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February 23, 2024
Can We Overcome the Social License Barrier?

Have we hit an inflection point where each new wind or solar project is harder to build than the last? In August 2023, the Canadian province of Alberta imposed a regulatory moratorium on new grid-scale renewables, affecting 118 projects wor....

Jason Switzer and Kaki Comer

January 15, 2024
Wind of change: The digital transformation of wind energy

The share of U.S. electricity generation from wind energy has grown from less than 1 percent in 1990, to about 10.2 percent in 2022. To achieve this accomplishment over the past two decades, the wind industry had to increase the rated capacity of win....

Heinrich Dyck

January 15, 2024
The Sound of Success in the Wind Industry

Wind energy continues to be a pivotal player in the global shift towards sustainable power sources. As the wind industry advances, so does the need for efficient and reliable methods to monitor the health of wind turbine components, with a particular....

Valery Godinez-Azcuaga

January 15, 2024
A Call for Offshore Wind: Investments needed in key technologies

Despite some initial setbacks, the U.S. is making significant progress in meeting its climate goals outlined in the Paris Agreement. As it stands, the administration is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 50 percent below 2005....

Debrup Das

January 15, 2024
The Green Hydrogen Conundrum

When the White House announced $7 billion in funding for seven green hydrogen hubs, it signaled the start of a new era in clean fuel creation and consumption. Green hydrogen is envisioned as a major source of fuel for heavy industry, shipping, a....

Matt Behrns

January 15, 2024
Whole Turbine Predictive Maintenance

The Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) 2022 marked the most significant action the United States has taken on clean energy to help galvanize the country’s green energy projects.  The progress is already evident: The US D....

Ashley Crowther

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February 23, 2024
Can We Overcome the Social License Barrier?

Have we hit an inflection point where each new wind or solar project is harder to build than the last? In August 2023, the Canadian province of Alberta imposed a regulatory moratorium on new grid-scale renewables, affecting 118 projects wor....

Jason Switzer and Kaki Comer

January 15, 2024
Wind of change: The digital transformation of wind energy

The share of U.S. electricity generation from wind energy has grown from less than 1 percent in 1990, to about 10.2 percent in 2022. To achieve this accomplishment over the past two decades, the wind industry had to increase the rated capacity of win....

Heinrich Dyck

January 15, 2024
The Sound of Success in the Wind Industry

Wind energy continues to be a pivotal player in the global shift towards sustainable power sources. As the wind industry advances, so does the need for efficient and reliable methods to monitor the health of wind turbine components, with a particular....

Valery Godinez-Azcuaga

January 15, 2024
A Call for Offshore Wind: Investments needed in key technologies

Despite some initial setbacks, the U.S. is making significant progress in meeting its climate goals outlined in the Paris Agreement. As it stands, the administration is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 50 percent below 2005....

Debrup Das

January 15, 2024
The Green Hydrogen Conundrum

When the White House announced $7 billion in funding for seven green hydrogen hubs, it signaled the start of a new era in clean fuel creation and consumption. Green hydrogen is envisioned as a major source of fuel for heavy industry, shipping, a....

Matt Behrns