Renewable energy sources accounted for 41.14 percent of new electrical generating capacity installed in October and 46.22 percent for the first 10 months of 2012, according to the latest Energy Infrastructure Update report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Office of Energy Projects.
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Massachusetts’ largest wind energy farm is nearing completion. Gov. Deval Patrick and state Energy and state energy officials on Monday visited the 19-turbine Hoosac Wind Power project in the western Massachusetts towns of Florida and Monroe. For more on this story, visit: Mass. Gov. celebrates wind energy farm – Connecticut Post.
GRAND FALLS TOWNSHIP, Maine AP — Maine’s environmental commissioner has accepted a recommendation to reject an application to build a 14-turbine wind farm on Passadumkeag Mountain in Penobscot County. The Department of Environmental Protection’s recommendation went to DEP Commissioner Patricia Aho. The DEP staff said the proposed windmills would mar the region’s scenery. For more
After eight months of standing idle, the most prominent wind turbines in Rhode Island are about to start spinning.
Opponents of the planned wind farms in Colebrook have lost their case in state Superior Court, as a judge said their claims that the six turbines, as tall as a 40-story building, would not unduly hurt the environment or harm the neighbors. For more on this story, visit: Wind Farm Opponents Lose Cases In Colebrook
New Britain Superior Court Judge Henry Cohn has rejected opponents’ claims that the six turbines proposed for Colebrook would unduly hurt the environment or harm neighbors.
As many as 37,409 jobs could be created from the more than 70 major clean energy projects announced across the United States during the second quarter of 2012, according to the latest quarterly Clean Energy Jobs Roundup from Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2), the national group of business leaders who advocate for sound economic and environmental policies.
16 January 2012 – As the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All kicked off today, United Nations officials called on governments, the private sector and civil society to help expand energy access, improve efficiency and increase the use of renewables. Globally, one person in five still lacks access to modern electricity and twice that
General Electric Co’s Jeff Immelt worries the United States may lose ground to China in the renewable energy sector because it is not prepared to invest in solar, wind and other technologies on the same scale. But the chief executive of the largest U.S. conglomerate said his company remains undaunted and will continue to work
Upon reading this story, doesn’t one have to wonder where the heck the U.S. is in all this? Something just makes me feel we’re a little behind the times. Anyone else have any thoughts? General Electric Co., the world’s biggest maker of power-generating equipment, invested $58 million to build a greenhouse on the Italian island
General Electric will supply 300.8 megawatts of wind turbines for two wind farms currently being built in Illinois by a subsidiary of Germany’s E.ON AG.
A South Norwalk electricity supplier is betting that Americans are willing to spend a little more for the electricity they use if it comes from a renewable source. Click on this environmental headline for more information about South Norwalk-based North American Wind Power’s latest investment!
The war over America’s coastal-energy future has officially begun, and the result could determine whether we see wind turbines or catastrophic oil spills along our coastlines in coming years, Grist reports.
Senior Michael Marshall has explored the feasibility of wind-generated power on the ConnCollege campus. He presented his research to a small but engrossed audience in Olin on the afternoon of April 29.
An updated version of Reagan’s action was Sarah Palin’s “Drill, baby, drill.” Now there is another battle cry being heard throughout the country and especially in New England: “Spin, baby spin.” Wind energy proposals in the Connecticut towns of Prospect and Colebrook have stirred much discussion. Some who live near the projected sites are calling
Google has signed an agreement to invest in the development of a backbone transmission project off the Mid-Atlantic coast that offers a solid financial return while helping to accelerate offshore wind development.