Sen. Grassley: PTC Future More Uncertain "Than At Any Time In The Past Year"
on Tuesday February 04 2014 by Mark Del Franco
The recent appointment of Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., as ambassador to China will delay tax reform talks - and along with it, a revival of [read more]
Noteworthy Kansas Wind Project Nearing Commercial Operation
on Thursday December 26 2013 by Mark Del Franco
When it is fully energized and operational, Enel Green Power (EGP) North America's 250 MW Buffalo Dunes wind farm, located in Kansas, will become the [read more]
Baucus Unveils Ambitious Plan For Energy Tax Reform
on Thursday December 19 2013 by Mark Del Franco
On Dec. 18, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., proposed a sweeping set of reforms on energy-related tax incentives that would overhaul energy tax [read more]
Permit In Hand, Wind Developer Finds State Tough Sledding
on Tuesday November 12 2013 by Mark Del Franco
Emerging Energies of Wisconsin (EEW) recently became the first wind developer in Wisconsin to receive a permit since the state enacted strict siting standards in [read more]
Despite 'Steep Learning Curve,' Wind Developer Poised To Pounce In Mexico
on Tuesday October 29 2013 by Mark Del Franco
The Mexico wind market has constraints, but it also holds plenty of promise. And thanks to recent improvements in transmission capacity and a show of [read more]
Deepwater Wind Moves Into 'Execution Mode' For Demo Block Island Wind Project
on Thursday October 24 2013 by Mark Del Franco
Jeff Grybowski, Deepwater Wind's chief executive officer, says the offshore wind developer has moved well beyond the early stages of development and is now squarely [read more]
Statoil Abandons Offshore Wind Pilot Amid Maine's Choppy Regulatory Waters
on Thursday October 17 2013 by Mark Del Franco
Citing delay, uncertainty and changes in the state's regulatory framework, Norwegian energy company Statoil says it will "demobilize all activities and resources" associated with its [read more]
Landowner To Ontario Wind Developers: 'You Guys Did A Lousy Job'
on Tuesday October 15 2013 by Mark Del Franco
A farmer representing the business interests of 37,000 farm families had pointed words for the actions of wind developers trying to negotiate land lease agreements [read more]
Live From CanWEA: What Will Replace The FIT And When?
on Tuesday October 08 2013 by Mark Del Franco
"The Ontario wind industry has built a foundation worthy of celebration," explained Robert Hornung, president of the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA), during the opening [read more]
IRS Provides Certainty For Wind Developers To Move Forward With PTC-Eligible Projects
on Monday September 23 2013 by Mark Del Franco
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has moved to further spell out the requirements for wind developers to qualify for the production tax credit (PTC), including [read more]
End Of An Error: Developer Pulls Plug On Controversial Wind Farm
on Thursday September 19 2013 by Mark Del Franco
The developer behind the controversial New Era Wind Farm has informed the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) that it will no longer pursue the permits [read more]
LEEDCo's Novel Approach To Financing And Support
on Tuesday September 17 2013 by Mark Del Franco
The Lake Erie Energy Development Corp. (LEEDCo), a regional public-private partnership based in Cleveland, has literally taken to the streets to drum up support for [read more]
Official: U.S. Treasury Contemplates Releasing Additional PTC Guidance
on Thursday September 12 2013 by Mark Del Franco
The U.S. Department of the Treasury is contemplating the release of additional guidance to further clarify requirements for the production tax credit (PTC). Speaking during [read more]
First-Half Performance Lends Credence To Goldwind's International Expansion
on Thursday September 05 2013 by Mark Del Franco
Chinese turbine manufacturer Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co. posted strong first-half earnings in its latest financial report. Net income increased 29% to 92.7 million [read more]
With The U.S. Wind Market Under Caution, Gamesa Reshapes Itself As 'Technology Partner'
on Tuesday August 13 2013 by Mark Del Franco
Like many turbine makers, Gamesa has certainly endured its share of recent struggles. Not only has it reduced head count and adjusted costs for lower [read more]
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