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Colombia announces the first offshore wind energy tender

The Colombian Ministry of Mining and Energy has launched the country’s first offshore wind lease round and expects to grant permits for the use of marine areas in the second half of 2023. The Colombian government published a resolution early last week that establishes the rules, requirements and conditions for bidding procedures for marine areas, … Continue reading Colombia announces the first offshore wind energy tender

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Hong Kong Power to Seek Approval for Offshore Wind Farm

Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings Ltd. will submit an offshore wind project for approval as it seeks to capitalize on falling renewable energy costs and as surging prices of fossil fuels bite. CLP, one of the two main electricity generators in the city, will seek government consent for the project in a forthcoming development plan, Chief … Continue reading Hong Kong Power to Seek Approval for Offshore Wind Farm

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Green hydrogen plant to decarbonize UK’s largest freight port

The company will invest some 170 million euros in this facility, which will supply clean hydrogen to vehicles and machinery at the port of Felixtowe (England). The plant, which will be operational in 2026, will produce 14,000 tonnes of renewable H2 per year in the first phase and may double its capacity in the future. … Continue reading Green hydrogen plant to decarbonize UK’s largest freight port

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Iberdrola teams up with Minsait to detect fires in the vicinity of power lines

Iberdrola, through i-DE’s Global Smart Grids Innovation Hub (GSGIH), and Minsait are joining forces to fight fires. The Indra subsidiary is developing a solution that will enable the early detection of fires in the vicinity of power lines and alert i-DE’s Distribution Operation Centres, which will send the alarm to the Fire Brigade. To do … Continue reading Iberdrola teams up with Minsait to detect fires in the vicinity of power lines

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EIA: U.S. Sees 13 Percent Increase in Wind Power Production in 2020

In 2020, energy production in the United States fell by record amounts compared with 2019, mostly as a result of decreased economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Wyoming had the largest drop in total energy production among the states, decreasing by 1,264 trillion British thermal units, mostly due to decreased coal production. Seven states saw … Continue reading EIA: U.S. Sees 13 Percent Increase in Wind Power Production in 2020

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“Chào m?ng”, EGP Vietnam: a new company is born

We say welcome in the local language to our new EGP country: Vietnam. Business operations in this southeast Asian nation only began a few months ago, but we have already achieved some great results. In this interview, our Head of Business Development, Asia-Pacific region, Chung Gu Yoon, talks about the exciting challenges that lie ahead. … Continue reading “Chào m?ng”, EGP Vietnam: a new company is born

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Dominion Energy Receives Approval from Virginia 2,6 GW Offshore Wind Power Project

Up to $6 billion in fuel savings possible for customers during project’s first decade of operation, if ongoing commodity pressures continue Wind farm will generate enough clean, renewable energy to power up to 660,000 homes. Dominion Energy reached a major milestone in the development of the 2.6-gigawatt Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) project by receiving … Continue reading Dominion Energy Receives Approval from Virginia 2,6 GW Offshore Wind Power Project

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Capital Energy promotes wind power in Soria

Capital Energy promotes wind power in SoriaCapital Energy signs two new Territory Projects in Soria with the municipalities of Serón de Nágima and Torlengua.Both agreements are linked to the development of the Pedrecha and San Cristóbal wind farms and the line that will join the Pedrecha and Terrer substations This initiative combines the company’s contribution … Continue reading Capital Energy promotes wind power in Soria

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What Is Concentrated Solar Power?

What exactly is concentrated solar-thermal power (CSP) and how does it work? Mirrors are used in CSP technologies to reflect and concentrate sunlight onto a receiver. In the receiver, the energy from concentrated sunlight heats a high-temperature fluid. This heat, also known as thermal energy, can be used to generate electricity by spinning a turbine … Continue reading What Is Concentrated Solar Power?

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Australia unveils six offshore regions with offshore wind energy potential

Public consultation on the proposed Gippsland coastal area for Bass Strait will begin immediately, as the newly installed government of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese works with communities, environmental groups, industry and the maritime sector to ensure that communities participate appropriately in the establishment of offshore wind. The other regions that have been designated are the … Continue reading Australia unveils six offshore regions with offshore wind energy potential

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ACP Celebrates Historic Clean Energy and Climate Victory with Senate Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

Heather Zichal, CEO of the American Clean Power Association, today applauded the Senate for passing the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA). The IRA provides unprecedented multi-year policy certainty for clean energy:  “This is the vote heard around the world. It puts America on a path to creating 550,000 new clean energy jobs while reducing … Continue reading ACP Celebrates Historic Clean Energy and Climate Victory with Senate Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

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Clearing up falsehoods surrounding wind turbines

It is Erie County Legislator John Mills who is muddying the waters. The simple answer to his concerns is that no, wind turbines would not negatively affect our area’s drinking water. The idea that it would rest on falsehoods (i.e., lies) which have been repeated so many times, they start to sound like facts. Lake … Continue reading Clearing up falsehoods surrounding wind turbines

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Philippines’ bid to increase the share of wind energy

The Philippines’ bid to increase the share of renewable energy among its sources got a boost following the awarding of a grant by the US government to a local firm to develop up to three-gigawatt wind power capacity. In a briefing on Saturday, US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken highlighted the importance of coordination … Continue reading Philippines’ bid to increase the share of wind energy

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Colombia to launch offshore wind energy tender

The first round of contracts to install wind turbines in offshore wind farms is due to be awarded in the second half of 2023. Colombia will hold a competitive bidding process for offshore wind contracts within 18 months as it seeks to harness up to 50 GW of potential in its northern region. coast, the … Continue reading Colombia to launch offshore wind energy tender

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UAE’s Masdar to work on solar and wind power projects in Tanzania

Masdar signed an agreement today to develop renewable energy projects in Tanzania. The deal between Masdar and the Tanzania Electric Supply Company specifies they will work on two energy projects that will ultimately produce 2,000 megawatts of solar and onshore wind power, Masdar said in a press release. Why it matters: The United Arab Emirates … Continue reading UAE’s Masdar to work on solar and wind power projects in Tanzania

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Energy security: France takes emergency measures to boost wind and solar

France gets around 20% of its electricity from renewable sources – 8% from wind energy, but it needs more to meet its climate goals while reinforcing energy security.  The war in Ukraine and disruptions in its conventional electricity generation fleet are putting France’s energy system under stress.  The French Government is taking unprecedented steps to … Continue reading Energy security: France takes emergency measures to boost wind and solar

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It’s a Big Deal for Job Growth and for a Clean Energy Future

On July 27, news whipsawed the nation’s capital as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chair Joe Manchin announced a compromise agreement and path forward on a comprehensive package of clean energy investments. Announced as the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), this bill represents the single largest investment in renewable … Continue reading It’s a Big Deal for Job Growth and for a Clean Energy Future

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Glenrothes MP visits Markinch Biomass Power Station to understand RWE’s hydrogen plans

Local Glenrothes MP Peter Grant recently visited Markinch CHP biomass plant to understand the exciting development opportunities between RWE and Scottish gas distribution company SGN. The partnership is to investigate the feasibility of supplying green hydrogen for heating Scottish businesses and homes, produced at the power station site. The visit follows a recent agreement between … Continue reading Glenrothes MP visits Markinch Biomass Power Station to understand RWE’s hydrogen plans

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Iberdrola will take control of the operation of Vineyard Wind I

The company will take over the asset management and maintenance of the 800 MW facility following the agreement reached with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners. •    The facility will begin supplying clean energy to more than 400,000 Massachusetts homes and businesses by 2023.  Iberdrola has reached an agreement to take over management of the assets and operation … Continue reading Iberdrola will take control of the operation of Vineyard Wind I

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European consumers want more renewable power to ease climate and affordability concerns

New research into public attitudes and concerns about energy, commissioned by Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable power, found that three quarters of the 18,000+ respondents say they’re worried about the negative effects of climate change, and they want more renewable power to help address their pressing concerns. In southern European countries where extreme heatwaves … Continue reading European consumers want more renewable power to ease climate and affordability concerns

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