Debunking the Left’s Wind-Power Myths Apr 30, 2019 |Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris | America Outloud [Excerpts - Read Full Article] Wind power currently provides the United States with four times the amount of energy provided by solar technologies But that doesn’t mean energy from the wind can replace fossil fuels, despite the claims of many … Continue reading Wind power is hampered by many limitations
University Of Chicago Reports That Renewables Are A Luxury No Man Can Afford Apr. 26, 2019 | John Petersen | seekingalpha.com On April 21st, the University of Chicago's Energy Policy Institute (EPIC) released the results of a comprehensive study comparing states that have renewable portfolio standards (RPS) with states that don’t. It reported that seven … Continue reading University Of Chicago Reports That Renewables Are A Luxury No Man Can Afford
The Window For Wyoming’s Wind Industry November 3, 2017 | Cooper McKim | Inside Energy “We need to have these projects in the ground and fully operational by the end of 2020 to qualify for the production tax credit so that is the driver of doing these projects now,” she says. The production tax credit, or … Continue reading Wind Rush – All about the Tax Credits!
RES’ supply-chain concerns confirm recent report findings from Wood Mackenzie. FEBRUARY 01, 2019 |JASON DEIGN | greentechmedia.com There's a race to complete wind plants before the PTC runs out. Renewable energy developer RES has warned of U.S. wind project supply chain challenges as the federal Production Tax Credit comes to an end in 2020. “The largest … Continue reading US Wind Player “RES Americas” Warns of Impending Supply Bottlenecks as PTC Disappears
With their eye only on deadlines wind companies have made a basic project management mistake, in pushing forward with a Wind Rush, to build out as many projects as possible, to collect tax credits, issues with supply chain, transportation and logistics were not considered. Study by Energy Logistics Group More than $2.1 billion in turbine sales … Continue reading Looming Supply Chain Crunch Threatens US Wind Energy Boom