Pratt & Whitney Jump Into Turkish Renewable Energy Market

Pratt & Whitney Power Systems is entering the Turkish renewable energy market by selling three modular PureCycle Organic Rankine Cycle units, which can generate up to 780 kW of net geothermal power. The Jeoden Electricity production project, located in Denizli, near Izmir, Turkey, is expected to be operational by April. Existing low-temperature geothermal resources, at […]

DOE, NOAA to Collaborate on Renewable Energy Modeling and Forecasting

The U.S. Departments of Energy and Commerce on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate further on renewable energy modeling and weather forecasting to help the renewable sector more effectively use the nation’s resources. The agencies said in a joint statement that the agreement builds on reports from both agencies that recognize the […]

GE’s Most Advanced Wind Turbine Marks French Debut

GE (NYSE: GE), French developer and energy producer Valorem SAS, as well as BL Finance have officially opened a new wind farm in the Picardy Region, north of Paris, on November 27, 2009, marking the first project in France to feature GE’s most advanced wind turbine technology. The installation will help the co-operators, Valorem and […]

New Siemens research turbine commissioned at National Renewable Energy Laboratory site in the US

New Siemens research turbine commissioned at National Renewable Energy Laboratory site in the US Siemens Energy, Inc. and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) formally commissioned a new 2.3-megawatt Siemens wind turbine at NREL’s National Wind Technology Center. The turbine is the centerpiece of a multi-year project to study the […]

Largest solar panel plant in US rises in Fla

ARCADIA, Fla. – Greg Bove steps into his pickup truck and drives down a sandy path to where the future of Florida’s renewable energy plans begin: Acres of open land filled with solar panels that will soon power thousands of homes and business. For nearly a year, construction workers and engineers in this sleepy Florida […]

New Natural Gas–Fired Projects on an Upswing

By Britt Burt Over the past decade, the development of new natural gas – fired generating assets has been similar to an amusement park roller coaster ride — very high peaks and the lowest of lows, with fast and stomach-churning movement between. Expect the ride to continue into the near future. The power industry is […]