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Renewables and Natural Gas Projects Continue to Dominate U.S. and Canada Power Sector

The U.S. and Canada power sectors continue evolving as cheap natural gas and renewables incentives continue edging their way into the markets, according to…

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Tue Dec 06 2016

Oregon Expands Renewable Projects Portfolio

Oregon recently expanded its renewable portfolio standards (RPS) to 20% by 2020, 27% by 2025 and 50% by 2040 in an effort to make the…

Renewable Projects | Renewable Generation | Solar Projects | Wind Projects | Hydroelectric | Oregon | Renewables | geothermal

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Tue Nov 22 2016

Controversial California Wind Project Ready to Begin Construction

After more than a decade of regulatory hearings, permit fights and litigation, construction will begin on a 131-MW windfarm east of San Diego. The Tule…

Windfarm | Wind Projects | Tule Windfarm | Industrial Info | California

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Thu Sep 22 2016

Renewables and Natural Gas Projects Continue to Dominate U.S. and Canada Power Sector

The U.S. and Canada power sectors continue evolving as cheap natural gas and renewables incentives continue edging their way into the markets, according to Industrial Info's 2017 Global Industrial Outlook. The abundance and low cost of natural gas is driving the construction of natural gas-fired power plants throughout the U.S. and Canada. In the U.S., increasing environmental »

Oregon Expands Renewable Projects Portfolio

Oregon recently expanded its renewable portfolio standards (RPS) to 20% by 2020, 27% by 2025 and 50% by 2040 in an effort to make the state rely more on renewable generation such as wind, solar and hydroelectric and to obtain less electrical generation from coal-fired power plants. Eligible renewable technologies for the state RPS are wind, solar, hydroelectric, ocean thermal, »

Controversial California Wind Project Ready to Begin Construction

After more than a decade of regulatory hearings, permit fights and litigation, construction will begin on a 131-MW windfarm east of San Diego. The Tule Wind Project, which will consist of 57 turbines, will take about a year to build, its developer estimated. Power will be sold to Southern California Edison under a 15-year contract. A local group opposing the »