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come from wind and solar. Having first turned the sod on the sight in October 2012, Trustpower officially opened the $439 million 270MW Snowtown II wind farm on Sunday with speech from SA Premier Jay Weatherill and a community event celebrating the occasion. Located 170km north of Adelaide on the Barunga and Hummock Ranges, the new installment is situated adjacent to Snowtown I, which has been one of mainland Australia’s best performing wind farms since its 47 Suzlon wind turbines were switched on back in 2008, producing 345GWh per annum. Snowtown II is made up of 90 3MW Siemens turbines – the German engineering giant’s cutting edge direct drive technology, which was showcased on Sunday by Australian Tour de France champion Cadel Evans, who scaled one of 80 metre high structures. AGL scraps current Hallett wind farm proposal

AGL Energy will not proceed with its Hallett 3 wind farm proposal in its current form, but will pursue a new proposal to incorporate "more economic wind turbine technology".  The 33 turbine wind farm proposal is located in mid-north South Australia near the township of Hallett. AGL prepared a planning application for the wind farm in 2008 and obtained planning consent from the local council in mid-2009. The planning consent has been under appeal before the Environment, Resources and Development (ERD) Court. The ERD Court has previously upheld the planning consent in November 2010. Win asia

Blackout report leaves renewables debate dangling in the breeze

UPDATED: A preliminary report into South Australia’s statewide blackout has found the unprecedented outage was caused by cascading events, starting with a fierce storm cutting three major transmission lines, followed by wind farms disconnecting from the energy grid which caused a massive load spike on the interconnector to Victoria.

SA welcomes construction of $220m wind farm

Posted Sun 2 Nov 2008 at 5:17amSunday 2 Nov 2008 at 5:17am, updated Sun 2 Nov 2008 at 11:10am

This page discusses matters that relate to wind-generated electricity, especially on the utility scale and as it is developing in Australia. For information on specific Australian wind farms refer either to wind farm pages on individual states (box above left) or the Wind farm index. I have aimed at facts, rather than opinions, on these pages. It is my intention to update the pages by seeking information from the wind farm proposers/owners twice a year, at the end of June and especially in December; information will also be added as I discover it. I'd be pleased to receive comment from anyone who believes that any items here are wrong or out of date (my email address is at the top of each page).  Operating Australian wind farms, MegaWatts By statesAs of June 2009 – Total 1694MW Some States' pages have pie diagrams showing individual wind farmsAustralia has huge potential for wind farm development, but if that potential is to be developed governments must take a more pro-active part. Apart from the artificially low price of fossil-fuel-generated power, the greatest obstacle to the development of wind power – and sustainable power in general – is the lack of high capacity electricity transmission lines where they are needed; and governments UK powerfull wind Get HostSquad coupon as 50% cash back. Please have a look the HostSquad image here for coupon. HostSquad Coupon Code Host an infinite number of domains and websites on lightning-fast servers for... Read More »

 2011, Scotland set a target of reaching 100% clean electricity consumption in 2020. And last year, the country almost reached its target – 98.6% of gross electricity consumption came from renewable sources, according to the Scottish government’s December energy statement. Green power indepartmant Win BBC news Scotland has narrowly missed a target to generate the equivalent of 100% of its electricity demand from renewables in 2020.

New figures reveal it reached 97.4% from renewable sources.

This target was set in 2011, when renewable technologies generated just 37% of national demand.

Industry body Scottish Renewables said output had tripled in the last 10 years, with enough power for the equivalent of seven million households. World win

Call for Papers: WWEC2022 in Rimini “Collaborating for a Renewable Future”

Dec 6, 2021

The World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) and the Italian Wind Energy Association ANEV are pleased to invite papers and presentations for the20th World Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition (WWEC2022), taking place on 28-30 June 2022 in Rimini (Italy)

WWEC2021 Conference Resolution

Nov 26, 2021

The World Wind Energy Association and TERI welcome the presence of more than 300 participants from over 30 countries attending this virtual Conference, on wind, solar, and all other renewable energy technologies.

Virtual WWEC2021: Starting in one week! Meet the World of Wind Energy!

Nov 16, 2021

Soon, the 19th World Wind Energy Conference 2021 will take place in virtual format. WWEC2021 is hosted from 24-26 November in collaboration with TERI India, endorsed by many international and Indian renewable energy organisations and WWEC2021 presents the main theme “Powering the World with Wind...

Online event on the occasion of COP26 – Just energy transition: Including citizens and communities in wind power projects

Nov 3, 2021

Hosted in partnership by WWEA and Falck Renewables 10 November 2021, 12:00-14:00 h CET

WWEA’s Wind Power Planning and Permitting Index shows: Governments must accelerate wind farm deployment

Nov 3, 2021

On the occasion of the UN Climate Change Conference COP26, WWEA has published the Wind Power Planning and Permitting Index which indicates the performance of countries regarding the duration and reliability of planning and permitting processes of wind farms

IRENA Coalition for Action Press Release: Leading Players at COP26 Call for Immediate Actions to Accelerate Renewable Energy Jobs

Nov 2, 2021

More than 130 renewable energy leaders, under the auspices of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Coalition for Action, launched a call to action today, encouraging all governments at national, regional, and local levels to ensure access to high-quality, sustainable jobs during the energy transition.

Global100RE COP26 Declaration: The Transition to 100% Renewable Energy is Possible! The Earlier the Better, Let’s Speed it Up!

Nov 2, 2021

Climate change does not allow us any further delay in immediate and direct action. The world must stop burning fossil fuels and switch entirely to renewable energy. However, the deployment rates of renewable energy are still far too slow.

  1. WWEAwebinar: Wind Power Permitting (II): Measuring Performance of Permitting Processes – The Wind Power Planning and Permitting Index WPPPI

Oct 22, 2021

3 November 2021, 13-15 h CEST

  1. WWEAwebinar: Women in Community Energy – Through Openness to Diversity

Sep 13, 2021

Thursday, 23 September 2021, 13:00 Central European Summer Time

Panel at HusumWind: New markets – old questions: What future for community energy

Sep 2, 2021

Panel discussion (in German) – New markets – old questions: What future for community energy Messe Husum





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