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Archive for September 2015

Mule Train Used to Haul Equipment to Rem

September 30, 2015

Mule Train Used to Haul Equipment to Remote California Hydro Plant http://ow.ly/34PpAJ

Xcel Energy Breaks Ground on 200-MW Wind

September 29, 2015

Xcel Energy Breaks Ground on 200-MW Wind Farm in North Dakota http://ow.ly/34Miy3

Engineering Student Develops Prototype T

September 26, 2015

Engineering Student Develops Prototype That Stores ‘Mechanical Spillage’ from Wind Turbines http://ow.ly/34Fh9T

Public Hearing Planned for Williams Coun

September 25, 2015

Public Hearing Planned for Williams County Wind Farm – The North Dakota Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing in Tioga next month on a proposal to build a wind farm in Williams County. http://ow.ly/34Cvz1

Feds to Lease Offshore Windmill Sites Of

September 24, 2015

Feds to Lease Offshore Windmill Sites Off New Jersey Coast – The federal government plans to lease nearly 344,000 acres of the ocean floor off the coast of New Jersey to companies interested in building offshore windmills to generate electricity. http://ow.ly/34zzBe

Ener-Core Technology Converting Californ

September 23, 2015

Ener-Core Technology Converting California Landfill Gas to Clean Energy http://ow.ly/34wxUN

‘Wind Lens’ Boosts Efficiency of Wind

September 22, 2015

‘Wind Lens’ Boosts Efficiency of Wind Turbine Blades – Researchers at the University of Kettering in Flint, Michigan are assessing  a ‘wind lens’ which they say improves the efficiency of wind turbine blades. http://ow.ly/34tmCa

ConEdison Development Acquires 50-Percen

September 18, 2015

ConEdison Development Acquires 50-Percent Interest in 240-MW AC Solar Farm http://ow.ly/34iUN6

Sempra Adding 100 MW of Green Energy to

September 17, 2015

Sempra Adding 100 MW of Green Energy to Total Capacity of its Mesquite Solar Complex http://ow.ly/34fwmV

Rutland, Vt. Becomes ‘Solar Capital of

September 16, 2015

Rutland, Vt. Becomes ‘Solar Capital of New England’ – Officials with Green Mountain Power, Vermont’s biggest utility, have been working for years to change the way the city of 16,500 produces and uses electricity. http://ow.ly/34cbCC