Renewable energy is critical to our fight against climate change. Experts agree we need a substantial reduction in CO2 over the next 40-50 years, meaning renewable energy must replace fossil fuels now.
See sample Renewable Energy Projects below.
The Soma III Wind Farm Project is a large-scale wind project in Savastepe District of Balikesir Province and Soma District of Manisa Province in Turkey.
In addition to generating renewable energy, the 662.5-megawatt Capricorn Ridge Wind Project also “adds a tax base to Sterling and Coke Counties, provides economic stimulus of landowner lease payments, and creates no air or water pollution.”
The 15 MW Solar Power Plant Project of Gujarat is a solar photovoltaic power project located in the western state of Gujarat, India. The Project has collectively installed and now operates more than 63,000 solar photovoltaic modules with an annual estimated power generation of more than 24,000 megawatt hours.
The Hydro Power Project by Darjeeling Power is a 3 megawatt, grid-connected project on the Shaung Stream, which is a tributary of the Bapsa River.
The Wind Based Power Generation by Mytrah Energy (India) Limited Project consists of 223 wind turbines spread throughout India’s Southern Grid and the Project has a total installed capacity of 233.1 megawatts.
The New Bedford Landfill Gas-to-Energy Project is a gas-to-energy plant which produces approx. 3.3 megawatt hours (MWh) of clean electricity.