Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Christopher Adlam Jul 8
Here is the latest bi-weekly and Darlington performance graphs for the period ending July 7th, 2020. I've included a separate graph for wind capacity this time, as there seemed to be interest. Contrasting it to output will estimate curtailed.
Reply Retweet Like
HVWooding Jul 9
Case Study ⭐ Next Generation of Offshore Wind Turbines A worldwide manufacturer of wind turbines, developing the generator busbars for the next generation of offshore 7MW machines! Read More:
Reply Retweet Like
IntelStor Jul 10
The absolute cost of operations and maintenance (O&M) per has increased by over 12% in the past 10 years... that is, until the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Buy the Global & Trends Report to learn more
Reply Retweet Like
IEEE PES Jul 9
Technical Report 78 is now available on the PES Resource Center. Access it here:
Reply Retweet Like
Antonio M. Bento Jul 3
Increadibly proud that my country! Portugal is becoming one of the world’s major innovator in renewables. Look at this amazing floating - the world’s largest floating turbine!
Reply Retweet Like
Todd Jul 9
Reply Retweet Like
Castaloop Jul 7
Here’s one of Castaloop’s proudest moment’s since our launch in 2016. Stay tuned for some amazing new wind handling footage to come in the coming weeks. ⛴ _
Reply Retweet Like
Solar Wind Energy 18h
In the US, a can pay for itself in in 5 to 10 years.
Reply Retweet Like
Christopher Adlam Jul 5
As brought my attention to, output is currently 11MW... Of 4,486MW grid connected. It was earlier at 5MW. I believe this is the lowest I've ever seen since I started tracking it. That is a CF of 0.2% for those following along at home.
Reply Retweet Like
SynapsisCreative Jul 9
Rethink the model for sales and to improve customer communication and retention. Use the model to turn fans into
Reply Retweet Like
SunContract Jul 6
that a single 2.5MW can generate enough to meet the annual needs of over 1,400 households, make 230M cups of tea, or run the average computer for well over 2,000 years? Most turbines will usually generate electricity 70–85 per cent of the time!
Reply Retweet Like
CompositesPRESS.com Jul 9
ACT Blade's ultra-light turbine design could take wind generation to next level • Shared on
Reply Retweet Like
SGK-PLANET-en Jul 9
Reply Retweet Like
@JamaicanRabbit5 Jul 4
This yacht is the first hydrogen-powered boat to travel the world
Reply Retweet Like
Chevening Awards🇬🇧 Jul 3
Replying to @OfficialUoM @UKinEgypt
Now we hear from structural engineering student Kareem from . His presentation looks at recent efforts to move to renewable energy and, more specifically, the optimisation of design.
Reply Retweet Like
IntelStor Jul 6
IntelStor's Global Operations & Maintenance Trends Report to be released the week of July 20th 2020. Features include forecasting future market growth & segment opportunities. Pre-order your copy today @
Reply Retweet Like
EDP Renewables Jul 2
They go out with the tide, then come back with the waves, it's only the ocean and you 🌊, . Check out the world’s largest floating teaching us how sustainable innovation works and tell us what's your favorite photo. 📷 👍
Reply Retweet Like
Poseidon Systems Jul 6
Too often, faults develop far enough in that they require costly secondary damage. These faults could have been detected sooner by online sensors alerting operators to abnormal patterns of generation. Read more on our blog --
Reply Retweet Like
Socket & Allied Jul 8
UK gives go-ahead to giant windfarm project off Norfolk coast... 💨🔌
Reply Retweet Like
Socket & Allied Jul 9
‘World’s largest’ offshore wind farm in the UK takes off with new helicopter contract... 😲👌
Reply Retweet Like