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Virginia Governor Unveils Energy Plan That Includes Offshore Wind Focus
on Wednesday October 15 2014 by NAW Staff
Gov. Terry McAuliffe, D-Va., has formally unveiled the 2014 Virginia Energy Plan, which highlights an "all of the above" strategy that features an emphasis on [read more]
EDF EN Canada Commissions Community Wind Farm In Quebec
on Wednesday October 15 2014 by NAW Staff
EDF EN Canada Inc., a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles, has flipped the switch on the La Mitis community wind project in Quebec. The 24.6 [read more]
Acciona Launches New AW3000 Turbine For Low-Wind Sites
on Wednesday October 15 2014 by NAW Staff
Acciona has launched a 132-meter rotor option for its AW3000 wind turbine. The new AW132/3000 turbine includes the largest rotor made by the company so [read more]
Broadwind Energy Secures $11 Million More In U.S. Tower Orders
on Wednesday October 15 2014 by NAW Staff
Broadwind Energy Inc. has announced $11 million in new tower orders from an unidentified U.S. wind turbine manufacturer. Broadwind notes it will produce the towers [read more]
Norwegian Energy Ministry OKs Two Cross-Border Transmission Projects
on Wednesday October 15 2014 by NAW Staff
The Norwegian Energy Ministry has granted Statnett licenses to construct two transmission projects, one connecting to Germany and one to the U.K., meant to help [read more]
SgurrEnergy Expands North American Footprint With New Texas Office
on Tuesday October 14 2014 by NAW Staff
Renewable energy consultancy SgurrEnergy has expanded its North American presence by opening a new office in Austin, Texas. Complementing the company's two existing North American [read more]
Could Initial Offshore Wind Projects Crash New England's REC Market?
on Tuesday October 14 2014 by Jason Prince
The U.S.' first commercial forays into offshore wind could soon dot the horizon off New England's Atlantic Coast. Two projects totaling nearly 500 MW (Cape [read more]
University Of Delaware Uses On-Campus Wind Turbine To Fund Fellowships
on Tuesday October 14 2014 by NAW Staff
The University of Delaware (UD) has announced it is now funding graduate fellowships through the sale of renewable energy credits (RECs) from the university's 2 [read more]
Maine Regulators Officially Sign Off On First Wind-Emera JV
on Monday October 13 2014 by NAW Staff
The Maine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) has issued its written decision confirming approval of Northeast Wind Partners, a joint venture between Boston-based First Wind (51%) [read more]
SKF Opening New Factory To Capitalize On Brazil's Growing Wind Energy Market
on Monday October 13 2014 by NAW Staff
SKF - a Sweden-based supplier of bearings and seals, among other products - has announced it is investing about $30.6 million in a new factory [read more]
Report: EU Onshore Wind Cheaper Than Coal, Gas And Nuclear
on Monday October 13 2014 by NAW Staff
In the European Union, onshore wind is cheaper than gas, coal and nuclear when externalities are stacked with the levelized cost of energy and subsidies, [read more]
Mainstream Approved To Build 450 MW Offshore Wind Farm In North Sea
on Monday October 13 2014 by NAW Staff
Mainstream Renewable Power has received consent from the Scottish government to build and operate its 450 MW Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm in the [read more]
Turbine Maker China Ming Yang's President Steps Down
on Monday October 13 2014 by NAW Staff
Wind turbine maker China Ming Yang Wind Power Group has announced that Xueyong Zhao, president and board member, has resigned for personal reasons. The company [read more]
Alstom And DCNS Team Up To Develop Floating Offshore Wind Turbine
on Monday October 13 2014 by NAW Staff
Alstom and DCNS have signed a partnership agreement to develop and commercialize an integrated system for a 6 MW floating wind turbine. The France-based companies [read more]
Poll Shows Albertans Support Development Of More Wind Energy
on Friday October 10 2014 by NAW Staff
Almost 80% of Albertans say the government of Alberta has not done enough to develop wind power and other renewable forms of large-scale electricity generation, [read more]
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