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Beatrice Comes Online delivering 588MW

June 10th, 2019|News|

Scotland has been working hard on its biggest ever windfarm, work began in 2016 on the farm named Beatrice. Its located 13km from Caithness coastlines.  Recently it has been announced that the last of the 84 turbines has now been installed. Compared to other wind farms Beatrice is in the top 4 in the [...]

Beatrice Comes Online delivering 588MW

June 10th, 2019|News|

Scotland has been working hard on its biggest ever windfarm, work began in 2016 on the farm named Beatrice. Its located 13km from Caithness coastlines.  Recently it has been announced that the last of the 84 turbines has now been installed. Compared to other wind farms Beatrice is in the top 4 in the [...]

UK Requires Robust New Renewables Policy to Protect Jobs

June 10th, 2019|News|

Government cuts to incentives and lack of a coherent long-term policy for the renewable industry have caused much stress and anxiety in the industry. Those who supply and install renewables have been put under significant strain after many schemes and incentives where cut or scrapped all together. A new issue has come to light [...]

UK Requires Robust New Renewables Policy to Protect Jobs

June 10th, 2019|News|

Government cuts to incentives and lack of a coherent long-term policy for the renewable industry have caused much stress and anxiety in the industry. Those who supply and install renewables have been put under significant strain after many schemes and incentives where cut or scrapped all together. A new issue has come to light [...]

Industrial Methane Emissions Far Higher Than Expected

Methane emissions from making fertilizer are 140 times greater than reported, according to researchers at Cornell and EDF. The implications for the planet are enormous. Source: Clean TechNew feed Industrial Methane Emissions Far Higher Than Expected

Industrial Methane Emissions Far Higher Than Expected

Methane emissions from making fertilizer are 140 times greater than reported, according to researchers at Cornell and EDF. The implications for the planet are enormous. Source: Clean TechNew feed Industrial Methane Emissions Far Higher Than Expected

US Solar Cell Innovators Tackle US Manufacturing Challenges

In the latest development, the agency's National Renewable Energy Laboratory has just launched the next stage of a national competition aimed at ramping up US solar cell manufacturing, which will chase even more coal out of the picture even more quickly Source: Clean TechNew feed US Solar Cell Innovators [...]

The Time Is Ripe For Aggregation Of Behind-The-Meter Assets

Demand response services are set for stormy growth as the amount of variable renewables in the electricity system increases, writes energy expert Fereidoon Sioshansi, publisher of the newsletter EEnergy Informer. Technology is no longer the obstacle, writes Sioshansi, regulation may be. He spoke with Pierre Bavis, founder of Voltalis, a successful [...]

June 9 Green Energy News

Headline News: “‘We All Owe Al Gore An Apology’: More People See Climate Change In Record Flooding” • A string of natural disasters has hit the central US in recent weeks, from tornadoes to heavy rainfall that floods fields, inundates homes and threatens levees. For many people, there is a [...]

Dedicated Bicycle Lanes Reduce Injuries & Fatalities

A new study finds dedicated bicycle lanes that keep bikes and cars physically separate can lead to dramatic decreases in injury and death for bicyclists. Source: Clean TechNew feed Dedicated Bicycle Lanes Reduce Injuries & Fatalities

June 8 Green Energy News

Headline News: “White House Blocked Intelligence Aide’s Written Testimony On Climate Change” • White House officials barred a State Department intelligence staffer from submitting written testimony this week to the House Intelligence Committee warning that human-caused climate change could be “possibly catastrophic.” [The Philadelphia Inquirer] Melting ice (Rodrigo ABD | [...]

Kentucky Craft Bash Reveals Full Lineup

On Saturday, June 22, at Louisville Waterfront Park’s Festival Plaza, the Kentucky Guild of Brewers will host its third annual beer festival, the Kentucky Craft Bash. We’re excited to invite you to this fest for brewers and beer lovers alike to benefit Kentucky craft beer. The KGB brewfest will be [...]

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