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Power Ranking Auburn's 2015 Schedule from Easiest to Toughest

It's finally July, meaning Auburn fans only have to flip their calendars two more times before the Tigers return to action. The long offseason is starting to wind down with SEC Media Days right around the corner, and plenty of preseason picks and projections are popping up all over the Internet and the newsstands. Show More Summary

SunEdison And Gamesa Form Joint Venture To Develop Up To 1 GW Of Wind

SunEdison, the world’s largest renewable energy developer, and Spanish wind energy giant, Gamesa, have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to develop up to 1 GW of wind power plants in a 50/50 joint venture. The joint...Show More Summary

CITY WIND RISING

Urban turbines mine wind power; Engineers are creating more efficient rooftop wind turbines, but their cost is a problem Chelsey B. Coombs, Jjne 29, 2015 (ScienceLine) “The skyline is changing in the outer boroughs of New York City,Show More Summary

‘Cape Spin’ Offshore Wind Farm Doc Airs Tonight

The documentary “Cape Spin: An American Power Struggle,” which takes a look at what would have been the United States’ first offshore wind farm (Cape Wind), airs tonight on KCETLink. The Read More The post ‘Cape Spin’ Offshore Wind Farm Doc Airs Tonight appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Solar Power Per Capita & Wind Power Per Capita Leaders (Charts)

Historically, I have created reports on the world’s solar power per capita and wind power per capita leaders. However, I’m a bit late getting to those this year. So, I was happy to find on Renewables International that Switzerland’s SolarSuperState Association now produces these as well. Show More Summary

Siemens to open plant to turn electricity from wind into hydrogen

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Siemens will on Thursday start an energy project to convert wind power into hydrogen for re-use as a general fuel or in natural gas pipelines.

The Solar Cells Of The Future Look Very Pretty Up Close

You’re looking at a perovskite. Not an Eastern European bird of prey, nor an exotic toy to play with in the wind, but a potential future of solar power. More »      

U.S. and Brazil Agree on Climate Change Actions

2 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

President Obama and President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil pledged to increase the use of wind and solar power, and Brazil said it would restore nearly 30 million acres of Amazon rain forest.

SunEdison And TerraForm Acquire 521 MW Worth Of Wind

SunEdison has teamed up with its yieldco TerraForm Power to acquire a portfolio of 521 MW worth of operating wind plants, previously owned by Atlantic Power. The announcement was made on Monday, at the same time that SunEdison announced...Show More Summary

Vestas To Supply 150 MW To Texas Wind Farm

Vestas has confirmed that it will be supplying 150 MW worth of wind turbines to the Salt Fork wind power plant in Texas. EDF Renewable Energy placed the order for 75 of Vestas’ V100-2.0 MW turbines to go towards the Salt Fork wind power plant, located in the Donley and Gray Counties of Texas. Show More Summary

The Solar Cells of the Future Look Very Pretty Up Close

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You’re looking at a perovskite. Not an Eastern European bird of prey, nor an exotic toy to play with in the wind, but a potential future of solar power. Read more...

QUICK NEWS, June 29: SCOTUS SLOWS EPA CLEAN AIR EFFORTS; SOLAR HIGHWAYS; JAPAN TURNS FROM NUKES TO WIND POWER

SCOTUS SLOWS EPA CLEAN AIR EFFORTS High court strikes down power plant regulations Richard Wolff, June 29, 2015 (USA Today) “A narrowly divided Supreme Court struck down federal clean air regulations…on coal- and oil-fired power plants…The...Show More Summary

Weather Gang: Microbursts likely caused severe wind damage in Montgomery, Fairfax counties

Microbursts are a sudden, powerful downdraft of air from inside the storm, and can cause damaging wind gusts well over 60 mph.

This Pacific Island Is Now Powered By Solar Panels And A Sideways-Hourglass Wind Turbine

Palmyra Atoll is part of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, the largest marine reserve in the world. The post This Pacific Island Is Now Powered By Solar Panels And A Sideways-Hourglass Wind Turbine appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Look: Typhoon Kujira whips 3 ships up the coast of Hainan

Typhoon Kujira made landfall in the coastal city of Wanning, Hainan province on Monday evening, bringing winds of up to 90 kilometers per hour along with it. The powerful storm managed to blow two freight ships and one passenger ship all the way to the shores of Sanya Bay yesterday. [ more › ]

Thunderstorms lash U.S. Mid-Atlantic, disrupt travel, cut power

last weekNews : The Newsroom

By Ian Simpson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Powerful thunderstorms packing heavy rain and high winds lashed the U.S. Middle Atlantic area late on Tuesday, snarling travel and cutting off power to hundreds of thousands of customers. The fast-moving...Show More Summary

Thunderstorms lash U.S. Mid-Atlantic, disrupt travel, cut power

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Powerful thunderstorms packing heavy rain and high winds lashed the U.S. Middle Atlantic area late on Tuesday, disrupting train travel, grounding flights and cutting off power to thousands.

Owl wings inspire quieter wind turbine blades

Scientists are working to harness the secret of owls' silent flights to build quieter wind power technology.

Orkney Islands: From diesel power to 100% renewables

Huge wind turbines, solar, wave power, battery storage and a lot of electric cars—these remote Scottish islands may provide a glimpse of the future.

Wind energy is already competitive, and will reduce power prices

An opinion piece in The Australian Financial Review this week claimed that increasing investment in renewables and particularly wind will cost consumers billions of dollars. It's worth debunking the claims one by one.

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