Tag Archives: Wind Energy
“In each market where wind energy is being developed, the state is a big player in the initial stages of industry development and is often the sponsor of pilot projects.”
African Development Bank Economist to present report on continent’s wind energy market at Clean Power Africa this month
Some 5000 power professionals to gather in Cape Town
“The challenge in South Africa is ensuring that we have the technical skills to match the strong drive to invest in renewable energy.”
Clean Power Africa to showcase top hydro, solar and wind technology“Today’s World Earth Day reminds us all of our need to commit to protecting our environment and increasing renewable energy projects instead of relying on the more traditional power sources is a great way for countries and companies to start making a difference.” This is according to Emma Sayers, the conference producer of the upcoming Clean Power Africa in Cape Town’s CTICC from 14-15 May.
The event will give an exclusive look at hydro, wind and solar projects and opportunities across the African continent, gathering major stakeholders in the clean power energy generation sector looking at feasible solutions to fulfil Africa’s generation capacity needs.
The Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water & Environment and MASEN confirm support for Power Industry North Africa 2013
The Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water & Environment and MASEN, the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy, have confirmed their support for the first Power Industry North Africa Conference which will be held in Casablanca, Morocco, on the 27-28 February 2013.
Glasgow, United Kingdom, January, 2013 –(PR.com)– SgurrEnergy’s 2nd generation wind Lidar, the Galion, has been used to produce the first image of multiple offshore wind turbine wakes ever captured by a scanning Lidar device.
The unique image was revealed by the wind Lidar research group at the Stuttgart Wind Energy department (SWE) at Stuttgart University in Germany, which is using SgurrEnergy’s Galion Lidar in a groundbreaking offshore wind energy research campaign being conducted at the Baltic-1 wind farm in the German Baltic Sea.
EAWC Technologies Delivers the Comprehensive Solution for Water and Energy Scarcity – Innovative new technologies will provide clean drinking water and alternative energy solutions on a worldwide basis
MIAMI, Dec., 2012 /PRNewswire via African Press Organization (APO)/ — EAWC Technologies, a leader in innovation in the clean water and alternative energy sectors, announced its comprehensive range of solutions designed to mitigate the growing scarcity of clean drinking water and renewable energy sources. EAWC offers solar-powered water purification systems designed to provide potable water in areas affected by disasters or in regions of the world where water shortages are already present. The water produced using EAWC’s proprietary methods meets the stringent quality standards of the World Health Organization and other major water testing organizations, making these methods a viable choice throughout the world. More information about the processes used can be found at the company’s website at EAWC Technologies.
South Korea has potential wind reserves of more than 340 TWh of which close to 100 TWh is onshore and a whopping 243 TWh is offshore.
“Sustainable sources of energy are essential to the future of Cape Town”
Wind potential and average wind speeds in North African countries rank amongst the highest in the world. These resources are exceptional and it is because of this that North African countries are leading the rest of the continent in wind power projects, with 95% of the total installed wind power in Africa being found in Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco.
The consumption of composite materials in Global Wind Energy Industry is forecast to reach $3.9 billion by 2017 study says.
The Consumption of Composite Materials in Asia Pacific Wind Energy Industry is Forecast to Cross 1000 Million Lbs by 2017 Study Says
Opportunities for Composites in Asia Pacific Wind Energy Industry – 2017