Other marine energy and hydropower News for March 2009
The US Department of the Interior (DoI) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) will work together to facilitate the permitting of renewable energy in offshore waters.
31 March, 2009
Norwegian Statkraft AS and Turkish Global Investment Holdings have signed an agreement to transfer hydropower projects to Statkraft.
27 March, 2009
Ontario has proposed feed-in-tariffs (FiTs) for renewable energy generated from sources such as onshore and offshore wind, hydroelectric, solar, biogas, biomass and landfill gas.
24 March, 2009
Royal Dutch Shell has said it does not plan to invest further in renewable energies such as wind, solar and hydropower as these are deemed uneconomic.
24 March, 2009
The International scientific congress Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges & Decisions has voiced the possibility of 40% of the world’s power coming from renewable energy by 2050 with adequate financial and political support.
20 March, 2009
Irish Energy Minister Eamon Ryan has announced measures to encourage the on-site generation of electricity in homes and farms across Ireland.
11 March, 2009
Ontario, Canada, is proposing sweeping new legislation to attract new investment, create new ‘green economy jobs’ and better protect the climate.
09 March, 2009
Marine Current Turbines has won the Rosenblatt 2009 New Energy Rising Star Award.
04 March, 2009
Voith Hydro and RWE Innogy are forming a joint venture (JV), Voith Hydro Ocean Current Technologies, to accelerate the development, manufacture and marketing of ocean current technologies.
03 March, 2009