Energy

Wind energy: overview on the global market

According to a recent study by Wind energy association WindEurope, the wind energy industry is a constantly growing sector. Only in 2017, the global wind industry increased its production capacity of 52.6 GW, bringing the world total to 539.581 GW. Regarding the major world powers, it can be noted that the wind energy industry...

South Africa Nuclear Industry ask the government for a broad perspective in energy plans

The South Africa nuclear industry Association is committed to promoting the highest standards in the development and application of nuclear technology in South Africa. NIASA is composed of organisations, groups, and individuals, from not only the established nuclear sector, but also any entities involved in any technology endeavor related to...

Wind Catcher project in the Oklahoma Panhandl: 2,000-megawatt wind farm under construction

A $4.5 billion Wind Catcher project was announced by Southwestern Electric Power Co. that includes acquisition of a 2,000-megawatt wind farm under construction in the Oklahoma Panhandle and construction of a 360-mile dedicated generation tie line to the Tulsa area, where the existing electrical grid will deliver the wind energy to customers. “We...

Wind energy: excellent results in Texas

Investments and new projects in the wind energy sector are growing more and more in the U.S.A. This definitely happens in Texas, where we can see excellent results in wind energy production. Thanks to smart policy decisions and innovative developing projects, wind power is now the nation’s main source of renewable energy! According to a report...

Cheaper wind energy

According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, solar and wind energy are expected to dominate the future of electricity: the forecast predicts $7,4 trillion will be invested in new renewable energy plants by 2040. Renewable energy also is expected to get a boost from electric cars and homeowners’ solar roofs. By...

China’s inland nuclear power plants

China is moving ahead with its plan to build nuclear power stations in inland areas China is moving ahead with its plan to build nuclear power stations in inland areas, the sites have almost been confirmed and construction is expected to start in 2016 and last until 2020. China has...