STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Wind Energy Grows, Remains Small
Wind power and solar power are the two fastest growing means of generating electricity according to Worldwatch Institute. However, this still accounts for just a small percentage of electricity genera... Posted on 10/2/14 at 12:57 AM
WASHINGTON — The Fish and Wildlife Service Tuesday proposed voluntary guidelines for onshore wind energy developers to avoid bird deaths and other harm to wildlife as part of the Obama administration’s big push for renewable and clean energy.
BISMARCK, N.D — After restricting the North Dakota Public Service Commission's authority to review wind farm locations, the Legislature is considering a bill to give the regulatory agency siting power over almost all wind projects.
WILTON, N.D. — Some central North Dakota residents who own land along the proposed route of a transmission line for coal-generated electrical power say they want to be compensated for their potential loss of income from future wind turbine easements.
SHANGHAI — China is defending its subsidies for wind and solar power against a U.S. complaint to the World Trade Organization that such support is unfair, saying its policies are best for fighting climate change.
MANKATO, Minn. — By now, it may be becoming apparent to most Americans that no single energy technology comes without its faults. Midwestern farmers still see ethanol as a viable tool in the arsenal, but the shine has rubbed off somewhat. Oil? Not working out too well in the Gulf right now.
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