Passage of the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act is expected to drive dramatic growth in jobs and technology deployment in the US as it locks in tax credits for the next decade for solar and wind energy - which were previously limited to one to three years.
The US Energy Information Association (EIA) anticipates that Renewables will comprise 22 percent of all electricity generation in 2022, up from 20% in 2020/2021.
The US set a major renewable energy milestone March 29th when wind power was the second-highest source of electricity for the first time since the EIA began gathering data in 2018 - edging out coal and nuclear power sources but still lagging behind natural gas.
G.E.’s giant new Haliade-X wind turbine, which can light up a small town, is stoking a renewable-energy arms race.
New York Governor Cuomo has taken a major step to advance New York’s climate agenda with the largest combined solicitations for renewable energy ever issued by a U.S. state, seeking 4,000 MW.
Latest wind and solar cost falls mean the energy transition has reached a “turning point” that should prompt massive retirement of “unjustifiable” global coal capacity, claimed the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena).
TTP is looking forward to attending the AWEA O&M and Safety Conference Feb 26 & 27 at the Hotel Del on beautiful Coronado Island. If you would like to meet there to discuss any wind turbine reliability or performance concerns you may have please contact us at email@example.com. Thanks!
This 5-minute 2015 from Mid American provides a great overview of the wind turbine assembly process from the ground up.
TTP is pleased to announce that Vineesh Agrawal MSc has joined our team as a Senior Loads Engineer & Data Analytics Specialist. Vineesh has nearly 10 years of experience in utility scale wind turbine loads modeling and analysis and will be a valuable addition to the TTP Engineering team. Welcome Vineesh! 9/2019
A new and comprehensive US Wind Turbine database has been released by LBNL, USGS & AWEA.