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NGA Launches National Effort To Promote Clean Energy Policies
on Monday September 17 2007 by NAW Staff
National Governors Association (NGA) co-chairs Gov. Tim Pawlenty, R-Minn., and Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, D-Kan., have launched the Securing a Clean Energy Future initiative to promote [read more]
Wisconsin Public Service, enXco Seek Iowa Wind Farm Deal
on Monday September 17 2007 by NAW Staff
Wisconsin Public Service Corp. (WPSC), a Green Bay, Wis.-based subsidiary of Integrys Energy Group Inc., and Escondido, Calif.-based enXco Development Corp., an EDF-Energies Nouvelles company, [read more]
New Mexico RETA Holds First Meeting
on Friday September 14 2007 by NAW Staff
New Mexico's Renewable Energy Transmission Authority (RETA) recently held its first meeting to discuss how to legally organize and move forward as an entity. In [read more]
KEMA Collaborates On Offshore Energy Storage System
on Friday September 14 2007 by NAW Staff
Burlington, Mass.-based KEMA, in partnership with civil engineering firm Bureau Lievense and technology illustrators Rudolph and Robert Das, has developed an energy island concept to [read more]
Offshore Tracks To Be Leased For Wind Power In Gulf Of Mexico
on Friday September 14 2007 by NAW Staff
The Texas General Land Office (GLO) is seeking bidders for a competitive lease sale for the rights to develop offshore wind power in the Gulf [read more]
SunChips Brand Adds Green-e Logo To Packaging
on Friday September 14 2007 by NAW Staff
Plano, Texas-based SunChips, a Frito-Lay brand, has added the Green-e designation from the Center for Resource Solutions to the packaging for its full line of [read more]
Colorado Energy Office Adds Three Regional Energy Experts
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
The Colorado Governor's Energy Office (GEO) has added three energy experts as regional representatives in response to the growing energy needs in the state. These [read more]
BP Begins Construction Of Silver Star I
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
BP Alternative Energy has broken ground on Silver Star I, the developer's first wind project in Texas. The project, located 80 miles southwest of the [read more]
CRS Releases Second Draft Of GHG Protocol
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
The Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) has released the second version of the Draft Green-e Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol for Emission Reductions from Renewable Energy [read more]
Edgewood Partners Hires Staff For New Wind And Energy Group
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
San Mateo, Calif.-based Edgewood Partners Insurance Center (EPIC) has hired Mike M. McMullen as vice president, Penny L. Crowder as vice president and Cindy K. [read more]
FERC Approves Request To Repay Generators
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved a joint application from ITCTransmission and Michigan Electric Transmission Co. LLC (METC), subsidiaries of ITC Holdings Corp., [read more]
Green Power EMC Welcomes New Member
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
Georgia's first renewable energy program, Green Power Electric Membership Corp. (EMC), recently welcomed Okefenoke REMC as its newest member, bringing the number of participating electric [read more]
Report: Colorado Faces Energy Challenges Without New Transmission
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
Failure to upgrade Colorado's high-voltage transmission lines, particularly along the Front Range, could lead the state to an energy crisis, according to a report by [read more]
Sunflower Electric Endorses 25x'25 Initiative
on Thursday September 13 2007 by NAW Staff
Hays, Kan.-based Sunflower Electric Power Corp. has officially endorsed the national initiative to produce 25% of U.S. energy demand from renewable resources by 2025, becoming [read more]
AEP Expands Use Of Large-Scale Batteries On Distribution Grid
on Wednesday September 12 2007 by NAW Staff
Columbus, Ohio-headquartered American Electric Power (AEP) plans to add stationary sodium sulfur (NAS) battery technology in its West Virginia and Ohio service territories next year. [read more]
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