Winds Pick Up In Turkey

The current population of the Republic of Turkey is approximately 82.98 million people. In 2017, utilities used renewable energy (35%),…

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Serbia Turning From Coal To Wind

The current population of the Republic of Serbia is approximately 8.74 million people. In 2016, utilities used fossil fuels (70%)…

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Five Largest Onshore Wind Farms

The cost to generate electricity from wind farms is now cheaper than any form of fossil fuel in many regions…

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Wind Power In Senegal

Lekela Power has announced that Vestas Wind Systems will supply the wind turbines for the Parc Eolian Taia N’Diaye wind…

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U.S. Wind Power’s Future

A report from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory documents the rapid growth of wind industry in the United States over…

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China’s Wind Energy Program

In 2005, the government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) established a goal of 210,000 MW of wind capacity…

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Iowa’s Energy Conundrum

In May 2018, MidAmerican Energy Company requested approval to build the Wind XII wind farm from the Iowa Utilities Board…

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New Wind Farms In Egypt

Orascom Construction Limited, ENGIE and Toyota Tsusho Corporation have announced plans to develop a 500 MW wind farm in the…

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Canada’s Renewable Energy Black Eye

The Liberal Party governed the province of Ontario for consecutive fifteen years. On June 7, 2018 the Ontario electorate gave…

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