Content Category: New & Noteworthy
New Estimates Increase U.S. Wind Potential
by NAW Staff on Friday February 19 2010
A collaborative project between the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and AWS Truewind has resulted in the first comprehensive update of the wind energy potential [read more]
Clipper Windpower Announces Ground Breaking For Offshore Wind Blade Factory
by NAW Staff on Friday February 19 2010
Clipper Windpower Marine Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of Clipper Windpower Inc., has announced the ground breaking of its offshore wind turbine blade manufacturing facility [read more]
Ingeteam To Establish Production Facility In Milwaukee
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 16 2010
Ingeteam, a Spanish wind and solar component manufacturer, plans to build a $15 million facility in Milwaukee to manufacture equipment for renewable energy projects. Construction [read more]
Enova Provides Funds To Build 10 MW Wind Turbine
by NAW Staff on Monday February 15 2010
Enova SF, a public enterprise owned by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, will provide Sway AS with funding in the amount of [read more]
Tribal Economic Development Bonds To Be Used To Spur RE
by NAW Staff on Friday February 12 2010
The Treasury Department has announced $1 billion in stimulus bond authority under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) for 76 tribes across the country. [read more]
GE Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against MHI
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 11 2010
GE has filed a lawsuit against Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and two business units, alleging patent infringements in variable speed wind turbines, Reuters is reporting. [read more]
Study: Cape Wind Will Reduce Regional Electricity Prices By $4.6 Billion
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 11 2010
Cape Wind will reduce wholesale electric prices for the New England region by $4.6 billion over 25 years, according to a new report published by [read more]
Researchers Study Maryland's Offshore Wind Potential
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 10 2010
Researchers at the University of Delaware's Center for Carbon-free Power Integration have conducted a study of Maryland's offshore wind power potential for the Abell Foundation. [read more]
RIEDC Unveils Roadmap For Advancing Rhode Island
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 09 2010
The Roadmap for Advancing Rhode Island's Green Economy was unveiled at the Advancing the Green Economy forum. The roadmap is designed to create a clear [read more]
VC Investments In Cleantech Fall As Investors Shift Focus To Energy Efficiency
by NAW Staff on Monday February 08 2010
U.S. venture capital (VC) investment in cleantech companies in the fourth quarter of 2009 (Q4 09) decreased 45% to $564 million compared to the prior [read more]
Report: Massachusetts' Clean Energy Policies Will Produce Dramatic Reduction In GHG Emissions
by NAW Staff on Monday February 08 2010
Referencing a draft technical report submitted as part of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs' (EEA) implementation of the Global Warming Solutions [read more]
Study: Stronger National RES Needed For Significant Clean Energy Job Growth
by NAW Staff on Friday February 05 2010
CEOs representing the U.S.' renewable energy industries have announced a major new study showing that a 25% by 2025 national renewable electricity standard (RES) would [read more]
GWEC: Global Wind Power Boom Continues, Despite Economic Woes
by NAW Staff on Friday February 05 2010
The world's wind power capacity grew by 31% in 2009, adding 37.5 GW, to bring total installations up to 157.9 GW, according to the Global [read more]
EWEA: More Wind Power Capacity Installed In The EU Than Other Forms Of Power
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 04 2010
More new wind power capacity was installed in the European Union (EU) in 2009 than any other electricity-generating technology, according to new statistics published by [read more]
Study: Increasing Alternative Energy Will Bolster Pennsylvania's Economy
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 03 2010
A new study shows that Pennsylvania could experience a financial windfall over the next 17 years as a result of increased clean energy development. The [read more]
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