NewEnergyNews: QUICK NEWS, July 10: GRADING THE STATES FOR SUN; 500MW WIND PROJECT FOR ARIZONA; OCEAN ENERGY RISING

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    Wednesday, July 10, 2013

    QUICK NEWS, July 10: GRADING THE STATES FOR SUN; 500MW WIND PROJECT FOR ARIZONA; OCEAN ENERGY RISING

    GRADING THE STATES FOR SUN Which US states are hot for solar power (map)?

    Rani Molla, July 5, 2013 (GigaOm)

    “Solar power technology is proliferating across the U.S. as costs drop and awareness grows…But the political atmosphere for solar power varies greatly state to state…[C]lean energy advocacy group Solar Power Rocks…ranked states based on a methodology that factors in five years’ of data regarding solar incentives, policy, infrastructure and metering, and assigned states a letter grade based on how easy or difficult it is to go solar…” click here for more

    500MW WIND PROJECT FOR ARIZONA Arizona wind farm to produce 500MW, power 175,000 homes

    Graham Templeton, July 5, 2013 (Geek)

    “…Wind energy exploits,not a natural resource, but a natural feature, and has very few negative side-effects…To generate substantial amounts of power requires significant investment in large scale wind farms — and now BP Wind Energy is doing just that. Nicely out of the way about 40 miles from Kingman in Mojave County, Arizona, this wind farm is set to produce anywhere from 425 to 500 megawatts of power for the area. That’s enough to power 175,000 homes…” click here for more

    OCEAN ENERGY RISING Ocean Tidal Energy and Offshore Wind Energy Gaining Energy Department’s Attention

    Brian Gabriel, June 28, 2013 (Business Administration Information)

    “The United States Department of Energy (DOE) is beginning to show strong support for the emerging field of ocean energy…[which] includes tidal energy, wave energy and offshore wind energy…Energy from the ocean tides and offshore wind could prove to be a substantial source of energy in future years…” click here for more

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