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Ivanhoe Mines has announced their financial results of 2011 and is giving a lot of information on their Oyu Tolgoi project in their press release. The point of the most interest to me is what they have to say about their plans for power at the site. Still no word on any plans for building...
I have been writing a couple of comments to an open letter Mark Lynas wrote together with George Monbiot, Stephen Tindale, Fred Pearce, and Michael Hanlon to British Prime Minister Cameron at Lynas’ blog. The letter has this to say: “Whilst we enthusiastically support research into new...
Abishek Shah at Green Chip Stocks wrote in January that China is looking to set up some 1,000 MW solar farms in their desert areas, including Inner Mongolia. Thanks to this tweet by Solar Feeds for the link. The article notes that with the great solar resources there, solar photovoltaic can produce...
One anti-renewable talking point often heard is that it is impossible to run an electricity system with 100% renewable. One way (actually the only way) to prove that wrong is to point to an example where exactly that has been done. The following list of countries getting 60% or more of their...
The Mongolian feed-in tariff law adopted by the Mongolian Parliament on January 11, 2007, is published in an English translation at the website of the Mongolian National Renewable Energy Center, as well as the original Mongolian version. This is also a good occasion to mention for further reference...
Available here. Thanks for the link to this tweet by Miningmongolia. From the report: 2011 delivered another year of xenophobic attacks against foreign nationals in Ulaanbaatar with numerous incidents reported to the U.S. Embassy by American citizens. A number of these attacks occurred without...
The World Bank has a small $18 million project running to bring renewable energy to villages in Mongolia located far away from the central grid. The project homepage is found here. The funding started in 2006 and is scheduled to close at the end of June this year. This short post at PV-tech.org...
That is the message in this blog post at Salon by Michael Klare. Thanks to this tweet by TckTckTck for the link. He says that high oil prices and high prices for gasoline are here to stay. Excellent news. That will help getting rid of firing the stuff faster.That is the message in this blog post at...
Ganhuyag reports that the offering of the Development Bank of Mongolia (that is, the Mongolian government) of a $600 million bond oversold, with investors ready to take on $6.25 billion at a price of 5.75 percent, which is cheaper than the original guidance of 6 to 6.25 percent. With a rating of...
I just found this nice German page visualizing exactly how much solar electricity is generated at any time, over this link at the relevant thread at Photovoltaik Forum. It shows 14.9 GW right now, down 0.1 from when I started writing this entry, and down from a peak of 15.5 GW, which seems to be...