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, 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, 10, 16:45:00U.S. RENEWABLES UP BY 12%
The latest issue of EIA's "Electric Power Monthly" report (with data through December 31) reveals that renewable energy sources (including small-scale solar systems) increased their electrical output by 12.37% last year compared to 2021.
2023, March, 10, 16:40:00U.S. RENEWABLES GROWTH
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has numerous programs that provide funding to support energy resilience projects throughout the country.
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.
2022, August, 1, 10:25:00U.S. RENEWABLES RISES AGAIN
For the first five months of 2022, solar, wind, and other renewable energy sources provided 25.7% of U.S. electricity – more than either coal or nuclear power and up from 22.9% a year earlier.
2022, April, 27, 11:20:00U.S. RENEWABLES GROWTH
The increase in U.S. electric power sector renewable generation during 2021 came mainly from more wind and solar generation as a result of more wind turbines and utility-scale solar power plants coming online.
2022, April, 20, 11:20:00GLOBAL RENEWABLES UP TO 3 064 GW
By the end of 2021, global renewable generation capacity amounted to 3 064 Gigawatt (GW), increasing the stock of renewable power by 9.1 per cent.
2022, April, 4, 11:55:00U.S. RENEWABLES RECORD 2021
Renewable sources accounted for more than one-eighth (12.61%) of the U.S. energy produced and 12.49% of the energy consumed for electricity, transportation, heating, and other uses.
2022, March, 23, 11:35:00NUCLEAR FOR SINGAPORE
The committee said geothermal energy and nuclear energy have the potential to play a part in Singapore's future energy supply mix.
2022, March, 14, 11:35:00THE NEW U.S. RENEWABLES 81%
Renewable facilities added 23,639 megawatts (MW) of new generating capacity last year with solar and wind providing 12,804-MW and 10,754-MW respectively.
2022, March, 9, 13:10:00U.S. RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY 21%
Combined, solar and wind grew by 15.96% and accounted for more than one-eighth (13.05%) of U.S. electrical generation (wind - 9.12%, solar - 3.93%).
2022, February, 24, 12:05:00TURKEY INSTALLED CAPACITY +3.5 GW
The country's installed capacity stood at 99,820 MW at the end of 2021, with 46% of thermal, 32% of hydro, 11% of wind, 8% of solar and 4% of biomass, geothermal, and waste heat.
2022, February, 24, 12:00:00TURKEY RENEWABLES UP
Some 97% of Turkey's electricity generation capacity that came into operation last year was from renewable energy plants.
2022, January, 27, 12:20:00ENEL RENEWABLES 5.1 GW
Enel Green Power (EGP) added 5,120 MW of new renewable power capacity in 2021 (+65% compared to 2020), including 220 MW of battery capacity.