Blog posts tagged in Wind economy
The renewable energy market is steadily growing in an African continent that can pride itself to possess in abundance a good mix of resources – sun, water, biomass and wind. Although far less uniformly distributed than the well documented solar resources, Africa with a large coastline still has one ...
A new report shows 2.5 million Americans now work in the clean energy field—and that number is quickly growing.
The clean energy revolution means we’re getting more renewable power from the wind and sun, doing more with less waste in our workplaces and homes, and building some of the best all-elect...
Governments are still spending billions on nuclear research, writes Paul Brown - but 2015 looks like being an unhappy year for the industry as it continues to shrink while renewables grow, amid massive delays and cost over-runs.
With nuclear power falling ever further behind renewables as a global ...
Green energy co-operatives are enjoying a renaissance in the Ontario power market.
In several cities and towns in southern and southwestern Ontario you'll see large buildings or fields with solar-panel arrays, with some wind farms dotting the landscape.
Often those projects are the creations of co...
New wind farms have a longer economic lifespan than gas-turbine power stations, according to fresh research that also dismisses claims that ageing wind installations are a bad investment.
The UK has a target of generating 15 per cent of the nation's energy from renewable resources such as wind farm...
Colorado's wind industry is thriving but far-flung
By John Young
A windmill near the Pawnee Buttes at Pawnee National Grasslands. (Denver Post file)
PEETZ — A tumbleweed darts across the highway. By most definitions, this heralds one's arrival at nowhere. Instead, in this case, ...