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project-syndicate.org - Michael R. Bloomberg & Damilola Ogunbiyi - Realizing Africa's Sustainable Energy Future | by Michael R. Bloomberg & Damilola Ogunbiyi
Realizing Africa's Sustainable Energy Future | by Michael R. Bloomberg & Damilola Ogunbiyi
Project Syndicate

NEW YORK – Growing economies and growing populations mean growing energy needs. The international community must collaborate with developing countries to meet those needs through universal access to energy that is affordable, reliable, and…

ft.com - David Stevenson - Alternative investments: how should you plan for a bear market?
Alternative investments: how should you plan for a bear market?
Financial Times

Funds tracking energy storage groups will probably lock in longer gains than those linked to resources Receive free Investing in funds updates We'll send you a myFT Daily Digest email rounding up the latest Investing in funds news every morning. We…

thedailystar.com - Guest Commentary: Solar, wind cannot meet New York's energy needs
Guest Commentary: Solar, wind cannot meet New York's energy needs
The Daily Star

The Climate Protection and Community Safety Act was passed in 2019. Since then, data from the independent grid operator, NYISO, shows we are using more fossil-fuel-generated electricity both from in-state power plants and neighboring states. It's…

renewableenergymagazine.com - Wind - Vestas introduces new V163-4.5 MW wind turbine - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism
Wind - Vestas introduces new V163-4.5 MW wind turbine - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism
renewableenergymagazine.com

The V163-4.5 MW features an 18 percent increase in swept area and delivers up to ten percent higher Annual Energy Production (AEP) at wind farm level compared to the V150-4.5 MW depending on site-specific conditions. With 80.1 metre blades, the…

eenews.net - David Iaconangelo - U.S. renewable industry sees 'unnecessary barriers' ahead
U.S. renewable industry sees 'unnecessary barriers' ahead
E&E News

Renewables are growing too slowly to meet the Biden administration's carbon-free grid goal, and trade groups are girding for a year of obstacles, according to a new U.S. industry report. Released by the American Clean Power Association (ACP) this…

sciencedaily.com - Improved wind forecasts save consumers millions in energy costs
Improved wind forecasts save consumers millions in energy costs
ScienceDaily

Utilities must be able to predict wind patterns accurately and far in advance to determine how much additional energy they must produce from other sources. A bad prediction can cost the utility a lot of money, and those costs are then passed on to…

un.org - Act now: learn what you can do to stop climate change!
Act now: learn what you can do to stop climate change!
United Nations

Eating more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds, and less meat and dairy, can significantly lower your environmental impact. Producing plant-based foods generally results in fewer greenhouse gas emissions and requires less…

click2houston.com - Texas Tribune - Texas power grid leaders say they're confident the lights will stay on this summer
Texas power grid leaders say they're confident the lights will stay on this summer
KPRC

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. Leaders of the Texas power grid tried to assure the public Tuesday that the state's grid is ready for summer, when they forecast…

newsy.com - Scott Withers - Delays, Politics Cause Blowback For U.S. Wind Projects
Delays, Politics Cause Blowback For U.S. Wind Projects
Newsy

Wind energy is powering the American renewable energy push. Just last year, the sector grew by almost 12 percent. There could have been much more growth, but 10 gigawatts of clean energy — about the equivalent of 200 projects — were…

eurekalert.org - An electric connection: Homes helping the grid
An electric connection: Homes helping the grid
EurekAlert!

Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have developed a control system that could make most of America's homes more capable partners in managing the nation's electricity resources. The control system effectively transforms…

nawindpower.com - ACP: Wind, Solar Energy Growth Must Accelerate to Attain Net Zero Grid by 2035
ACP: Wind, Solar Energy Growth Must Accelerate to Attain Net Zero Grid by 2035
North American Windpower

The American Clean Power Association 's (ACP) latest Clean Power Annual Market Report 2021 shows that wind, utility solar and battery storage power capacity in the U.S. topped 200 GW after 28.5 GW of clean energy projects came online in 2021.

eurasiareview.com - Improved Wind Forecasts Save Consumers Millions In Energy Costs
Improved Wind Forecasts Save Consumers Millions In Energy Costs
Eurasia Review

Wind energy is occupying an increasingly large share of the energy landscape, which comes with an increasing reliance on the intermittent nature of wind. Utilities must be able to predict wind patterns accurately and far in advance to determine how…

bloomberg.com - Eyk Henning - Siemens Energy Is Said to Plan Buyout Offer for Siemens Gamesa
Siemens Energy Is Said to Plan Buyout Offer for Siemens Gamesa
Bloomberg

Siemens Energy AG is planning a bid for the shares of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA it doesn't already own, a long-speculated step in its efforts to turn around the Spanish wind turbine maker, people familiar with the matter said. Siemens…

nydailynews.com - Voice of the People - Readers sound off on Chesa Boudin, the Buffalo shooting and Aaron Judge
Readers sound off on Chesa Boudin, the Buffalo shooting and Aaron Judge
New York Daily News

San Francisco: On June 7, San Francisco voters will determine the fate of embattled district attorney Chesa Boudin (“Two cop killers and their progressive progeny,” op-ed, May 10). The nation's eyes are fixed on our ultra-liberal…

wibw.com - Melissa Brunner - Riphahn files for chance at second term on Shawnee Co. Commission
Riphahn files for chance at second term on Shawnee Co. Commission
WIBW

Published: May. 17, 2022 at 4:38 PM CDT|Updated: 22 minutes ago TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - A Shawnee Co. commissioner wants to keep his seat. Bill Riphahn filed Tuesday for a second term in District 1. Riphahn joined the commission in 2019. Before that…

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