Posts Tagged "Suzlon China India “Energy demand” “Wind energy” Coal “Technology leapfrogging”"

Utility computing meets the utilties

I am currently attending the Corporate Climate Response conference in NYC (carbon-balanced flying courtesy of Expedia). The following is a recap of a panel discussion on implementation strategies for corporate climate initiatives. The T2000 server lines up for climate change fighting duty How much do you pay for computing? For most of our lives, this has been an issue settled… read more →

Wind energy in the developing world

The Western world's longstanding dominance in the burgeoning wind industry is now under attack from Suzlon, an Indian wind turbine manufacturer that has been rapidly catching up to GE and top European European wind companies since its founding only 11 years ago. Suzlon is the unlikely creation of a group of brothers who used to run a textile business. Frustrated… read more →