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QUICK NEWS, June 1: NEW ENERGY TO SAVE THE WORLD; ARKANSAS SEES SOLAR BOOM; BIG BUCKS IN EFFICIENCY SERVICES

NEW ENERGY TO SAVE THE WORLD EIA finds wind energy will have largest role in cost-effectively meeting Clean Power Plan Michael Goggin, May 28, 2015 (EnergyBiz) “Low-cost, zero-emission wind energy will become even more valuable as states...Show More Summary

Land Rover chief calls on Chinese buyers to shun copycat cars

14 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth has called on Chinese car buyers to stop buying cars with copycat designs such as the Land Wind X7. Speth last week expressed the company’s ire at ripoff designs that it has little power to stop in the courts. Copyright laws vary between countries. The Land Wind X7, cleared [...]

Falling renewables - LGC creation in 2014 by power station

Wind has increased its share of large-scale renewables certificates by 8%, to 64%, since 2013 but overall certificate creation likely fell 3% last year as hydro output dropped sharply.

Faulty Logic Drives Fallin's Decision On Wind Incentives

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed a bill last week that will eliminate a state-wide property tax exemption for wind power developers beginning in 2017. The move will save the state on the order of $30 million annually. read more

All new power in US in April was renewables

Wind and solar in clean sweep of electricity capacity additions.

EIA Details Utility Sector Impact of Clean Power Plan

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) provides a snapshot of the extent to which EPA’s plan will accelerate the decline of domestic coal fired generation, coal production, and provide a tail wind for natural gas and renewables. read more

The Tiny House Powered Only by Wind and Sun

``It's able to function for almost an entire year off the grid, its designers say, because its dome shape aids in the collection of rainwater, and its water filters allow inhabitants to use almost any water source.''

The Latest on Wonk Wire

Here is what’s trending on Wonk Wire today:   Illegal Border Crossings Lowest in 20 years Party That Wins Obamacare Lawsuit Could Be the Loser States Team Up To Keep Obamacare Sustainable Wind Power Could Become Nation’s Largest Energy Source [...]

Why one company sees great potential in the U.S. offshore wind market

DONG Energy has been a power innovator in Europe for decades and is now looking to make moves in the United States. The utility — who surpassed 3 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind capacity just last week — is looking to enter the U.S. offshore wind market. “We’re a world leader in offshore wind, with […]

Europe Keeps Putting More Wind on the Grid: Denmark Blows Past 40 Percent Wind Power, Germany and United Kingdom Approach 10 Percent

In January 2014, Denmark’s wind electricity output was enough to meet an astonishing 62 percent of its electricity demand. By 2016, wind will be Denmark’s cheapest source of electricity, according to a government report, costing half as much as new coal- or natural gas-fired generation. read more

China Power Sector Reform Plans Aim To Boost Energy Efficiency and Renewables

[Tangshanpeng Wind Farm/Land Rover Our Planet] China's drive for a cleaner and more efficient energy grid received a boost in April when the Chinese government issued four documents on power sector reform. The documents, which were published...Show More Summary

A Look at Wind and Solar Energy, Part 1: How Far We've Come

After decades of incipient growth, it seems that wind and solar power are finally ready for prime time. These two renewable energy resources are growing rapidly and are beginning to move the needle in global energy supplies. read mo...

A Look at Wind and Solar

This post is co-authored by Alex Trembath and Jesse Jenkins. After decades of incipient growth, it seems that wind and solar power are finally ready for prime time. These two renewable energy resources are growing rapidly and are beginning to move the needle in global energy supplies. Show More Summary

2 cool maps that show how wind power is poised to go big — really big

The U.S. Department of Energy has published two new maps that put that our wind-powered future in concrete terms.

Wind Power Could Be Coming To All 50 States, Report Says

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The United States might just be on the verge of a wind power revolution. Or, at least, the newest generation of wind turbines, featuring taller towers and longer blades, have the potential to push the country in that direction. Because...Show More Summary

New Wind Turbines Capacity Factor Could Increase From ~40% To ~60%

The engineer and economist Bernard Chabot has written an article explaining how wind power capacity factors for new wind turbines could increase from about 40% to 60%. The article is titled, “The fast shift towards the « silent windShow More Summary

The truth about Peter Hartcher’s free solar power

The gullible reader, as green as Peter Hartcher, may well conclude from Hartcher’s latest preaching that solar and wind farms…

Top 10 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week

In case you missed any of these, I encourage you to have a look now: Today’s Solar Panels Can Power The World, MIT Study Finds (via Solar Love) How It’s Made — Dream Car Tesla Model S (Video) Bladeless Wind Turbine — Reality Check First...Show More Summary

You Can Take This Little Wind And Solar Powered Home Anywhere

If life in a future megacity isn’t for you, your hour of escape is fast approaching. Especially if you don’t mind living alone in a 14 x 7 x 7-foot pod. Well, what if I told you the view was fantastic? More »      

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