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IRENA forecasts 24 million renewable energy jobs worldwide by 2030

In its fourth annual report, Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review 2017 , the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) presents statistics on renewable energy employment, both by technology and in selected countries.   288 more words

Green Economy

Offshore Wind Power Market 2017 Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities in Global Forecast To 2022

Offshore Wind Power Market 2017

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This report studies Offshore Wind Power in Global market, especially in North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India, with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions, from 2012 to 2016, and forecast to 2022. 606 more words


Ontario's cyclonic wind costs keep heading higher

Compare power output from wind and the cost to consumers between 2010 and 2016 and we learn this: we’re paying more for intermittent wind power, produced out-of-phase with demand… 599 more words

Electricity Bills

Oregon wind farm for Apple aims for reduced footprint with big turbines

3.6-megawatt turbines would be the most powerful ever used in the Northwest.

Fewer but bigger turbines — the most powerful ever deployed in the Northwest — could reduce the footprint and improve the economics of an Oregon wind farm that… 28 more words

Portland Business Journal

Interests struggle for balance in Eastern Oregon

Agricultural interests support single green energy corridor in the Umatilla Basin

As more wind and solar projects take shape in Eastern Oregon, the Umatilla Basin finds itself caught between interests. 65 more words

Office Of The Governor

GREBE participates in Galway Chamber’s Energy Conference

The GREBE Project participated in Galway Chamber’s energy conference in the Galway Bay Hotel on Friday 12th May 2017.  As part of the panel on the International Perspective, Pauline Leonard (GREBE Project Co-ordinator) stressed the benefits of renewable energy for the social and economic development of peripheral regions and the benefits of working with international partners in terms of technology and knowledge transfer. 238 more words

Wind Energy

Wind – Is in use as power source for centuries. Wind-powered sailing ships mapped the world, mechanical windmills ground grain and pumped water, and kites amused children long before fossil fuels powered today’s ships, factories, and video games. 88 more words