Maine Department of Environmental Protection issues draft wind energy act rules

The draft rules include standards for evaluating scenic impacts, limits on shadow flicker, provisions related to public safety, and requirements for demonstrating significant tangible benefits.

BayWa r.e. sells its Montana Project to Con Edison

Con Edison Development (CED), one of America’s largest owners and operators of renewable energy infrastructure projects, has announced the acquisition of Big Timber Wind, LLC, a 25-MW wind project that will provide Montana residents with low-cost electricity.

Transmission opens pathways for wind

The proposed Sagamore and Hale Wind Projects and their transmission lines would also reduce carbon emissions substantially.

Senate’s Version of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” Is Good News for Energy Renewables

Significantly, the Senate Plan does not modify the PTC or the ITC, which is consistent with public statements made by several Senate Republicans since the House Plan was released.

Romeo Power Technology inaugurates the west coast’s first dedicated electric vehicle battery pack manufacturing facility

Romeo Power Technology’s new factory for making battery packs, is slated to produce 1-gigawatt hour by end of year and will quadruple capacity by 2018 to 4-gigawatt hours.

Make Consulting’s offers a 2017 Wind Turbine O&M list

MAKE’s 2017 Global Wind Turbine O&M Report is a 70+ page report containing over 140 charts, tables and graphs providing an in-depth analysis of global wind power services market and strategies.

Full range of Timken deep-groove ball bearings now available

Timken deep groove ball bearings follow ISO standards and are dimensionally interchangeable with competitor products. Designed to deliver optimal performance and long life.

Ohio’s overly restrictive wind setback law is putting billions in new in-state investment at risk

In June 2014, without public testimony or justification, Ohio passed a statewide property line setback law for wind power development that is one of the most stringent in the nation and far exceeds more common property lines setbacks implemented across the country.

Bright renewable energy future in UK & Germany to create new power systems & flexibility challenge

As wind and solar become the cheapest options for power generation, the race is on to develop and deploy the flexible resources that will complement them.

World Energy Outlook 2017 finds a world in transformation

Global energy demand is 30% higher by 2040 – but still half as much as it would have been without efficiency improvements.