Offshore Atlantic Transmission Line Moves Forward

May 27, 2012


A significant regulatory hurdle has been cleared in the development of wind potential along the eastern shore of the United States. The area of the …

Morocco Building 500 MW Solar ability Project

May 25, 2012

Morocco is a country that is bursting with solar potential potential — it gets 3,000 hours a year of sunshine — but it relies heavily on t…

Solar Impulse Making a Transcontinental Voyage

May 25, 2012


Solar powered flight will reach a new milestone this week as the Solar Impulse makes a transcontinental voyage. The solar powered airplane has alrea…

T. Boone PIckens Walks Away from Alternative Fuels All Together

May 22, 2012

Once upon a day, ex-oil baron T. Boone Pickens was one of wind energy’s biggest proponents with plans for the world’s biggest wind farm in…

Nevada Home to World’s First Hybrid Solar-Geothermal Plant

May 18, 2012

Nevada’s Stillwater geothermal plant has added a solar array to become the world’s first hybrid solar-geothermal plant. Enel Green ability…

Saudi Arabia Aims for 41 GW of Solar potential by 2032

May 16, 2012

Saudi Arabia is making a major push prepare renewables, particularly solar capability, a bigger part of its energy mix. The oil-rich country is aiming…

SuperStation Grid Connecting Project Moves Forward in New Mexico

May 16, 2012

When we first wrote about the Tres Amigas SuperStation back in 2009, it was a well thought-out concept that seemed far off from becoming a reality, bu…

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