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Dong Energy takes development rights on US windfarm

Dong Energy takes development rights on US windfarm

DONG Energy, Denmark’s largest energy company is taking over the development rights from RES Americas for an  offshore wind project in the US. The project cold potentially provide more than 1GW of energy in Massachusetts, with the firm believing it ...

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IKEA buys a 165MW wind project in the US

IKEA buys a 165MW wind project in the US

IKEA has made it’s largest investment in renewable energy so far by purchasing a 165MW wind project in the US. The Southern Texas windfarm named Cameron is being built by Apex Clean Energy, which operates on behalf of IKEA when ...

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Fall in US coal exports in 2014

Fall in US coal exports in 2014

According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), there has been a decline in US coal exports in the last 2 years, due to lower demand for coal to Europe and an increased supply from other countries. In the first ...

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US ranks second in world for installed wind capacity

US ranks second in world for installed wind capacity

According to the Department of Energy (DOE), the US comes in second in the world for installed wind energy capacity. A total of 61GW of wind capacity has been installed in the US, following modest growth last year with nearly ...

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Global wind capacity to double by 2020

Global wind capacity to double by 2020

A new report claims that lead by China, the global wind capacity market will more than double by 2020. Wind power capacity will rise from 319.6GW at the end of last year to 678.5GW by 2020, according to research and ...

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US plans to reduce to power plant pollution unveiled

US plans to reduce to power plant pollution unveiled

The American power sector has unveiled plans to cut carbon dioxide emissions 30% by 2030 from 2005 levels under new government regulations unveiled on Monday, forming part of President Obama’s climate change strategy. The Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal is one ...

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