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Johns Hopkins Study Examines Proper Wind Turbine Spacing
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday January 27 2011
Researchers studying the wake effects on wind turbines at Johns Hopkins University have recently discovered that the output from wind turbines could be [read more]
Brattle Group Releases Wind Balancing Study
by NAW Staff on Thursday January 27 2011
The Brattle Group estimates that approximately 1,000 MW of additional generator regulation service will be needed to balance an extra 50,000 MW of wind [read more]
IWEA Invites Wind Developers In Wisconsin To Focus Efforts On Illinois
by NAW Staff on Wednesday January 26 2011
The Illinois Wind Energy Association (IWEA) has invited wind power developers working in Wisconsin to focus their efforts on Illinois, where Gov. Pat Quinn, [read more]
New Transportation Fees Could Hinder Oklahoma's Wind Aspirations
by Angela Beniwal on Tuesday January 25 2011
Oklahoma's prime location in the middle of the country and its own wind resources make it an attractive option for supply-chain companies looking [read more]
AWEA: U.S. Wind Installations Drop In 2010
by NAW Staff on Tuesday January 25 2011
The U.S. wind industry built 5,115 MW of wind power last year, barely half of 2009's record pace. The industry enters this year with [read more]
After Quebec Tender, REpower Turns Attention To Ontario, Offshore
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday January 20 2011
On the heels of finalizing a turbine-supply contract in Quebec - where it will deliver, install and commission 150 turbines - Germany-based manufacturer [read more]
EWEA: Record Growth For European Union Offshore Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Thursday January 20 2011
With 308 new offshore wind turbines installed in 2010 - an increase of 51% in installed wind power capacity from the previous year - [read more]
Report: Green Jobs Growing At A Rate Comparable To Software Jobs
by NAW Staff on Thursday January 20 2011
New data released in Next 10's second Many Shades of Green report show that green jobs continue to grow at a healthy clip in [read more]
Glasgow Is Preferred Location For Gamesa's Wind Technology Center
by NAW Staff on Thursday January 20 2011
Glasgow has been identified as the preferred location for Gamesa's marine wind technology center - subject to final agreements on financing - which could [read more]
Venture Capital Cleantech Investments Rise In 2010
by NAW Staff on Thursday January 20 2011
Venture capital (VC) investments in the wind, solar and smart grid sectors were up in 2010, according to a report released by Mercom Capital [read more]
Vestas Awarded, Then Donates Proceeds From Zayed Energy Prize
by NAW Staff on Wednesday January 19 2011
Following the announcement that Vestas had been awarded the 2011 Zayed Future Energy Prize, which is awarded annually by the crown prince of Abu [read more]
Highland New Wind Opponents Threaten
To Act On Lawsuit
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday January 18 2011
The developer of the Highland New Wind Project (HNWD) - the first wind farm to be licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Commission - is [read more]
Businesses, Nonprofits Work To Develop Wind Power Product Label
by NAW Staff on Tuesday January 18 2011
The Global Wind Energy Council, the World Wildlife Fund, the LEGO Group, the United Nations Global Compact, Vestas Wind Systems, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Bloomberg have [read more]
Record Number Of Clean Technology Venture Investment Deals In 2010
by NAW Staff on Monday January 17 2011
The Cleantech Group has released preliminary fourth-quarter 2010 (4Q 2010) results for clean technology venture investments in North America, Europe, China and India, totaling [read more]
LADWP Quadruples Use Of Renewables In Six Years
by NAW Staff on Friday January 14 2011
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) provided 20% of the city's power from renewable energy sources in 2010, mayor Antonio Villaraigosa [read more]
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