AFC Energy reaches milestone 200 kW output from alkaline fuel cell system in Germany

UK-based AFC Energy reports that, following an accelerated 12-month fuel cell development programme, it has delivered gross electrical output in excess of 200 kW at its KORE alkaline fuel cell power plant in Stade, northern Germany. Source:: http://www.renewableenergyfocus.com/view/43731/afc-energy-reaches-milestone-200-kw-output-from-alkaline-fuel-cell-system-in-germany/

NSW central tablelands community ‘destroyed’ by divisions over $200m wind farm, commission hears #AUS

By National Wind Watch A public hearing has been told a proposed wind farm in the New South Wales central tablelands has been so divisive it has destroyed the fabric of the local community. The Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) is considering the Crudine Ridge project, between Mudgee and Bathurst, which involves building up to 77 […]

Horse Creek wind project in Clayton could expand into Orleans, Lyme and Brownville #NY

By National Wind Watch CLAYTON — Signaling that the footprint of its former proposal could grow, the developer of the Horse Creek wind project plans to erect meteorological towers in the towns of Clayton, Orleans, Brownville and Lyme. A representative from Iberdrola Renewables confirmed the plan for the towers, which are used to measure wind […]