Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island have formed a first-of-its-kind partnership to jointly acquire future wind energy projects, aiming for cost-effective clean energy and to meet their climate goals.
With its record-breaking achievement, the prototype turbine showcases efficiency, a proven design and durability.
The UK faces challenges in attracting new offshore wind projects, as rising costs make current government pricing unappealing to developers.
The issues, which impact between 15% and 30% of turbines installed globally, could take several years to resolve and impact profitability.
The lease sale presents opportunities for established energy giants, as well as newer players in the offshore wind industry, fostering synergy between offshore wind and the traditional oil and gas sectors.
The 1.4 GW project was slated to provide electricity for an estimated 1.5 million homes, but higher inflation and capital costs have affected the entire energy sector, making the project unviable in its current form.
The MingYang MySE 16.0-260 and 16.0-242 wind turbines, with their massive power generation capacity and ability to operate in various weather conditions, represent a big step forward in offshore wind technology.
The project, set to be operational by 2026, will feature approximately 20 wind turbines with a capacity of over 120 MW.
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has completed the installation of its first floating deep-sea wind turbine. The wind turbine, called CNOOC Guanlan, is being hailed as a breakthrough due to its ability to handle harsh sea conditions in deep and open seas.
Dutch climate minister requests energy companies to slow down North Sea wind turbines twice a year to save migrating birds. According to a recent report
The Maryland county is leading a groundbreaking initiative with its Brookville Smart Energy Bus Depot project that integrates electric buses and microgrid technology to create a sustainable and resilient transit system.
The report highlights the frontrunners in the transition to zero emission trucks, challenges in securing battery supplies, and emphasizes the importance of strong CO2 standards.