By Allison Leahy on May 25, 2011
New rule approved by Obama administration could speed up offshore wind projects by up to a year.
Category: Renewable energy | Tags: BOEMRE, cape wind, department of interior, department of the interior, doi, ken salazar, obama, offshore wind, offshore wind energy, offshore wind farms, offshore wind power, offshore wind projects, salazar, wind, wind energy, wind power | 1
By Timothy Hurst on November 8, 2010
According to recent a recent UK poll, the older a person is, the more likely it is they will oppose a wind power project near their home.
By Levi Novey on February 15, 2010
Last week Peru’s government approved wind, solar, micro hydro, and biomass energy projects that will add 500 megawatts of clean, renewable energy, meeting 12% of the current electricity needs of the country.
Category: Energy, Renewable energy | Tags: alternative energy, biomass, clean energy, Climate Change, glaciers, global warming, hydroelectric, offshore wind, Peru, Piura, Renewable energy, solar energy, solar power, wind energy, wind power | 1
By Timothy Hurst on August 23, 2009
As the temperature in Boston climbed to 95 degrees and New England’s electric demand reached its peak so far this year on Tuesday afternoon, the sea breeze on Nantucket Sound would have allowed Cape Wind to supply 300 megawatts of electricity during that crucial hour, according to data collected at Cape Wind’s Scientific Data Tower in Nantucket Sound.