[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 4: CCP as A Huge Threat to U.S. Energy – No Joke

[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 4: CCP as A Huge Threat to U.S. Energy – No Joke

A-Power’s enhanced successor Guanghui Energy proposed to build the Blue Hills Wind Project, instead of just being a turbine manufacturer. Considering worries from the Congress and the Texas Outage just happened not long ago, it’s hard to say that CCP has nothing to do with it at all
[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 3: Should the Mysterious A-Power be Responsible for Texas Outage?

[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 3: Should the Mysterious A-Power be Responsible for Texas Outage?

A-Power helped build a big wind farm in Texas, but other than arguing about the money that had been spent on it, no one is giving this farm’s name. Now with the Texas outage that just happened about a month ago, it’s reasonable to doubt if A-Power has anything to do with it. Though A-Power is out of our sight, there’s already a new company that follows its steps of being suspicious
[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 2: How CCP got Involved in Texas’ Wind Industry

[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 2: How CCP got Involved in Texas’ Wind Industry

The connections between CCP and the U.S. government could be traced back to 1979. Under the Obama administration, the U.S. government conducted a series of collaborations with CCP. Though the projects they worked on together were huge, queries and dissatisfactions were also attracted
[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 1: New Hampshire Wants It While Texas Suffered From It

[Mayflower Analysis] Is Wind Energy Really that Reliable? Part 1: New Hampshire Wants It While Texas Suffered From It

On February 23, New Hampshire held a meeting, discussing developing offshore wind energy with panelists who presented the benefits of offshore wind energy. A week ago, Texas experienced severe power outages during the unbearable freezing weather. With no precaution in advance, the wind turbines got frozen during the state's coldest temperatures in over 30 years