Coal Mines Could Store Old Turbine Blades

Wind energy companies will have the option of using decommissioned wind turbine blades as backfill material when reclaiming surface [...]

End of Iowa’s Wind Boom? Renewable Rules Spark Fears

Iowa, a national leader in wind energy, is weighing new rules for siting renewable energy projects — regulations that [...]

PTC and the IRS: Safe Harbor Extended One Year for Wind Power Projects

The Internal Revenue Service has issued Notice 2020-41, which will provide wind power developers with an extra year on top [...]

Western Australia: Solar and Wind Policy

The 15 GW Asian Renewable Energy Hub has been recommended for approval by environmental authorities in the Pilbara region. [...]

Kenya Opens Africa’s Largest Wind Power Project

Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta says wind farm will help boost electricity supply and access at lower cost. Kenya has unveiled Africa‘s [...]

State Legislation in the US Friendly to Solar and Wind Energy

Eight states in the US passed legislation in an attempt to either make the permitting process easier for solar [...]

World’s Largest Windfarm Opens Off Cumbria Coast

The world’s largest offshore windfarm, capable of supplying enough green energy to power around 600,000 homes, has opened off the [...]

This Coal State Holds The Key To 100% Renewable Energy

In the topsy-turvy world of today’s renewable energy landscape, odd things are happening. One good example is the western [...]

Wind Power Poised for Record Year, Despite Initial Tax Law Concerns

The number of contracts signed for wind power projects hit a record of 3,500 MW in Q1 2018, according to the [...]

Global Wind Power Capacity Grows by 52.6 GW

The Global Wind Energy Council released its annual market statistics last week in Brussels. The 2017 market remained above 50 GW, [...]