Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Report: Cape Wind Associates To Choose Mass. Site For Staging Area
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 20 2010
The Boston Globe reports that Cape Wind Associates has chosen a 20-acre site in New Bedford, Mass., as the staging area for the Cape Wind [read more]
Baucus Plans Boost For Montana's Wind Energy
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 20 2010
In an effort to boost manufacturing capability, Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., has announced a partnership between the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center and a national clean [read more]
Report Calls For Revamping U.S. Energy System
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 19 2010
The American Enterprise Institute, the Brookings Institution and the Breakthrough Institute have released a new report, "Post-Partisan Power," which calls for revamping America's energy innovation [read more]
UTC To Acquire Remaining Interest In Clipper Windpower
by NAW Staff on Monday October 18 2010
United Technologies Corp. (UTC) has reached agreement with the management and independent members of the board of directors of Clipper Windpower PLC to [read more]
N.Y. PSC Closes Investigation Into Noble Turbine Failure
by NAW Staff on Friday October 15 2010
The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) has closed its investigation into the turbine failure at the Noble Altona Windpark in Clinton [read more]
Study: San Joaquin Valley Has Potential For 100,000 Local Clean Energy Jobs
by NAW Staff on Friday October 15 2010
Renewable energy projects slated for the San Joaquin Valley could bring more than 100,000 jobs to the area, according to a new study [read more]
Massachusetts Company To Manufacture Foundations For Cape Wind
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 14 2010
Middleboro, Mass.-based Tank Sales Corp. will manufacture foundations and other metalwork components for the Cape Wind project in Nantucket Sound. Mass Tank, a [read more]
3TIER Analysis Suggests First Quarter 2011 Could See Above-Average Winds
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 14 2010
Wind power production is likely to be above average in the first quarter of 2011 across much of the continental U.S. due to [read more]
Poll: Majority Support More Wind Farms But Do Not Want To Pay More
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 14 2010
A new Financial Times/Harris poll of the U.S. and the five largest European countries finds strong public support for increasing some renewable energy [read more]
Google To Invest In Large Offshore Transmission Project
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 12 2010
Google says it will invest in a transmission project off the Mid-Atlantic coast to help accelerate offshore wind development. The Atlantic Wind Connection [read more]
GWEC: Wind Power Could Provide One-Fifth Of The World's Electricity By 2030
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 12 2010
Wind could meet 12% of global power demand by 2020 and up to 22% by 2030, according to a study published by the [read more]
ETI Project Identifies Potential For Floating Offshore Wind Turbines
by NAW Staff on Monday October 11 2010
Offshore wind turbines could be sited in deeper water and closer to the shore off the U.K. coast to take advantage of stronger, [read more]
DOE Releases Report On Offshore Wind Power Potential In U.S.
by NAW Staff on Friday October 08 2010
Harnessing even a fraction of the nation's potential offshore wind resources, estimated to be more than 4,000 GW, could create thousands of jobs [read more]
Mitsubishi Breaks Ground On Nacelle Facility In Arkansas
by NAW Staff on Friday October 08 2010
Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas Inc. (MPSA) has broken ground on a $100 million wind turbine nacelle manufacturing plant in Fort Smith, Ark., crediting [read more]
Study Reaffirms That A.B.32 Would Have Minimal Economic Impact On Businesses
by NAW Staff on Friday October 08 2010
Economists at The Brattle Group have updated their 2009 report, "The Economic Impact of AB 32 on California Small Businesses," which was an [read more]
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