Monday, August 20, 2018
Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development

The Rise Of The Hybrids: This Plant Combines Wind And Solar...

by Fred Guterl Dan Juhl was building a wind farm in Woodstock, Minnesota, back in 1998, and he’d hit a snag. He needed to supply electricity...

Riders On The Storm: GE Is Building A Wind Turbine That...

by Chris Noon Much like hurricanes in the northern Atlantic, typhoons are a perennial menace threatening Japan, the Philippines, China and other nations sitting on the...

The French Connection: Digital Twins From Paris Will Protect Wind Turbines...

by Dorothy PomerantzIn the heart of Paris, a short walk from the city’s storied opera, GE engineers are busy coding software that will allow them...

Spring Cleaning: How The World Is Scrubbing Coal Power Plants Of...

by Amy KoverWalk down a street in a city where people are still using coal to heat their homes and cook their dinner and you...

New Power Generation: Why America’s Largest Electric Utility Is Adding Renewables...

Electric power was still a luxury few could afford when American industrialist James Buchanan Duke and his partners decided to build a clever system...
video

Indonesia: Islands of Power – DRONEWEEK – GE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqJNjUxTsvo&feature=youtu.be

Solar Power Is Becoming Cheap Enough To Compete With Fossil Fuels...

Dubai has so many sunny days—more than 300 on average every year—it seems like a no-brainer for the city to use some of those...

Mekong Nations Eye Hydropower To Drive Energy And Economic Plans

Hydropower is the colossus of the renewable energy world – the single largest clean energy source available today accounting for more than 16% of total global electricity generation...

Size Matters: The Next Big Thing In Wind Turbines

In the race to supply the world with carbon-free renewable energy, there have been encouraging signs in wind power, with costs there falling by...