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The Message Is Clear: '2013 Needs An Answer'
by Angela Beniwal on Tuesday May 24 2011
A group of wind industry leaders gathered at the WINDPOWER 2011 conference Tuesday morning to discuss the current state of wind development in the U.S. [read more]
MAKE Consulting Anticipates 'Tepid Growth' For U.S. Wind Market In 2011
by NAW Staff on Monday May 23 2011
According to a new analysis from MAKE Consulting, new wind power installations will increase 12% this year over 2010, representing "tepid growth" for the sector. [read more]
Mouth Of The South Roars At WINDPOWER
by Mark Del Franco on Monday May 23 2011
Sporting his characteristic homespun charm that, at times, bordered on the incendiary, media mogul Ted Turner took to the stage during the opening general session [read more]
Offshore Wind Proposals Move Along In Texas
by Angela Beniwal on Friday May 20 2011
While the Atlantic Coast and the Great Lakes regions receive much of the attention for building offshore wind farms, a few developments in Texas are [read more]
AWEA Submits Comments About 'Extremely Problematic' FWS Proposals
by NAW Staff on Friday May 20 2011
Calling a pair of documents drafted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) "extremely problematic," the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) says the Draft [read more]
As WINDPOWER Opens, Achievement Celebrated; Policy Mulled
by Mark Del Franco on Friday May 20 2011
As the WINDPOWER 2011 Conference and Exhibition convenes in Anaheim, Calif., the wind industry finds itself at a bit of a crossroads. On one hand, [read more]
Bonneville Curtails Up To 350 MW Of Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 19 2011
High river flows generating a temporary oversupply of hydroelectricity caused the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) to partially and temporarily limit the output of wind, [read more]
Massachusetts Wind Technology Testing Center Officially Opens
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 19 2011
Gov. Deval Patrick, D-Mass., joined state and federal officials and wind industry leaders in Charlestown on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of the Massachusetts [read more]
Clean Edge Ranks Clean Energy Leaders In The U.S.
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 19 2011
The top 10 states in the nation in terms of clean energy leadership are California, Oregon, Massachusetts, New York, Colorado, Washington, New Mexico, Minnesota, [read more]
BOEMRE Sets More Aggressive Approach To Offshore Wind Permitting
by By Daron Threet & Steven Wellner on Thursday May 19 2011
Over the past several months, the U.S. Department of the Interior's (DOI) Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE) - the lead [read more]
CanWEA: Wind Energy Means Jobs, Economic Growth
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 18 2011
Ontario's 2,125 MW of signed contracts for new wind energy developments represents a multibillion-dollar economic opportunity for the province and a chance to create [read more]
BPA Decision Could Lead To Wind Power Curtailment In Northwest
by Angela Beniwal on Tuesday May 17 2011
A decision issued by the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) late last week could result in the curtailment of wind power but only as [read more]
2 GW Wind Turbine Contract: Gamesa, Caparo Announce Agreement
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 17 2011
Gamesa says it has signed a framework agreement with India-based power company Caparo Energy India Ltd. (CEIL) to deliver turbines with a combined capacity [read more]
Iberdrola To Invest $6 Billion In The U.S., Mostly In Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Monday May 16 2011
Iberdrola Renewables intends to invest $6 billion in the U.S. by 2012. The announcement was made after Iberdrola Chairman Ignacio Galan met with the [read more]
Cape Wind Loan Application Is On Hold
by NAW Staff on Monday May 16 2011
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has notified Cape Wind LLC that its application for a loan guarantee cannot be completely processed by the [read more]
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