Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Investigation Continues Into Turbine Failure At Fenner Wind Farm
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 31 2009
Officials at Enel North America continue an investigation to determine what caused a turbine at the Fenner Wind Farm, located outside of Cazenovia, N.Y., to [read more]
Gov. Schwarzenegger Announces 244 Renewable Energy Projects For California
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 30 2009
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., has announced the first comprehensive list of 244 proposed renewable energy projects that could produce up to almost 70,000 MW of [read more]
IESO's Ontario Reliability Outlook Addresses Generation Challenges
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 30 2009
The influx of new wind and other renewable generation is being enabled by steps behind the scenes to ensure the reliable operation of Ontario's electricity [read more]
AWEA: Wind Power Trends To Watch For In 2010
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 29 2009
As the nation looks ahead to 2010, renewable energy will be central to the economic and energy issues that dominate the political agenda. The American [read more]
Enel North America Investigating Fallen Wind Turbine
by NAW Staff on Monday December 28 2009
Enel North America Inc. says that employees at the Fenner wind farm in upstate New York, owned by its subsidiary Canastota Wind Power LLC, discovered [read more]
Report Details Offshore Wind Potential In Maryland
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 23 2009
A new report from Environment Maryland finds that a wind farm off the coast of Ocean City, Md., would reduce statewide greenhouse gas emissions and [read more]
Danotek Motion Technologies Receives Investment From Four Companies
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 22 2009
GE Energy Financial Services, CMEA Capital, Khosla Ventures and Energy Capital Management will invest a combined $13.2 million in Danotek Motion Technologies, a company that [read more]
Non-Binding Agreement Reached At U.N. Climate Change Conference
by NAW Staff on Monday December 21 2009
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, ended with a non-binding agreement by countries to cap the global temperature rise by committing to [read more]
Study: Next Decade Will See Offshore Wind Growth
by NAW Staff on Monday December 21 2009
Led by European utilities, the offshore wind industry is poised for substantial growth over the next decade, with the global installed base expected to grow [read more]
WindLogics To Collaborate On Wind Farm Siting, Optimization Research
by NAW Staff on Friday December 18 2009
WindLogics, a provider of wind and solar resource analysis, is participating in a University of Minnesota-led consortium selected by the Department of Energy (DOE) to [read more]
New Addition To Iowa Lakes C.C. Wind Studies Center Is Dedicated
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 16 2009
The new $550,000 addition to the Sustainable Energy Education Center/Wind Energy and Turbine Technology building on the Estherville, Iowa, campus of Iowa Lakes Community College [read more]
Pa. DEP To Host Telephone Seminar On Wind Grant Program
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 16 2009
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is hosting a free telephone seminar designed to help potential large-scale wind energy project developers looking to participate [read more]
Three Offshore Wind Test Sites Are Announced In Maine
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 16 2009
The administration of Maine's Gov. John Baldacci has identified three sites for offshore wind power test projects. The Associated Press reports that the sites will [read more]
Industry Panel Determines Wind Turbine Sounds Will Not Create Health Problems
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 15 2009
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) has released the results of a multidisciplinary panel study, which concludes that the sounds generated by wind turbines are [read more]
Deepwater Wind, National Grid Sign 20-Year PPA For Offshore Wind Energy
by NAW Staff on Friday December 11 2009
Deepwater Wind and National Grid have signed a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA), according to Gov. Donald L. Carcieri, R-R.I. The agreement marks only the [read more]
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