Content Category: New & Noteworthy
U.S., Brazil Launch Strategic Energy Dialogue
by NAW Staff on Friday August 19 2011
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Deputy Secretary Daniel Poneman joined Brazil's Ministry of Mines and Energy Executive Secretary Marcio Zimmermann Wednesday to launch the inaugural [read more]
Mass. DOER Aims To Improve RE Project Interconnection
by NAW Staff on Friday August 19 2011
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has filed a report with the state's Department of Public Utilities (DPU) outlining recommendations aimed at improving the [read more]
MAPP Transmission Project Delayed Again
by NAW Staff on Friday August 19 2011
Pepco Holdings Inc. (PHI) has notified the Maryland Public Service Commission and the Virginia State Corporation Commission that the company is requesting delays in the [read more]
Study: Global Wind Turbine Purchases Expected To More Than Double By 2025
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 18 2011
Despite the current economic turmoil, the global trend toward greater renewable energy deployment points to a sustained period of wind turbine investment, with equipment [read more]
In A Difficult Market, The Timing May Be Right For Merchant Generation
by Ed Feo on Tuesday August 16 2011
Conflicting forces have been driving the renewable energy market this year. On the positive side, renewable portfolio standards push the purchase of renewable energy. [read more]
Department Of Energy Finalizes Loan Guarantee For Record Hill Wind Project
by NAW Staff on Monday August 15 2011
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has finalized a $102 million loan guarantee to Record Hill Wind LLC. The loan guarantee, in conjunction [read more]
Study: Massive Amount Of Wind Potential In North Sea
by NAW Staff on Monday August 15 2011
According to a study conducted by the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, there is the potential to develop 135 GW of wind power [read more]
Army Establishes Task Force For Large-Scale Renewable Energy Projects
by NAW Staff on Friday August 12 2011
The U.S. Army has announced the establishment of the Energy Initiatives Office (EIO) Task Force, which will serve as the central managing office for [read more]
Suzlon Set To Open New Wind Power Training Center In Illinois
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday August 11 2011
Suzlon, the fifth-largest turbine manufacturer in the world, says it will begin training and safety classes in mid-September, with a grand opening for its [read more]
Researchers: Offshore Wind Farms Can Benefit Wildlife
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 11 2011
Offshore wind farms located in the North Sea have hardly any negative effects on fauna, according to research conducted at the Wageningen University and [read more]
Wind Dominates Power-Plant Capacity Deals
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 11 2011
Power-plant mergers and acquisitions in the second quarter of this year continued a streak of heightened activity, according to SNL Financial. Plants involved [read more]
Cleantech VC Investment Declines From Record Investment Last Year
by NAW Staff on Friday August 05 2011
U.S. venture capital (VC) investment in cleantech companies decreased by 44% to $1.1 billion in the second quarter of this year (Q2 2011) compared [read more]
AWEA: Wind Rebounds In Q2, But Continued Growth Depends On Policy
by NAW Staff on Friday August 05 2011
U.S. wind energy continued to rebound in the second quarter of this year, with 2,151 MW of capacity installed in the first half of [read more]
EWEA: EU Wind Power Will Triple By 2020
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 03 2011
Wind energy will more than triple its power output in the European Union (EU) by 2020, according to the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), [read more]
Department Of Defense Zeros In On Wind Turbine, Radar Concerns
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday August 02 2011
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has often had an uneasy relationship with wind turbines since the earliest California machines were installed in the [read more]
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