Although marine power's damage to the environment is significantly less than its energy counterparts, the possible affects to existing ecosystems must be considered.
Currently the UK is seen as the leader for the development of marine energy technologies. Around 10MW of wave and tidal stream devices are being tested in UK waters, more than the rest of the world combined.
Hydrogen-powered vehicles emit only water vapour, produce no carbon emissions or air pollution, have a range of several hundred miles and refuel in three minutes.
With the technology, infrastructure and energy mix demand developing, marine energy can be seen as a key frontier in clean energy generation. The UK Marine Energy Conference 2016 will focus on accelerating marine energy as a viable energy alternative and maintaining the UK's position at the forefront of this emerging market.
From North American WindPower: According to MAKE’s latest wind power outlook for North America, unprecedented long-term policy certainty in the U.S., along with a new climate-conscious government in Canada, will enable nearly 75 GW of total wind power growth in the region from 2016 to 2025. The production tax credit (PTC) in the U.S. was extended in December 2015 as a multiyear phaseout and will support a total of 44.4 GW of wind power additions from 2016 to 2021. However, as the value of the PTC phases down after 2018, several drivers must align to sustain wind power growth in the U.S. At the sub-regional level, Texas will lead wind power growth from 2016 to 2018, followed by the Plains and the Midwest. Turbine technology advancement and balance-of-plant cost reductions will continue to drive down the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) of wind power and offset a portion of the lost PTC value from 2019. This will allow wind power to maintain a substantial share of new power generation demand, despite attractive costs for natural gas power and rising competition from solar photovoltaics. Last year, the U.S. alone added nearly 8.6 GW of new wind energy generation. Cont'd...
Status report shows that RPS policies likely to remain an important driver for renewables growth.
PV Nano Cell Signs Agreement with Korean Distributor ADST, Enabling Mass Production of Printed Electronics Now in Three Continents
Polysilicon extends gains this week amid tight supply situation in China. The domestic demand in China improves as the downstream wafer manufacturers are planning aggressive capacity expansion. Meanwhile, the supply level is relatively tight in China as the trade war bars the U.S. polysilicon imports from Chinese market. Hence, the short-term supply tightening situation has lead major polysilicon manufacturers to successfully increase their price quote this week. As for the polysilicon in overseas market, although the rally continues, the price improvement is not as notable as China, due to the ample supply in the market.
SpecGrade LED announces its newest high-output LED luminaire for the sports lighting industry; the Next Generation Sportslighter. This groundbreaking new innovation offers a patented passive thermal management system so advanced that the SportsLighter comes in wattages of up to 2000-watts and offers over 200,000 lumens of light output from a single instrument, a feat never before achieved in the LED lighting industry.
Revised Project Design Preserves Scenic Vistas, Reduces Potential Impacts to Wildlife, Protects Groundwater
T*SOL 2016 - The Next Generation of Solar Thermal Design
Specialist renewable energy insurer strengthens Newport Beach team as it supports California's ambitious renewable energy growth plans
While the U.S. Supreme Court in February 2016 decided to stay the Clean Power Plan, temporarily halting its implementation, many states, confident in the rule's legal merits, are continuing to make progress toward implementing it.
As the EU REACH legislation enters its final phase, the financial, administrative, occupational health and safety, and R&D challenges for companies in the electrical manufacturing industry are greater than ever before.
Energy Acuity has added policy information to their online renewable energy and grid infrastructure databases, broadening their scope of electric power intelligence and adding value for subscribers looking to follow public utility commission proceedings focused on clean energy and grid modernization.
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