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Greenhouse power plants under development at NC State

  • 2016-09-28 04:28:55
  • David Flin
Researchers from North Carolina State University (NC State) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) in the USA are launching a project to develop next generation greenhouses with built-in solar cells that make use of the entire spectrum of solar light.

Energy volatility, now

  • 2016-09-26 12:46:28
  • Junior Isles

Andy Dewis, VP energy and sustainability services, Schneider Electric

With the ongoing dip in crude oil prices, it is natural to assume that utility prices would follow a similar, downward trajectory. Yet electricity prices remain stagnant.

France: Pioneering Lower-Carbon Solar Energy

  • 2016-09-26 12:46:28

Andreas Wade, Global Director, First Solar

In recent months, news about the solar energy industry was dominated by headlines describing record-breaking tariffs, reflecting the fast declining price of solar electricity. And while the focus has been on the attractive economics of utility-scale solar, it is often taken for granted that solar energy is inherently environmentally sustainable and that its carbon credentials don’t require scrutiny.

Green energy must be cheaper than fossil energy

  • 2016-09-26 12:46:28

By Henrik Poulsen, CEO, DONG Energy

More than 80 per cent of the world's energy supply comes from coal, oil and gas. There is a general consensus that CO2 emissions place a strain on our climate, yet our inability to set a proper price on these emissions means that it is still far too cheap to pollute. The costs of our inaction are already all too clear. At current emissions rates, the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change expects that global temperatures will rise by two degrees compared to pre-industrial levels, even before 2040.

Vattenfall’s bid cuts offshore wind cost

  • 2016-09-14 04:39:05
  • David Flin
Vattenfall of Sweden has won a tender to build two offshore wind farms with a record-breaking bid of €60 ($67.33) per MWh, 20 per cent lower than the previous record set by Dong Energy in July.

Australia to triple solar power capacity

  • 2016-09-09 04:30:27
  • David Flin
The Australian Government has said it will help fund a dozen large-scale solar projects worth $770 million, as it looks to boost the use of clean power.

Siemens to supply 64 wind turbines for 147 MW onshore project in USA

  • 2016-08-31 06:26:37
  • David Flin

Siemens has won an order to supply, install, and commission 64 onshore wind turbines for the 147 MW Grand Plains Wind Project in Oklahoma, USA.

Toshiba Corporation to invest in Uganda’s geothermal power

  • 2016-08-29 06:45:58
  • David Flin

Toshiba Corporation has signed an MOU with Uganda’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (MEMD) on a comprehensive partnership in geothermal power.

GE’s digital wind farm unlocks higher production for two wind farms in Japan

  • 2016-08-29 06:07:30
  • David Flin

GE Renewable Energy announced that it has secured five-year Digital Wind Farm services contracts for two aging wind farms in central Japan.

Japanese government donates solar power equipment to Nigeria

  • 2016-08-25 05:59:32
  • David Flin

The Japanese government, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has donated solar power equipment worth $9.7 million to the Nigerian federal government as part of its efforts to boost electricity production in Nigeria.