Energy infrastructure News for September 2012

Energy infrastructure News Archive

New Blog: Water use in electricity generation: the sobering facts that make a case for wind and solar power

Did you know it takes 100,000 gallons of water to produce a single megawatt hour of electricity?

Stop Press: Webinar - Advanced Conversion: Maximising the Potential for Energy from Waste Stop Press: Webinar - Advanced Conversion: Maximising the Potential for Energy from Waste

Our next webinar on October 24 will give a snapshot behind the development of Energy-from-Waste, and highlight the benefits of Advanced Conversion Technologies...

RWE Innogy and Carbon Trust to test wind measurement buoys

The trial is part of the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) programme - aimed at developing new methods of collecting wind speed data.

Kyocera deploys renewable energy technology in support of international smart-grid

Kyocera is one of several organisations participating in the development of an international smart-grid demonstration project in Los Alamos, New Mexico.

EWEA report advocates the creation of single European energy market

The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) argues that EU electricity market rules must reflect the energy generation mix of the future

CERES and PVC Recycling to offer module recycling in Europe and North America

The move comes as module manufacturers look to co-ordinate recycling across both continents...

Plains & Eastern Clean Line rate structure approved by FERC

The transmission line project is now free to move clean energy from Oklahoma to the southeast, and can begin to negotiate transmission service agreements with customers.

Vela Solaris launches online version of its simulation software

The company’s Polysun software can simulate solar PV, solar thermal and heat pump systems, and can also simulate hybrid systems such as PV with heat pumps.

Millbrook vehicle testing site prepares for wider rollout of hydrogen transport

Millbrook Proving Ground in the UK has opened a SmartFuel hydrogen fuelling station, supplied by Air Products, as the automotive testing facility prepares for the rollout of fuel cell electric vehicles.

Blog: an introduction from our new Managing Editor Gail Rajgor...

When David passed on the editorial metaphorical torch to me for Renewable Energy Focus, I knew it was going to be a whirlwind first month or two...

Stop Press: Our newsletter is back up and running...

Renewable Energy Focus' e-newsletter service returns after an unscheduled break...