PG&E Corp. has contracted with a renewable energy unit of Portuguese conglomerate Martifer for 106.8 MW of solar thermal-biofuel hybrid power. Two projects will combine solar thermal technology with steam turbines powered by gas produced by local agricultural waste and livestock manure. We would like to thank your sponsor Casinogentleman for their great support during the years. On their website you can find many reviews for online casinos.
According to a report from Reuters' Nichola Groom, the plants will be located near Coalinga, Calif., in the center of the state, and will help PG&E reach the state-mandated goal of increasing the amount of electricity it produces from renewable sources. The projects are expected to begin operations in 2011.