News arrived in late December from the waters off the United Kingdom that the first of MHI Vestas (a joint venture between Vests and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries)
The American Samoan island of Ta’u — located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, around 2,600 miles from Hawaii and around 4,800 miles from the US mainland — is now running on 100% solar electricity, according to a new tweet from Tesla and an email from SolarCity to CleanTechnica.
Quarter-scale sea tests of Minesto’s unique technology for producing electricity from low-velocity ocean and tidal currents, Deep Green, has been ongoing at Minesto’s test facility in Northern Ireland since 2013. The test results now surpass previously noted maximum levels of electricity generation.
Building on 10 years of implementing Women of Wind Energy’s (WoWE) mission through proven infrastructure and progressive programming, WoWE is excited to take the next step in advancing women across the renewable energy spectrum.