Aurora Project Group to launch Podcast Series this summer

Greetings to all of our friends, wherever you are in our world today.

The Aurora Project Education Pavillion Podcast Series will revolve around the various subject matter concepts which drive community projects and energy on a local, regional, national and global level.

Aurora Project’s next generation technology platform and Solution Sectors allow you to become part of the living organism and ecosystem.

After all, remember…We’re all in this together. Let’s share our global intellectual capital and lessons learned in order to enrich each other, our communities, and nations of the world. 

We also look forward to your thoughts and insight. We would be delighted to highlight your story in the Podcast as well.

So stay tuned for our inaugural introductory Podcast in the coming days.

“So, what can you do?  Well first and most important is to be found. If you can’t be found, opportunity will pass you by. Join Aurora Project with like minded communities in taking the next step towards our combined future.”

– Ray Dean & Aurora project Group

Taiwan plans to increase offshore wind energy capacity

Focus Taiwan News Channel outline Taiwan’s further commitment to wind energy.

Speaking at a trade conference in Taipei, deputy head of the BOE Lee Chun-li (李君禮) said the plans for the third phase of the government’s offshore wind energy development project will be released in full later this year.

Taipei, April 25 (CNA) Taiwan is aiming to increase its offshore wind energy generation capacity by 5 gigawatts over a five year period, starting in 2026, the Bureau of Energy (BOE) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs said Thursday.


“Taiwan has been a leader in offshore wind energy for nearly a generation. Here they continue to lead the charge.”

-Ray Dean

Tunisia Looks To Boost Renewable Sector

Good news from  Oxford Business Group 

Slim Feriani, the minister of industry and small and medium-sized enterprises, announced in mid-January that the country was seeking to attract $2bn in foreign investment by launching international bids to develop a series of wind and solar power projects over the next three years.

These investments would create 1900 MW of generation capacity by 2022, which, by that time, would account for about 22 percent of installed capacity.