Content Category: New & Noteworthy
University Of North Carolina, Duke Energy Sign Contract To Develop Coastal Wind Pilot Project
on Tuesday October 06 2009 by NAW Staff
The University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill and Duke Energy have signed a contract to place up to three demonstration wind turbines in [read more]
PacifiCorp Wants Larger Discount For Accepting Non-Firm Wind Generation
on Tuesday October 06 2009 by NAW Staff
PacifiCorp, which does business as Rocky Mountain Power in eastern Idaho, is asking state regulators for a larger discount from the price it must pay [read more]
TransAlta, Canadian Hydro Developers Reach Acquisition Agreement After Increasing Offer
on Monday October 05 2009 by NAW Staff
After months of rejecting an acquisition bid, Canadian Hydro Developers Inc. and TransAlta Corp. have reached an agreement. TransAlta increased its initial offer of C$4.55 [read more]
Research: More Than 40,000 Wind Turbines To Be Installed In North America
on Monday October 05 2009 by NAW Staff
According to a recent report from Pike Research, the North American market for wind turbines will continue to grow through 2015, driven by new generation [read more]
Natural Resources Council Of Maine Says Clean Energy Jobs Are Expanding In The State
on Friday October 02 2009 by NAW Staff
According to a new analysis released by the Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM), the development of wind power and the expansion of energy efficiency [read more]
Exelon, Other Utilities Leave U.S. Chamber Over Climate Bill Opposition
on Tuesday September 29 2009 by NAW Staff
Exelon Chairman and CEO John W. Rowe has announced that the Chicago-based utility will not be renewing its membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce [read more]
University Of Calgary Scientists Find Way To Reduce Bat Deaths Near Wind Turbines
on Tuesday September 29 2009 by NAW Staff
Scientists at the University of Calgary (U of C) have found a way to reduce bat deaths from wind turbines by up to 60%, without [read more]
Growth In Wind Power Will Create Green-Collar Jobs, According To Duke Study
on Monday September 28 2009 by NAW Staff
The rapidly growing U.S. wind industry could create new manufacturing opportunities and restore jobs lost in the recent economic downturn, according to a new report [read more]
North American Grid Operators Release Report On Market Efficiencies
on Monday September 28 2009 by NAW Staff
Renewable power is gravitating toward organized wholesale electricity markets that improve reliability and open doors to diverse resources, including renewable energy and infrastructure development. Those [read more]
Green-e Verification Report Shows Increase In Renewable Energy Sales Volume
on Friday September 25 2009 by NAW Staff
The 2008 Green-e Verification Report shows a 45% increase in total Green-e Energy sales volume over the previous year, equivalent to over 13 million MWh [read more]
Treasury, DOE Surpass $1 Billion Milestone In ARRA Awards For Clean Energy Projects
on Wednesday September 23 2009 by NAW Staff
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Energy Secretary Steven Chu have announced that $550 million in new awards through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's (ARRA) [read more]
CanWEA Opens Conference; Wind Technology Roadmap Delivers Recommendations
on Monday September 21 2009 by NAW Staff
The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) opened its annual Conference and Exhibition Sunday with news that 2009 will be a record year for wind energy [read more]
Maryland Releases Request For Expression Of Information And Interest For Offshore Wind Energy
on Thursday September 17 2009 by NAW Staff
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has announced a new initiative to explore the potential for developing wind energy resources off of Maryland's coast. To evaluate [read more]
Clipper Awarded DECC Grant For Development Of 10 MW Wind Turbine Blades
on Thursday September 17 2009 by NAW Staff
Clipper Windpower PLC has announced that its subsidiary, Clipper Windpower Marine Ltd., was awarded 4.4 million British pounds under the ETF Offshore Wind Demonstration Call [read more]
ISO New England Study Shows Region Has Significant Potential To Develop Wind Project
on Wednesday September 16 2009 by NAW Staff
ISO New England Inc., the operator of the region's bulk power system and wholesale electricity markets, recently released the results of a months-long study evaluating [read more]
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