mid-sized wind power News

  • ZBB Energy Subsidiary Tier Electronics Receives Contract to Supply Inverters for Mid-Size Wind Energy Market

    ZBB Energy Corporation (NYSE Amex: ZBB), the leading developer of intelligent, renewable energy power platforms, announced today that its power electronics subsidiary, Tier Electronics, LLC, secured a contract valued at more than $500,000 from Synchrotek, Inc. Tier will provide Synchrotek 100 kW inverters for use with variable speed, constant frequency permanent magnet generators to optimize ...


    By Marketwire

  • Huge demand for PM all monitor

    Palas, the German manufacturer of particulate monitoring instruments, is expanding production to cope with demand for its fine particulate monitor, the Fidas® 200, which is distributed in the UK by Air Monitors. In the following article Jim Mills explains why Air Monitors is being kept busy by the demand for this exciting new technology. PM monitoring – the ultimate ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Endurance wind power targets the world

    Vancouver-based , Endurance Wind Power has set its sights on being the world leader in the distributed wind sector according to Glenn Johnson, President and Chief Executive Officer. "Our plan is to create the best wind turbines in the market and together with our distribution partners, grow the business to a leadership role in the industry," said Johnson, quoted in an article appearing on ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Wind Power Market in India 2013

    The report begins with an introduction into the energy scenario in India. Installed capacity, demand supply gap of power prevailing in India and hence the need for renewable sources of energy is showcased.   The market overview section provides an insight into the wind power market which includes the historical and forecasted growth and size of wind installations in India. Expected ...


  • Wind Power Generation Market in Argentina

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Wind Power Generation Market in Argentina ...


    By ReportLinker

  • Wind Power – a real alternative energy

    Private energy generation from domestic scale wind turbines is now a reality. The increasing availability of small, effective, affordable, wind turbines offers consumers the choice to take control of power supply for at least the next decade.As world wide energy resources dwindle and power costs continue to increase the case for wind power has never been stronger.Leading European suppliers of ...


    By Joliet Technology

  • Offshore wind powers ahead in Europe

    A building boom is underway offshore in Europe. Up to 400 giant wind turbines are due to be built off the northeast coast of the UK in what will be the world’s largest offshore wind development. Output from the Dogger Bank project will be 1.2 Gigawatts – enough to power ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Wind Power Growth Surging Where Supports Provided

    Double-digit growth continued in the global wind market in 2013. Of today’s 318 gigawatts (GW) total generating capacity, 35 GW was added in 2013 alone. However, this growth (12.5 percent increase over 2012) was a significant drop from the average growth rate over the last 10 years (21 percent). Overall investment declined slightly from $80.9 billion in 2012 to $80.3 billion in 2013, write ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • AWEA: wind power trends to watch for in 2009

    As the wind industry closes out another banner year, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is looking ahead to further progress in 2009. Although the industry is buffeted by the financial crisis and economic downturn, it is also buoyed by a strong strategic position and the prospect of strong policy support from Congress and the new President. Here are some wind energy projections for the ...

  • US continues to lead the world in wind power growth

    The US Department of Energy (DOE) today released the 2007 edition of its Annual Report on US Wind Power Installation, Cost, and Performance Trends, which provides a comprehensive overview of developments in the rapidly evolving U.S. wind power market.  Notably, the report finds that US wind power capacity increased by 46 percent in 2007, with US$9 billion invested in US wind plants in 2007 ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Extra finance to start flowing for wind power

    Three UK-based banks start work this week with the European Investment Bank (EIB) on a programme to lend up to £1 billion to onshore wind farms over the next 3 years. The cash, part of the additional £4 billion of EIB lending to support UK energy projects announced in the Budget, will help get building started for onshore wind projects which have been hit by the credit crunch, particularly small ...


  • Clean currents announces `Wind Powered Baltimore Week`

    Maryland based Clean Currents is hosting Wind Powered Baltimore Week October 15 – 21st, 2012 to celebrate Baltimore’s growing community of businesses, non-profits, and homes powered by wind. The week long recognition of green energy powered organizations includes events, promotions, and kicks off this year’s Green Neighborhood Challenge. Over 35 businesses and community groups ...

  • South Australia hits another wind power milestone

    South Australia was able to provide all of its energy demands (and more) through wind power last Sunday. Thanks to strong winds, wind power exceeded energy requirements for a total of roughly 10 hours on Sunday, even hitting 120% of demands in the early morning hours. Although wind energy was able to provide enough electricity to the whole of South Australia for one day, the percentage normally ...

  • China’s wind power development exceeds expectations

    A recent boom in Chinese wind power development has surpassed the government's original target and forced policymakers to set a new goal that might still be too modest. In 2007, cumulative wind installations in China exceeded 5 gigawatts (GW), the goal originally set for 2010 by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's top economic planner. The Commission had set the target ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Wind Power Capacity Reached 196,853 MW in 2010

    MarketResearch.com has announced the addition of the new report "Global Wind Turbine Rotor Blade Market by Testing, Material, Blade Size, Regulations & Outlook (2011 - 2016)," to their collection of Energy market reports. For more information, visit ...


    By Marketwire

  • Offshore wind `could power UK homes by 2020`

    Business Secretary John Hutton revealed the vision at a conference for the European energy industry in Berlin on Monday. Mr Hutton made much of Britain's unrivalled wind resources though his speech was firmly focused on aspirations and possibilities rather than any concrete plan which would be implemented. 'The challenge for the government and for industry is to turn this potential - for our ...

  • Enercon World's Most Powerful Wind Turbine at Present!

    Enercon World's Most Powerful Wind Turbine at Present! Enercon to Participate for ...


    By Via Expo Ltd.

  • Wind Power Beats Nuclear Again in China

    China, the country that is building more nuclear reactors than any other, continued to get more electricity from the wind than from nuclear power plants in 2014. This came despite below-average wind speeds for the year. The electricity generated by China’s wind farms in 2014—-16 percent more than the year before—-could power more than 110 million Chinese homes. ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Wind Power in Canada Market Outlook to 2025

    "Wind Power in Canada, Market Outlook to 2025 - Capacity, Generation, Market Share, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Investment Trends, Regulations and Company Profiles” is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the wind power market in Canada. The report provides in depth analysis on global renewable ...


  • Wind energy could power China, study finds

    Wind power alone could provide electricity for all of China if the country overhauls its rural grids and raises the subsidy for wind energy, a new study finds.  China has rapidly become a global leader in wind energy and now ranks fourth in the world in installed capacity. But coal-fired power plants continue to supply most of the country's rising electricity needs - a development path that ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

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