Tag: wind energy

GERMAN PLAN: Erect Several Wind Turbines Daily

Chris Reiter writes in Bloomberg on January 14, 2023, “Germany Targets Three New Windmills a Day for Energy Reboot“ For the long-term transition away from coal, oil and natural gas, Germany needs to increase electricity generation by one third by 2030 and then double… Continue Reading “GERMAN PLAN: Erect Several Wind Turbines Daily”

Sustainable Energy News and Climate Change Reports

4th Quarter 2022 Excerpts from the SUN DAY Campaign More: Commentary: The electric grid emergency of Christmas 2022, and what it means for green energyThe cost of electricity from renewable energy has fallen over the last two decades by more than 90%. Behavioral incentives… Continue Reading “Sustainable Energy News and Climate Change Reports”

News Headlines: Renewable Energy

Global news headlines on renewable energy Economic benefits of wind, solar in rural Appalachia could top $65 billionA recent report shows that rural communities in Appalachia could benefit the most from wind and solar development. The group looked at expected local tax revenues, land lease… Continue Reading “News Headlines: Renewable Energy”

Motionless Wind Energy Unit by Aeromine

These rooftop wind generators take up 10% of the roof space and deliver up to 50% more energy than a solar array of the same price. “Aeromine’s founders have created a much more effective way to harness even moderate wind to create energy for… Continue Reading “Motionless Wind Energy Unit by Aeromine”

Highlights from EIA’s Latest “Short-Term Energy Outlook”

By Ken Bossong | SUN DAY CAMPAIGN | October 12, 2022(founded 1992)6930 Carroll Avenue; Suite #340; Takoma Park, MD 20912301-270-6477 x.6;  sun-day-campaign@hotmail.comTwitter: Follow @SunDayCampaign “Increases in U.S. electricity generation in our forecast come almost entirely from solar and wind. We expect renewable sources will provide… Continue Reading “Highlights from EIA’s Latest “Short-Term Energy Outlook””

Pennsylvania Missing Out on Millions of Dollars

RGGI, Inc.’s third carbon-allowance auction of 2022 generated more than $301 million in revenue for reinvestment Pennsylvania is missing out on millions of dollars in revenue from carbon-allowance auctions that are part of a multi-state initiative to combat climate change as legal challenges to… Continue Reading “Pennsylvania Missing Out on Millions of Dollars”

Renewables Likely Top 25% of US Electricity and 30% of Generating by Year End 2024

by Ken Bossong, Executive Director – SUN DAY Campaign Data recently released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) confirm that solar and wind are poised to experience significant growth this year and for at least the… Continue Reading “Renewables Likely Top 25% of US Electricity and 30% of Generating by Year End 2024”

CHINA: World’s Largest Flow Battery Connected to Grid

Dalian Flow Battery Energy Storage Peak-shaving Power Station will work as a power bank and assist in the uptake of renewable energy from solar and wind. “The energy storage system is expected to supply enough power for up to 200,000 residents each day. We’ve… Continue Reading “CHINA: World’s Largest Flow Battery Connected to Grid”

No One Worries about Energy Bills in One Tiny German Town

In a September 29, 2022 story by Frank Jordans tells how Feldheim, Germany, about 90-minutes south of Berlin, has been energy self-sufficient for more than a decade. A bold experiment launched in the mid-1990s saw Feldheim erect a handful of wind turbines to provide… Continue Reading “No One Worries about Energy Bills in One Tiny German Town”

US Residential Energy Storage had its Strongest Quarter to Date

Demand is rising in the residential segment as solar installers continue to add storage to their product offerings. The U.S. market installed over 2,608 MWh of energy storage capacity in the second quarter of 2022. KELLY PICKEREL | SOLAR POWER WORLD | SEP 14,… Continue Reading “US Residential Energy Storage had its Strongest Quarter to Date”