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CR Magnetics Introduces New Series Of Transducers
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 22 2008
St. Louis-based CR Magnetics Inc. has introduced a new series of power factor transducers specifically designed to sense the phase angle difference between AC current [read more]
Poll: Canadians Prefer Wind Energy Over Other Sources
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 22 2008
The Canadian Wind Energy Association - in association with The Strategic Council - has released the results of its Wind Power Survey during its 24th [read more]
PPG Recognized By Carbon Disclosure Project
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 22 2008
Pittsburgh-based PPG Industries Inc., a manufacturer of fiber-glass-reinforcement rovings and fabric used in wind turbine blades, as well as a provider of protective coatings for [read more]
WEICan Releases Report On Vindicator LWS
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 22 2008
The Wind Energy Institute of Canada (WEICan) has released its preliminary test report on Catch the Wind Ltd.'s Vindicator laser wind sensor (LWS) at the [read more]
PJM Interconnections Authorizes Transmission Upgrades
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
The PJM Interconnection Board has approved $1.8 billion in electric transmission system additions and upgrades for the grid. The improvements will enhance the reliability of [read more]
CanWEA Releases Wind Development Plan
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) has released its strategic vision for wind energy development during its 24th Annual Conference and Trade Show in Vancouver, [read more]
Rendell Announces Clean Energy Investment
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
Gov. Edward G. Rendell, R-Pa., has announced the investment of nearly $12 million in clean energy projects that will create at least 1,200 full- and [read more]
Carleton Wind Farm Turbines Erected
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
Longueuil, Quebec-based Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. has announced that all 73 wind turbines of the Carleton wind farm have been erected. Access roads and the [read more]
AMSC Licenses Proprietary Wind Turbine Designs To HHI
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
Devens, Mass.-based American Superconductor Corp. (AMSC), has licensed two of its proprietary wind turbine designs to South Korea-based Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (HHI). Under [read more]
Exelon Offers To Acquire NRG Energy
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
Chicago-based Exelon Corp. has announced its proposal to acquire Princeton, N.J.-based NRG Energy Inc., whose operations include Padoma Wind Power. In a letter delivered to [read more]
First Wind Receives BLM Permit For Wind Project
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
Boston-based First Wind, an independent wind power company, has received a finding of no significance permit and a record of decision permit from the U.S. [read more]
High Country Energy Elects Two Board Members
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 21 2008
Kasson, Minn.-based High Country Energy, a community-based wind energy development company, has elected John Meyer and Lisa Heggedahl to its advisory board. Their role is [read more]
Canadian Premier Announces Wind Development Plan
by NAW Staff on Monday October 20 2008
Robert Ghiz, the premier of Prince Edward Island has announced a 500 MW wind power development plant. Ghiz outlined provincial wind development policy in a [read more]
FERC Approves Incentives For Major Transmission Projects
by NAW Staff on Monday October 20 2008
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved rate incentives for a major transmission project in the West that will deliver up to 3,000 MW [read more]
ISO New England Releases 10-Year Plan For Region's Power System
by NAW Staff on Monday October 20 2008
The 2008 Regional System Plan released by Holyoke, Mass.-based ISO New England Inc. forecasts that the region is likely to have sufficient capacity to meet [read more]
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