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Wind Turbine Blades Push Size Limits

From Renewable Energy News

by Chris Webb, Contributor | July 10, 2012 | Post Your Comment

Using sophisticated modelling techniques and comparing the results with existing turbine technology, a 2011 report set out to see if 20-MW offshore turbines could become a reality. The report, entitled Upwind: Design Limits and So… Full Article

 

 

 

Intersolar Day 1: The Need to Cut Capital Costs and Regain Stability

by Steve Leone, Associate Editor, RenewableEnergyWorld.com | July 9, 2012 | 5 Comments

Tom Cheyney of Impress Labs spent little time stating the obvious — the solar industry has undergone a titanic shift in the past year. And the rest of the presenters who kicked off the first day of Intersolar North America in San … Full Article
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Big Data Goes Green

by Richard Baillie, Contributor | July 9, 2012 | Post Your Comment

Cloud computing, where software is delivered as a service to end users over the internet, is currently receiving a lot of attention. The term describes data-processing operations that are outsourced to server farms, instead of bei… Full Article
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Argentina Plans Biggest Wind Project With $3 Billion China Loan

by Stephan Nielsen, Bloomberg | July 6, 2012 | Post Your Comment

An Argentinean renewable-energy developer is planning Latin America’s biggest wind-power project, saying it expects to obtain $3 billion in financing from China Development Bank Corp. Full Article
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Manitoba’s 200-MW Wuskwatim Officially Opened

by Michael Harris, Online Editor, HydroWorld.com | July 10, 2012 | Post Your Comment

Although it has been in operation since June, Manitoba’s 200-MW Wuskwatim hydroelectric plant was officially opened this past week with a ceremony at the site. Full Article
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To Merge or Not to Merge. That Should be the Solar Installer’s Question

by Tor ‘Solar Fred’ Valenza | July 10, 2012 | Post Your Comment

A few months ago I wrote about large scale installers increasingly becoming almost as commoditized as their solar PV manufacturer cousins. In that post, I laid out some general solutions for avoiding commoditization, but there’s o… Full Article
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Illuminated Bacteria Enlighten Biofuel Production

by Ysabel Yates, Contributor | July 9, 2012 | Post Your Comment

Cyanobacteria are small organisms with huge importance. Ancient cyanobacteria created the oxygen atmosphere, and modern cyanobacteria produce a significant amount of the air we breathe. Now, these tiny organisms are helping us aga… Full Article
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