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General Electric (GE) Renewable and Invenergy, a privately held renewable energy company, announced plans to extend the Wind Catcher farm located in the far northeastern region of Oklahoma (the Oklahoma Panhandle) to a total capacity of 2 GW, making it the largest onshore wind farm in North America and the second largest globally. The companies will also construct a 350-mile dedicated power line to allow utilities in the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma to purchase electricity from the Wind Catcher project, eventually reaching up to 1.1 million customers. According to the project website, the wind farm is expected to generate US$7 billion, create 8,400 jobs during construction and avoid greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions equivalent to taking 1.3 million cars off the road. [GE Press Release] [Wind Catcher Project Website]
Specifically, the assessment recommends, among other measures: revising national energy plans to account for renewable resource potentials and reduced technology costs; providing incentives in electricity system operation rules; promoting long-term financing; improving collaboration among the private sector and financial institutions; creating risk mitigation mechanisms for local governments; and providing more training at all levels. According to the analysis, these and other measures could boost the share of renewables in Tanzania’s electricity sector to 78% by 2030, including more than 5 GW of solar power. [Report Abstract] [Renewables Readiness Assessment: United Republic of Tanzania]