Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Siemens, Samsung Enter Into a Major Wind Turbine Supply Agreement
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 10 2010
Siemens Energy and Samsung C&T Corp. have signed an agreement for the supply of wind turbines with a total capacity of up to [read more]
DOE Extends Renewable Energy Loan-Guarantee Solicitation
by NAW Staff on Friday August 06 2010
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is extending the application deadline for the July 2009 energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced transmission and [read more]
Third Issue Of WTPI Shows No Signs Of Price Recovery
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 05 2010
Wind turbine contract prices signed in 2010 for delivery in the second half of the year (H1 2010) and the first half of 2011 [read more]
DOE Releases 2009 Wind Report
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 05 2010
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released its 2009 Wind Technologies Market Report. This report, authored primarily by DOE's Lawrence Berkeley National [read more]
Xcel Readies Energy-Storage System To Aid In Grid Stabilization
by Angela Beniwal on Wednesday August 04 2010
Xcel Energy may not have solved the renewable energy variability issue, but an ongoing energy-storage project shows promise. The utility is partnering with S&C Electric, [read more]
Cape Wind, Attorney General Reach Deal On Electricity Cost
by NAW Staff on Monday August 02 2010
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has announced an agreement in principle with Cape Wind that will reduce the costs for ratepayers of the [read more]
EPA Rejects Claims Of Flawed Climate Science
by NAW Staff on Monday August 02 2010
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has denied 10 petitions challenging its 2009 determination that climate change is real, is occurring due to [read more]
Gamesa To Develop Offshore Business On Its Own
by NAW Staff on Monday August 02 2010
Gamesa's board of directors has decided to end the company's negotiations with Germany's Bard. For the short and medium terms, Gamesa will develop [read more]
Wind Energy Collaboration Receives COEE Designation
by NAW Staff on Friday July 30 2010
The Michigan Strategic Fund board has approved a Centers of Energy Excellence designation and $3.5 million in funding for URV USA, a subsidiary [read more]
Analysis: Offshore Wind Project Would Provide Economic Benefits To Rhode Island
by Angela Beniwal on Friday July 30 2010
Deepwater Wind's proposed offshore wind projects could provide significant economic benefits to Rhode Island, according to analysis conducted by Levitan & Associates. [read more]
WCI Strategy Encourages Regional Cap-And-Trade Program
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 29 2010
The partner jurisdictions of the Western Climate Initiative (WCI) have released a comprehensive strategy designed to reduce climate-warming greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, stimulate development [read more]
Wind Installations Drop In Second Quarter Of The Year
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 28 2010
Wind power installations have dropped by 57% and 71% from 2008 and 2009 levels, respectively, with only 700 MW being installed in the second [read more]
Innovate Texas Foundation Grant Will Facilitate Wind Technology Development
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 27 2010
Texas Tech University and the National Institute for Renewable Energy (NIRE), a nonprofit, public/private collaboration, will receive $8.4 million from the Texas Emerging [read more]
R.I., Mass. Sign MOU To Collaborate On Offshore Wind Development
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 27 2010
Govs. Donald L. Carcieri, R-R.I., and Deval Patrick, D-Mass., have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to coordinate and collaborate in the permitting [read more]
Report: Climate Energy Policies Could Create 2.5 Million Jobs, Hold Down Energy Costs
by NAW Staff on Monday July 26 2010
New greenhouse gas emissions and energy policies at the federal level could generate as many as 2.5 million new jobs and $134 billion in economic [read more]
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