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AWEA: PTC Expiration Threatens Growth Of U.S. Wind Development
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 06 2008
U.S. wind farms now generate more electricity than any other nation in the world and are on track to expand by over 45% this year, [read more]
Manz To Lead New CalISO Division
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 06 2008
The California Independent System Operator (CalISO) has appointed Laura Manz as vice president of CalISO's new Market and Infrastructure Development Division. As part of [read more]
WPPI Signs Agreement To Purchase Additional Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 06 2008
Wisconsin Public Power Inc. (WPPI) has signed a power purchase agreement with Barton Windpower LLC, an affiliate of Iberdrola Renewables, for the purchase of 30 [read more]
Dell Meets Carbon Neutral Goal Ahead Of Schedule
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 06 2008
Computer company Dell Inc., based in Round Rock, Texas, has announced that it is making additional investments in wind power in the U.S., China and [read more]
Gibbons Receives Final Climate Change Report
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
Gov. Jim Gibbons, R-Nev., has received the final report from his Nevada Climate Change Advisory Committee and a briefing from committee members outlining key recommendations. [read more]
S.D. Schools Selected For Wind Energy Program
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has selected eight schools in South Dakota to participate in the inaugural launch of the Wind for Schools [read more]
Climate Change Science Program Issues Report on Climate Models
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
The U.S. Climate Change Science Program has released the report "Climate Models: An Assessment of Strengths and Limitations," the 10th release in a series of [read more]
Wisconsin Finalizes Global Warming Report
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
Wisconsin's Task Force on Global Warming has finalized its report on addressing global warming in the state. The 29-member task force, made up of environmental, [read more]
Karsner Announces Resignation
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Alexander Karsner will be leaving the department [read more]
Bennett Motor Express Promotes Gann, Moody
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
Bennett Motor Express (BME), a specialized freight transporter based in McDonough, Ga., has promoted Rick Gann as director of operations for the government and aerospace [read more]
Exelon Energy Approved To Offer Green-e Certified RECs
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
The Center for Resource Solutions, based in San Francisco, has announced that Exelon Energy can now sell Green-e Energy certified renewable energy certificates (RECs). Exelon [read more]
Compromise Reached On Coal-Fired Plant Expansion
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
NRG Texas LLC, a subsidiary of NRG Energy Inc., has reached agreements with the Texas Clean Air Cities Coalition (TCACC) and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) [read more]
Midwest Wind Finance To Assist With Project Sales
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 05 2008
Minneapolis-based Midwest Wind Finance (MWF), a firm specializing in financing community-scale wind farms throughout North America, will now also facilitate project sales for some of [read more]
National Grid Releases Wyoming Wind Study
by NAW Staff on Monday August 04 2008
A recently released study from London-based transmission and utility firm National Grid suggests wind-generated electricity produced in southern Wyoming is the most viable option for [read more]
Tax Credit Extension Proposed In New Energy Reform Act
by NAW Staff on Monday August 04 2008
Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., and a bipartisan coalition of senators have unveiled an energy proposal - the New Energy Reform Act of 2008 - that [read more]
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