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Vestas launches research to improve five-minute forecasting

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Vestas and analytics subsidiary Utopus Insights will develop an energy forecasting solution to be piloted at two wind farms in South Australia to help improve short-term generation predictions and avoid fines for project operators.

Nordex Delta4000 production line begins rolling

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Nordex has started series production of its Delta4000 range at its production facility in Rostock, Germany.

On 1 April 2019 the European Commission will release verified EU ETS emissions data and compliance information for 2018

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On 1 April 2019 at 12:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST), the European Commission will grant unlimited access to installation-level 2019 verified emissions data on the European Union Transaction Log (EUTL) website. The data will also be published at the same time in an Excel spreadsheet on the Union Registry page of this website. Access to this data will be granted irrespective of the amount of data available. No aggregate data or interpretation will be made available.

Wind turbine catches fire in West Pubnico; Huge turbine threw burning hunks of material 100 metres to the ground #NS

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 20:52
A wind turbine caught fire in West Pubnico, N.S., late Friday afternoon, throwing huge, burning pieces of material to the ground. Firefighters were called to the scene around 5 p.m., but West Pubnico fire department Chief Gordon Amiro said there was little firefighters could do to douse the flames. “We couldn’t get nowhere near because the blades was still turning, so, and pieces was breaking off the blades,” he said. “So if a piece was to fall off, it would . . .

West Pubnico wind turbine destroyed by fire #NS

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 20:52
WEST PUBNICO, N.S. – With large chunks of burning nacelle components and melting fibreglass blades falling from 80 metres above, there wasn’t much the West Pubnico Fire Department could do when a wind turbine fire was reported the afternoon of March 15. “We couldn’t get close enough and we wouldn’t be able to throw water that high anyway,” said Chief Gordon Amiro. Anything that was burnable in the nacelle, the large bus-shaped structure at the top of the tower, along with . . .

Illinois lawmakers ready to rush law on wind farm regulations amid court battle #IL

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
Some Illinois lawmakers want to rush through legislation that would change the dynamic for a plan to erect dozens of wind turbines in central Illinois. The bill has yet to pass House muster, but Illinois’ state Senators discussed it in committee Thursday with the plan to send it quickly for a vote once it goes to their chamber, a rare move for the General Assembly. The measure would restrict wind farm regulations outside of a municipality to the county alone, . . .

Wait continues to frustrate Water Wells First group #ON

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
Residents suffering water-well problems on their properties near the North Kent 1 Wind farm are growing tired of waiting for answers. Water Wells First members were once optimistic after a promise made by Ontario Progressive Conservative Party Leader Doug Ford during last year’s provincial election campaign that a health-hazard investigation would be initiated if he was elected premier. However, since the citizens’ group received that promise in writing from Ford last May, its members continue to wait for this investigation . . .

Submissions oppose wind farm #NZL

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
A proposed $180 million Kamai Wind Farm will be visible over a 15km radius from Waihi, Dickeys Flat campground, Paeroa and Te Aroha. Some 220 people submitted to Hauraki District Council – the majority, 157, opposed. Another 143 submissions to Waikato Regional Council had 96 against and 42 in support. Eleven were undecided. Kaimai Wind Ltd community liaison Clare Bayly says the submissions are the beginning of “a long term investment” and follow 3-4 years of consultation with the community. “Now . . .

SE Mass. officials seek “tweak’ in wind policy #MA

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
Nearly 50 elected and business officials from southeastern Massachusetts are urging the Baker administration to tweak the contracting process for the next offshore wind procurement to give a greater emphasis to onshore development investments. Gov. Charlie Baker has repeatedly marveled at the low bid Vineyard Wind made to secure the first wind farm contract in Massachusetts, but the South Coast officials say that low price came with minimal onshore investment. In a February 26 letter to Baker’s energy secretary, the . . .

Rethink over Bonchester Bridge wind farm £3.25m funding kitty sparks anger among villagers #SCT

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
A controversial change suggested to a £3m wind farm funding pot to yield a bigger share for Hawick has been greeted with dismay in neighbouring communities. Late last year, it was thought agreement had been reached between the seven community councils in Teviot and Liddesdale that each would receive an equal share of a community benefit fund set up after approval was given for the 12-turbine Pines Burn wind farm on the Harwood Estate, near Bonchester Bridge. That’s a fund . . .

More questions than answers on Eastern Fields wind power project #ON

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
There are more questions than answers provided by the UK-based power developer RES in its claim to writer James Morgan that the Eastern Fields wind power project is “on hold.” How does a project where the contract was cancelled five months previously get a 20-year contract to generate electricity from the Ontario Energy Board? If, as RES says, that was just “perfunctory,” the Ford government has a bigger problem with “red tape” than it knows. And why, when the project . . .

Unalaska City Council mulls windmills #AK

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
Two gigantic windmills with blades the length of a football field, and maybe a field goal to boot, are in the planning stages for Unalaska, according to a local contractor and a former city engineer, who described the project to the Unalaska City Council last month. The plan for two 3-megawatt turbines was described by gravel quarry owner Bill Shaishnikoff and engineer Keith Pedwell, of Bering Shai-Pedwell Energy Inc. They hope to generate an average of 19 million kilowatt hours . . .

No activity at Windsor’s wind turbine plant, workers laid off #ON

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
The grounds are quiet at CS Wind’s Anchor Drive location. The company opened its Windsor location in 2011, but also has locations in Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Turkey and the United Kingdom. “I was one of the last one out the doors,” said ex-employee Jason Deschene. He was told there was a “lack of work” and was laid off in June 2018. CBC has been unable to confirm if the business is actually closed. Calls and emails to CS Wind, a . . .

CS Wind stops producing wind turbines in Windsor #ON

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
Hundreds of people are out of work after CS Wind, which moved to Windsor with great fanfare and $10 million in incentives, shut down its local factory. The lights were out, the doors were locked and the building looked deserted Thursday at the company’s Canadian headquarters at 9355 Anchor Dr. “There’s no one working there,” Fred MacPherson, business manager for Ironworkers Local 721, said from Toronto. “We used to have 300 people working there and now there’s none.” Representatives of . . .

Hearing for Republic Wind project rescheduled #OH

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Съб., 2019-03-16 14:00
A state board has rescheduled the adjudicatory hearing for Apex Clean Energy’s proposed 47-turbine Republic Wind project in Seneca and Sandusky counties. The new date for the Republic Wind project was announced Thursday by the Ohio Power Siting Board. The hearing – one in which formal testimony and evidence is presented – will now be at 10 a.m. on June 3 at the siting board’s hearing room at 180 E. Broad St., Columbus. It is separate from and does not affect the . . .

California Rep. Scott Peters on program to speak at Waterpower Week in Washington

RenewableEnergyWorld.com - Renewable Energy - Пет., 2019-03-15 15:44

Scott Peters (D-CA), who serves California’s 52nd Congressional District, is speaking during the Awards Luncheon at the upcoming Waterpower Week in Washington.

Solar and wind take the lead in FERC first infrastructure report of 2019

RenewableEnergyWorld.com - Renewable Energy - Пет., 2019-03-15 14:38
According to an analysis by the SUN DAY Campaign of data just released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), new solar and wind generating capacity has taken the lead over natural gas and all other energy sources for the first month of 2019.

Judge: Landowners don’t have to let Seneca wind farm company on property #OH

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Пет., 2019-03-15 14:00
TIFFIN – Thirty area landowners won’t have to let sPower on their property to do the work the Utah-based developer argued was necessary to keep its proposed Seneca Wind project on schedule. Retired Wood County Common Pleas Judge Robert Pollex, assigned by the Ohio Supreme Court to rule on the company’s request for a preliminary injunction that would have allowed it to cut down trees and do remaining surveying work on the private property, ruled in favor of the landowners. In . . .

Residents’ questions left unanswered after informational wind farm dinner #MO

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Пет., 2019-03-15 14:00
A barbecue meeting with representatives of a company that wants to develop a 30,000-acre wind farm in northwestern Boone County left a lot of questions unanswered, landowner Ashley Ernst said Thursday. The meeting at the Harrisburg Lions Club drew about 100 people who wanted to learn more about the project planned by E.ON Climate & Renewables, the host of the dinner. Landowners drafted a list of 88 questions for the company about the potential impact of the wind farm on . . .

City Planning Commission rejects wind turbine plans #OH

National Wind Watch: News Watch - Пет., 2019-03-15 14:00
Plans to build one or two 400-foot wind turbines southeast of the intersection of Crystal and Bigelow avenues were rejected Thursday by Findlay City Planning Commission. The action was a foregone conclusion after the city zoning appeals board last month denied One Energy’s request for a variance from city laws setting a 40- to 100-foot limit on wind turbines. Crystal Avenue residents have denounced the proposed wind turbines as an eyesore which would sink their property values and flicker shadows . . .
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