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Nuclear Power – The Solution to Alternative Energy?
Researchers see atom power …
Crucial decisions need to be made this year in order to deliver low carbon energy for the UK according to National Grid chief executive, Steve Holliday FREng.
Speaking to a packed theatre as a guest lecturer at The Royal Academy of Engineering on 1 March, Holliday warned that the UK faces a pivotal year as decisions loom on replacing critical assets, many of which are now 50 years old, with new infrastructure that will enable the UK to cut carbon dioxide levels by a third ahead of the 2020 deadline.
He said: “We cannot underestimate the scale of the engineering challenge that will be needed to deliver a sustainable energy …
Off-Grid Systems will provide all the power you use and store energy in batteries, with no connection to the utility. Ideal for cabins, remote sites, or for those who just do not want to rely on the utility to provide their power. A home solar system typically consists of solar panels, a back-up battery, a charge controller, wiring and support structure. (The photos below illustrate a variety of applications.)
Stand-alone PV systems are often best in places where utility-generated power is either unavailable, undesirable, or too costly to hook up to. Stand-alone …
That’s because Austin Energy GreenChoice, until this last batch of wind energy, has sold out each of five wind power contracts. They sold out because Austin Energy provided each batch to customer subscribers at a cost that will stay fixed for the life of the respective wind contract (10 years).
To our knowledge, no other utility-sponsored green power program in America has ever offered anything close to such a long-term fixed green power charge.
Now, rising and unpredictable transmission congestion cost on the ERCOT grid (the amount of wind capacity in West Texas doubled in one year to more than 8,000 …
GRID-CONNECTED WIND TURBINE SYSTEMS
For many years now small-scale domestic and commercial WIND TURBINE grid connected systems have proven themselves to be increasingly viable means of generating clean electricity AND providing a steady income.
After much negotiating with both DTI and electricity distribution companies during the last few years it has been agreed that turbines up to 6KW can be very easily connected to the grid to export electricity and receive an income. The (hard fought for) G83 recommendation gives anyone permission (hassle free) to connect a …
Southwest Windpower’s cutting-edge Skystream 3.7 wind turbine brings residential windpower into the same price range as utility power! Skystream’s innovative downwind tail-less design and utility compatible inverter create an easy to install, low maintenance power system capable of producing an estimated 100 kWh/month of power with an average 7.9mph wind speed.
The Skystream’s unique design makes it one of the quietest residential turbines available, with a sound profile very similar to the background noise level in tests. The turbine can be mounted on 33 and 45 foot monopole towers for the …
Home > Section > Wire Will U.S. Power Grid Withstand Renewable Energy? ‘Clean Energy’ Expansion Could Strain U.S. Power Grid
By Chris Hamby | February 04, 2011 | The Center for Public Integrity
President Barack Obama’s vow to generate 80 percent of U.S. …
GE’s first time appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas centers on smart grid technologies that will anchor the “connected homes” of the future – from efficiently using power to making it.
And on that power generation side is Southwest Windpower’s Skystream 600, which is making its own CES debut. The company, which is the world’s largest supplier of small wind systems, has residential-scale turbines already spinning everywhere from rural Kenya to the
America’s electric power grid is subject to immense inefficiencies that arise from the interplay between centralized power generation, local power consumption and on demand utility service. To put things into a broad perspective, the nameplate capacity of U.S. generating facilities is about 1 million Megawatts (MW), so if all of our power plants ran 24/7 we would have a theoretical annual generating capacity of 8.7 billion Megawatt-hours (MWh). Since demand for electricity fluctuates on both a daily and seasonal basis, total
Google joins $5 billion U.S. offshore wind grid project
By Scott Malone
BOSTON | Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:30pm EDT
BOSTON (Reuters) – Google Inc has thrown its financial clout behind an ambitious $5 billion proposed electric transmission line intended to spark investment in new wind farms off the heavily populated U.S. East Coast.
The move, which is a gamble as no offshore wind installations have yet been built in the United States, marks the Internet search giant’s latest move away from its core business, joining investments in solar energy and a plan to develop a car that …