Renewable Energy

RENEWABLE ENERGY ARTICLES

Partners secure financing for 215 MW wind power project in Panama

12/17/2014

The World Bank-led financing provides $300 million for the project, which is expected to reach commercial operation in 2015

Southern Co. unit to expand solar development in Georgia

12/17/2014

The solar power facility will be constructed on a 911-acre site in Taylor County

PGE completes 267 MW Tucannon River Wind Farm

12/17/2014

Tucannon River Wind Farm is located on 20,000 acres near Dayton, Wash.

With more transmission, Nebraska could integrate 2 GW more wind power

12/16/2014 The state of Nebraska could benefit from developing an additional 5,000 to 10,000 MW of wind power, but this could require building out transmissio...

EDF confirms 400 MW Brazil hydro acquisition

12/15/2014

French energy firm EDF has secured a 51 percent stake in Brazil's 400 MW Sinop hydroelectric project from local developer Alupar 

PG&E chairman sees electric vehicles as an opportunity

12/15/2014 In an address to the Detroit Economic Club, Tony Earley, chairman, CEO and president of PG&E Corp., laid out a vision of an environmentally cle...

Vattenfall, Skandia partner on wind power

12/15/2014

The wind power projects will be run by a jointly owned company

Consumers Energy wind farm powers up

12/12/2014

With completion of Cross Winds, Consumers Energy now meets Michigan's renewable energy standard of 10 percent 

VIDEO: Duke Energy joins other stakeholders in solar net metering agreement in South Carolina

12/12/2014 The agreement is supported by utilities—including Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress—solar power businesses, environmental groups and o...

J.P. Morgan, First Wind strike wind farm agreement

12/11/2014

Route 66 is a 150 MW wind project under construction in Armstrong and Carson Counties near Amarillo, Texas 

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