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KR : South Korea - 500 large wind turbines by 2020

January 10, 2011

Currently, research is in the stage of a project to build offshore wind farm consisting of 500 wind turbines, that will be implanted in Jeolla Province (South Korea).

JP : An omnidirectional windmill tower concept

January 7, 2011

Japanese Company System Co. Zena., Ltd. has developed an innovative wind energy production, able to capture the winds that blow in any direction.

FR: Forclum solution comes with an energy saving solution in buildings

September 2, 2010

Forclum Company’s new headquarters, a branch of the Eiffage group (France), shows the particularity to consume only 69 kWh/sqm/year, with 50% less than conventional office buildings.

CZ : The Czech government approved a work plan on renewable energy

August 27, 2010

The Czech government approved Wednesday a framework for renewable energy plan, which aims to reduce the generous subsidies that led to a solar boom in country, being ranked third in Europe.

300% renewable energy in Ireland

August 17, 2010

Ireland's renewable energy resources are potentially three times higher than the country's energy requirements.

2010 record year for offshore wind

July 22, 2010

Offshore wind energy is gaining momentum in Europe with 118 new offshore wind turbines connected to the network, in the first half of 2010, according to the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA).

River Turbines to Be Installed Under Famous Parisian Bridges

July 1, 2010

Parisians will soon have a project to generate clean energy sources, in their famous bridges.

Xcel Energy opens hybrid power plant in Colorado

July 1, 2010

Xcel Energy Inc. opened an experimental hybrid plant named Cameo, which uses both coal and solar energy to generate electricity, thereby significantly reducing emissions of greenhouse gases.

$24 million investment in algae-based biofuel researh

June 30, 2010

The U.S. Department of Energy announced an investment up to $24 million research, to advance the commercialization of algae-based bio-fuels.

SA: Building a 1730 MW power plant in Saudi Arabia

June 19, 2010

GDF Suez has won a contract to build a gas power plants of 1730 MW capacity in Saudi Arabia, Riyadh IPP. The plant will be located about 25 km west of Riyadh, the capital.
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