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Study: Clean Energy Legislation Could Save Billions In Energy Costs
by NAW Staff on Monday September 13 2010
California's clean energy and clean air standards could save the average household up to $670 in 2020 if oil and natural-gas prices spike, [read more]
Developer Anticipates Legal Fight In Wisconsin
by Mark Del Franco on Friday September 10 2010
New siting and permitting guidelines in Wisconsin will likely help wind development in the state for the long-term. However, the potential for near-term [read more]
USW Files Trade Case Against China
by NAW Staff on Friday September 10 2010
The United Steelworkers (USW) union has filed a comprehensive trade case under Section 301 of the trade law, identifying a broad array of [read more]
Pew Analysis Shows Federal Spending On Energy Is Significant
by NAW Staff on Friday September 10 2010
A new Pew analysis of government spending data finds that the federal role in the energy sector is significant, although smaller in comparison [read more]
Greenpeace Report Challenges Canada's Reliance On Oil
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 09 2010
Greenpeace has released a comprehensive analysis of Canada's energy potential that challenges the need for oil from the tar sands and shows that [read more]
China Tops U.S. As Most Attractive Place To Develop Renewable Energy Projects
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 08 2010
China has succeeded the U.S. as the most attractive location in which to invest in renewable energy projects, according to Ernst & Young's [read more]
Gamesa, Trade Unions Sign Equality Plan
by NAW Staff on Friday September 03 2010
Spain-based wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa and various trade union representatives have signed Gamesa's equality plan, which is applicable to all of the company's [read more]
Nordex's Arkansas Plant Set To Open In October
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday September 02 2010
German wind turbine manufacturer Nordex plans to open its $40 million Jonesboro, Ark.-based nacelle facility on Oct. 4, according to Joe Brenner, vice [read more]
Massachusetts Court Grants Cape Wind All State, Local Permits
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 01 2010
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has upheld the ruling of a state energy board that had granted all state and local permits to [read more]
Wisconsin PSC Finalizes Wind Siting Rules
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 31 2010
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) has finished its work on administrative rules governing the siting of wind turbines in the state. [read more]
Exelon To Acquire John Deere Renewables
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 31 2010
Exelon Corp. plans to acquire John Deere Renewables in a transaction that will add 735 MW of renewable energy to the utility's generation [read more]
Australian Study Concludes Wind Turbines Do Not Pose Health Risk
by NAW Staff on Friday August 27 2010
There is no scientific evidence that links wind turbines to adverse health effects, according to a new study published by the Australian National [read more]
TPI Composites To Open Blade Center In Massachusetts
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 26 2010
TPI Composites Inc., a supplier of wind turbine blades, plans to open a wind blade innovation center in Fall River, Mass., that will [read more]
Americans Are Using Less Conventional Energy, More Wind
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 26 2010
The U.S. used significantly less coal and petroleum in 2009 than in 2008 and significantly more wind power, according to energy flow charts [read more]
ARRA Report Shows That Renewable Energy Has Benefited From Funds
by Angela Beniwal on Wednesday August 25 2010
A new report released by Vice President Joe Biden shows that the U.S. is on track to double renewable energy generation capacity and [read more]
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