables North America (EDPR) has asked regulators to withdraw its siting application for the Antelope Ridge wind farm, a 300 MW project the company had proposed in Oregon. According to a report in The Oregonian, EDPR's Antelope project manager, Sam Littlefield, said the move was a business decision due [read more]
Vestas Supplying 400 MW To Two Duke Energy Wind Projects In Texas
on 26 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
Duke Energy Renewables, a commercial business unit of Duke Energy, has announced it will build two large-scale wind power facilities in South Texas totaling 400 MW. Vestas will supply 200 V110-2.0 MW turbines for the projects, representing the company's largest turbine order globally since 2010. Duke Energy Renewables will build, [read more]
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power Buys 75 MW Nebraska Wind Project
on 26 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power has acquired and will develop the 75 MW Broken Bow 2 wind farm, located in Custer County, Neb. The company has also executed an agreement to purchase 43 1.7-MW General Electric wind turbines for the project. Construction is slated to begin in December, with commercial [read more]
EDPR Canada, Timberlands Company Plan 300 MW Of Wind Projects
on 26 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
TimberWest Forest Corp., a British Columbia-based timberlands company, and EDP Renewables Canada Ltd. (EDPR Canada) have entered into a partnership and propose to develop, build, and operate large-scale wind projects on southern Vancouver Island. The companies say the proposed projects present a unique opportunity to build power generation capacity on [read more]


CIT Arranges $36M Financing To 26 MW Project Constructed By Gestamp Wind
on 26 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
CIT Group Inc., a provider of financing and advisory services to small businesses and middle market companies, notes that it arranged a $36 million senior secured credit facility to Punta Lima LLC, owner of the 26 MW Punta Lima Wind Farm in Puerto Rico. The financing was structured through a [read more]
Wind Industry Makes Its Case At Ohio Statehouse
on 25 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
At the Ohio Statehouse on Tuesday, representatives from Vestas, Iberdrola Renewables, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) and Calvert Investments held a gathering to lay out the economic case for encouraging further renewable energy business development in Ohio, as lawmakers prepare to enter their last session for the year. They [read more]
IHS Report: Why Full-Power Wind Converters Aren't Overtaking The Market Yet
on 25 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
The global market for utility-scale onshore wind converters continues to be led by doubly fed (DFIG) converters, according to a new report from IHS Inc. DFIG converters are forecast to outpace full-conversion products by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.6% from 2012 to 2017, reaching more than 9,900 [read more]
Blade Manufacturer LM Wind Power To Expand Into South Africa
on 25 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
Wind turbine blade maker LM Wind Power has announced intentions to expand its manufacturing base to the African continent. In 2011, LM Wind Power signed a cooperation agreement with Industrial Development Corp. to jointly work to establish local manufacturing of blades in Africa. The company says it now has confirmed [read more]
Company Announces New Tech For Small Wind Turbines
on 25 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
Windtech Inc., a Minnesota-based wind power generation equipment company, has announced exclusive rights to patented Zero Contact Transmission (ZCT) drive technology for small wind (<250 kW) power generation applications. The company says applying ZCT technology in wind turbines helps overcome production limitations of direct-drives and gearbox issues. "Because the ZCT [read more]
NextEra Energy Canada Completes 124.4 MW Wind Farm In Ontario
on 25 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
NextEra Energy Canada has announced that subsidiary Summerhaven Wind LP has achieved commercial operation at its 124.4 MW Summerhaven Wind Energy Centre. The wind farm, located in Haldimand County, Ontario, comprises 56 turbines. Development on the Summerhaven Wind Energy Centre began in 2006, and the project received a Renewable Energy [read more]
EPA Honors 24 Organizations For Green Power Efforts
on 25 Sep 2013 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has presented its 13th annual Green Power Leadership Awards to 21 Green Power Partners and three suppliers for their achievements in advancing the nation's renewable electricity market. The EPA defines green power as electricity that is generated from renewable resources, such as solar, wind, [read more]

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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Launching the Next Phase of Our Movement at Power Shift

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We've been working hard to prepare for Power Shift 2013 in Pittsburgh this fall, and now the lineup is really coming together. Today we've got both an exciting announcement and an extra special deal:

On Sunday, October 20th, Bill McKibben and friends will present a special keynote that will launch the next phase of the Keystone XL fight!

We've just confirmed Bill's keynote, and we're super excited. This is going to be so much more than a talk: Bill will be joined by amazing leaders from across the movement, and the evening will include musical guests, multimedia, and more. We'll talk about how far the fight to stop Keystone XL has come, how it's tied to fossil fuel divestment and the larger movement for climate justice, and where we all go from here. Think last year's Do the Math tour, but with a focus on Keystone -- and with an audience of 10,000 activists! Will you be there with us?

Click here to register for Power Shift 2013:

If you register today or tomorrow, use the code "BFF" for a reduced price of $50. Seriously, that's a really good deal -- make all your BFF's register too!

We've come a long way in the past year. How far? Check out this great new video from student filmmaker and activist Alex Leff:

Power Shift 2013 is going to be an amazing gathering of folks from around the country. There will be mountain top removal fighters from West Virginia, fracktivists from Pennsylvania, pipeline blockaders from Texas, divestment campaigners from California, and dream defenders from Florida. We're one movement, and this is our chance to act like one.

Power Shift is for young changemakers -- and for the young at heart. All of you are welcome, and we really hope you can join us in Pittsburgh.

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Google Alert - hydrogen, wind, power

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New solar energy system breaks ground in California Hydrogen Fuel News

The state is already considered a leader in terms of solar energy, but it has been growing more accommodating of wind energy and hydrogen fuel as well.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Mexican Communities Resist Environmentally Destructive Canadian Mining Companies

Ecuador’s Campaign: "The Dirty Hand of Chevron"

Mexican Communities Resist Environmentally Destructive Canadian Mining Companies

Life at the End of the Line - Drawing the Line on Tar Sands in Houston's East End

Global Warming About to Claim Three Quarters of a Billion People

Climate Deniers Threaten the Lives of Our Children

Google’s $168 million Mohave desert solar gamble gets green light | The Raw Story

Omega Sustainability Conference Live Stream

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