Wind Power Monthly: India releases a new policy draft for auctions
INDIA: The energy ministry is seeking industry comments on a new draft policy aimed at strengthening the auction process.
Wind Power Monthly: Russia reserves 1.4GW for Fortum in tender
RUSSIA: The Russian government has officially announced it will conduct a
tender from 29 May to 9 June, for a selection of around 2GW of capacity due online in 2020.
Wind Power Monthly: Dong earnings halved despite record production
DENMARK: Dong Energy has recorded earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) of DKK 3.29 billion (€442 million) in its 2017 Q1, only just over half the total from the same period a year earlier.
Renewable Energy News: Solar Power: More than half of utility-scale solar photovoltaic systems track the sun through the day
The electricity generated by a solar photovoltaic (PV) system depends on the orientation and tilt of the PV panels, and in some cases, its ability to track the sun throughout the day. Because photovoltaic panels operate more efficiently when oriented directly at the sun, some systems use solar-tracking technology to increase electricity generation by rotating the panels along one or two axes.
Renewable Energy News: Secretary Perry’s Going to Like What He Finds Looking at Wind Power and Grid Resilience
I had the honor last week of being able to join a business roundtable with fellow Texan and new U.S. Energy Secretary, Rick Perry. We met in the state Perry led as governor for 14 years while Texas made its remarkable ascent to become the nation's leader in wind power production, investment and new jobs.
Nuclear Power: Uranium-Molybdenum Nuclear Fuel Does Well In U.S. Lab