News & Articles on Renewable Energy
This is an archive of articles and news on both large and small wind turbines, wind energy & the environment, and links to topics on the history of wind energy.
I’ve been working with wind energy since 1976 and my professional experience in the subject runs the gamut from wind resource assessment to installing and testing small wind turbines. I continue to follow the industry and analyze its growth and increasing contribution to renewable electricity generation worldwide.
Finally, The EU’s Market Policy Recognizes Reality
After decades of ideological mismanagement of the blocs’ electricity market policy, change may be on the horizon. The EU’s policy …
2022 Report on Britain’s Successful Small-Scale Renewables Program
Despite the Tories best efforts to kill them, small-scale renewables have continued to grow under Britain’s pioneering feed-in tariff program. …
Danish Biogas Supplies One-third of Gas Consumption in 2022
Denmark never ceases to amaze me. Despite switching back and forth between conservative and progressive governance over the past decades, …
Feldheim: The energy self-sufficient village
If your German is not up to the article on Feldheim here’s the gist in English. Feldheim is reaping the …
Ontario’s deepening hydro mess
The Ford government is surprisingly unwilling to explore renewable energy projects despite the wide range of options available to it.
Ten years of the turbine in our backyard has shown we can coexist with wind energy
Germany’s economy and climate ministry today announced a more ambitious target of clean energy making up 80% of its power mix by 2030 – a bump up from its previous target of 65%. Currently, 40.9% of Germany’s power mix consists of clean energy.