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Market Outlook in Review: Renewables, Natural Gas Dominate North American Power Industry Spending

North American renewable energy is on the rise, while coal-fired and nuclear development are fading into the background. Along with the increased renewable generation comes…

Energy | Renewables | Renewable Energy | Windfarm | Wind Power | Wind Projects | Solar | Solar Power | Ethylene | Chemicals | Oil | Crude | Crude Oil | Refining | Natural Gas | LNG | fracking | Hydro | Hydropower | drilling | Fossil Fuel

William Ploch

Mon Nov 26 2018

IEA Report: Fall in Renewables and New Nuclear Energy Spending

For the third consecutive year, global energy investment dropped by 2% in 2017 with declines noted in both renewables and new nuclear power projects. Figures…

Renewables | Renewable Energy | Nuclear | Nuclear Power | Nuclear Energy | Nuclear Plant | Windfarm | Wind Power | Solar | Solar Power | photovoltaic

William Ploch

Wed Aug 08 2018

Developers Submit Proposals for Massachusetts Offshore Wind Power Project

Developers submitted bids to meet the Wednesday deadline for what would be Massachusetts' first offshore wind energy project. The project is part of a Massachusetts…

Offshore | Windfarm | Wind Power | Renewables

Industrial Info

Thu Dec 21 2017

Rhode Island to Boost Renewable Energy to 1,000 Megawatts by 2020

Rhode Island is looking to increase its renewable energy to 1,000 megawatts by 2020, according to a strategic initiative by Governor Gina Raimondo. The…

Renewable Energy | Windfarm | Rhode Island | Hydroelectric | Solar

Industrial Info

Fri Jun 02 2017

IIR Webinar: North American Power Capacity Closures Motivate New Power Generation

Since 2010, the U.S. and Canada have seen the closure of fossil-fuel-fed and nuclear power facilities to the tune of about 85 gigawatts (GW)…

North America | New Build | Power Generation Projects | Windfarm | Power Generation | Power Construction | EPC

Industrial Info

Wed Nov 30 2016

Market Outlook in Review: Renewables, Natural Gas Dominate North American Power Industry Spending

North American renewable energy is on the rise, while coal-fired and nuclear development are fading into the background. Along with the increased renewable generation comes the need for additional transmission and distribution infrastructure. Britt Burt, Industrial Info's vice president of research for the Power Industry, discussed these and other subjects at the company's recent Market Outlook in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. »

IEA Report: Fall in Renewables and New Nuclear Energy Spending

For the third consecutive year, global energy investment dropped by 2% in 2017 with declines noted in both renewables and new nuclear power projects. Figures from the International Energy Agency (IEA) show that global energy investment totalled $1.8 trillion in 2017, a 2% decline in real terms from the previous year. In its World Energy Investment 2018 report, the »

Developers Submit Proposals for Massachusetts Offshore Wind Power Project

Developers submitted bids to meet the Wednesday deadline for what would be Massachusetts' first offshore wind energy project. The project is part of a Massachusetts law that allows for the procurement of up to 1,600 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind energy by 2027. A request for proposals (RFP) for long-term contracts for offshore wind energy projects was issued on »

Rhode Island to Boost Renewable Energy to 1,000 Megawatts by 2020

Rhode Island is looking to increase its renewable energy to 1,000 megawatts by 2020, according to a strategic initiative by Governor Gina Raimondo. The "1000 by 20" strategic energy goal would expand renewable energy through offshore wind, solar and hydroelectric projects in order to create clean energy jobs, currently around 14,000 across the state, and boost »

IIR Webinar: North American Power Capacity Closures Motivate New Power Generation

Since 2010, the U.S. and Canada have seen the closure of fossil-fuel-fed and nuclear power facilities to the tune of about 85 gigawatts (GW), which provides the main motivation for new-build power generation projects now under construction or in the planning phases, according to Britt Burt, Industrial Info’s vice president of Global Research-Power Industry. Burt speaks about the »