Bermuda General Agency has purchased two 20 MW wave parks from Seabased AB of Sweden. The company hopes to pivot the power source of the Caribbean islands from fossil fuels to renewable, sustainable energy from the ocean waves to the grid.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry announced on December 12th $18.5 million in new Department of Energy (DOE) funding for an offshore wind research and development consortium that will conduct U.S.-specific research aimed at reducing the cost of offshore wind in the U.S.
ExxonMobil and Renewable Energy Group (REG) have announced that by utilizing REG’s patented fermentation technology, the companies’ joint research program has demonstrated the ability to convert sugars from a variety of non-edible biomass sources into biodiesel.
Tri Global Energy, a leading U.S. originator and developer of utility-scale wind energy projects, has maintained its first-place position as the leading developer of wind energy projects under construction in Texas.
Recurrent Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc., has begun commercial operation of the 71 MWac/92 MWp IS-42 solar photovoltaic project, located in Cumberland County, North Carolina.
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In under six months, SunPower completed the installation of a Texas-sized, 8.79-megawatt solar system spanning across four parking garages at Toyota Motor North America’s new 100-acre headquarters in Plano, Texas.
The FORESEA (Funding Ocean Renewable Energy through Strategic European Action) program opened its third call for support package applications today. Support packages will help commercialize offshore renewable energy technologies by giving free access to FORESEA’s network of test sites.
The University of California, Merced’s Triple Zero Commitment aims for zero net energy use, the creation of zero net landfill waste and climate neutrality on campus by 2020.
Having reached the 2MW rated capacity of their SR2000 tidal turbine earlier in April, and setting a new tidal industry benchmark, Scotrenewables have now generated over 18MWh within a continuous 24hr testing period; a performance level which matches established offshore wind turbines.
Twelve SMEs, industrial, and scientific partners, co-ordinated by Fraunhofer UMSICHT, are participating in a new ambitious research project named TO-SYN-FUEL which will build, operate, and demonstrate the production of Synthetic Fuels and Green Hydrogen from waste biomass.