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DNV Developing New Safety Standards
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 04 2008
DNV - a global provider of risk management services, headquartered in Norway - along with five industry partners, is developing a specific safety standard that [read more]
3TIER Releases New Wind Map of the World
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 04 2008
Seattle-based 3TIER, an independent provider of global renewable energy assessment and forecasting, has unveiled a 5 km resolution global wind map based on accurate, consistent [read more]
Welwind Agrees To Partnership With Windcor
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 04 2008
San Diego-based Welwind Energy International Corp. has come to an agreement with Windcor Power Systems to create a joint venture partnership on various projects located [read more]
Ontario Wind Projects Officially Commissioned
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 03 2008
The Mohawk Point and Clear Creek wind farms have officially been commissioned, according to Toronto-based developer AIM PowerGen Corp. Commissioning of the two 9.9 [read more]
Clean Currents Offers Green Holiday Cards
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 03 2008
Rockville, Md.-based Clean Currents has unveiled the Season's Greenings gift card, which allows holiday shoppers to purchase wind power. With every $10 increment, a Season's [read more]
First Climate Opens New Office In San Francisco
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 03 2008
First Climate LLC, a provider of carbon asset management, investment and advisory services, has opened a new office in San Francisco. The new office will [read more]
AEP Pursuing Development Of Transmission Superhighway
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 03 2008
Columbus, Ohio-based American Electric Power (AEP) is evaluating the feasibility of building a multi-state, extra-high-voltage transmission project across the Upper Midwest to support the development [read more]
REpower Systems Installs Prototype Of 3.XM Wind Turbine
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 03 2008
REpower Systems AG has installed the prototype for its new onshore wind turbine at the Sudermarsch wind farm near Husum, Germany. The REpower 3.XM - [read more]
Welwind Secures Additional Acreage For Wind Project
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 03 2008
San Diego-based Welwind Energy International Corp. has secured an additional 1,400 acres of private land for its Peace Region wind project in British Columbia. The [read more]
Vestas Seeks To Build New North American Headquarters
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 02 2008
Danish wind turbine supplier Vestas is seeking to consolidate its presence in Portland, Ore., by building a new headquarters for Vestas Americas, the company's business [read more]
First Phase Of Windy Point On Schedule
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 02 2008
San Diego-based Cannon Power Group says that the first phase of its 136.6 MW wind project in Klickitat County, Wash., is on schedule and due [read more]
AAER Signs Turbine Supply Agreement With Devon Canada
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 02 2008
Montreal-based AAER Inc., a manufacturer of wind turbines, has signed an agreement for the delivery of a 1.5 MW wind turbine to Devon Canada Corp. [read more]
DeWind Completes Commissioning Of Turbine
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 02 2008
DeWind, a subsidiary of Irvine, Calif.-based Composite Technology Corp. (CTC), has completed the mechanical commissioning of the 2 MW D8.2 wind turbine, which was sold [read more]
GreenSmith Launches Intelligent Distributed Energy Storage System
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 02 2008
GreenSmith Energy Management Systems Inc., a provider of distributed energy storage systems (DESS), has unveiled its proprietary battery unit, which shifts electricity load from peak [read more]
KEMA Report Finds Benefits Of Fast-Response Storage Devices
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 02 2008
Burlington, Mass.-based KEMA, a global energy and utility industry consulting firm, has released a report highlighting the benefits of energy storage technologies for system regulation [read more]
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