All publications by tag «WIND»
2023, May, 26, 06:40:00U.S. RENEWABLES UP
New utility-scale solar capacity was 2,530 megawatts (MW) or 39.56% of the total ... and that does not include small-scale distributed PV systems. New wind capacity provided 1,475-MW or 23.06% of the total.
2023, April, 7, 06:55:00U.S. OFFSHORE WIND STRATEGY
Offshore wind is rapidly growing around the world, becoming a central part of international decarbonization and a vital part of coastal economies, and the domestic potential to harness offshore wind is now emerging.
2023, March, 24, 07:25:00GLOBAL RENEWABLES CAPACITY UP
Renewable generation capacity increased by 295 GW (+9.6%) in 2022. Solar energy continued to lead capacity expansion, with a massive increase of 192 GW (+22%), followed by wind energy with 75 GW (+9%). Renewable hydropower capacity increased by 21 GW (+2%) and bioenergy by 8 GW (+5%). Geothermal energy increased by a very modest 181 MW.
2023, March, 15, 07:00:00CHINA ENERGY MODERNIZATION
China has accounted for the world's largest solar capacity addition in recent years, with around 30% of installed global capacity, but most of the low-hanging fruits have been picked, and deeper penetration into the energy mix requires overhauling large parts of the power system.
2023, March, 1, 10:55:00AUSTRALIAN OFFSHORE WIND 8 GW
At the end of 2021, wind power accounted for 11% of Australia’s installed capacity with 9 GW and 9% of its power generation with 24.5 TWh.
2023, February, 22, 11:15:00DANISH WIND CAPACITY + 9 GW
At the end of 2021, offshore wind represented 14% of Denmark’s installed capacity with 2.3 GW (4.7 GW for onshore wind).
2023, February, 22, 11:10:00UZBEKISTAN'S RENEWABLES + 4.3 GW
Uzbekistan will allocate US$15.4bn to the development and building of these renewable projects.
2023, February, 17, 10:40:00AUSTRALIAN WIND PROJECT 10 GW
The wind project is currently under development near the Port of Newcastle and will be situated in proximity of energy transmission infrastructure.
2023, February, 15, 13:35:00U.S. RENEWABLES GROWTH
Renewable energy sources (i.e., biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar, wind) provided nearly three-quarters (74.1%) of new utility-scale generating capacity in the U.S. last year.
2023, February, 3, 11:10:00GERMAN WIND ENERGY 7 GW
Germany targets 30 GW of offshore wind by 2030. The country had 7.7 GW of offshore wind installed capacity at the end of 2021.