Content Category: New & Noteworthy
National Renewable Energy Laboratory To Launch Mid-Size Turbine Development Project
by NAW Staff on Wednesday November 04 2009
Believing that there are unique opportunities for growth in the midsize wind turbine market in the near future, the Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy [read more]
Kansas Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Wind Farm Construction Ban
by NAW Staff on Tuesday November 03 2009
The Kansas Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision authored by Justice Lawton R. Nuss, ruled that the Wabaunsee County Board of Commissioners properly followed Kansas [read more]
Winnebago County Board In Illinois Votes In Favor Of Wind Farm Ordinance
by NAW Staff on Monday November 02 2009
The Winnebago County Board in Illinois voted 27-1 in favor of an ordinance designating wind farms in the county as a permitted use. The vote [read more]
Emerging Energy Research Says 8 GW Of Wind May Be Added In U.S. This Year
by NAW Staff on Monday November 02 2009
The U.S. wind energy market could see robust growth by the end of the year. It is expected that 8 GW of wind will be [read more]
U.S. Cleantech Venture Capital Continues To Gain Momentum In Third Quarter
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 29 2009
U.S. venture capital (VC) investment in cleantech companies in the third quarter of this year (Q3) increased 46% compared to the prior quarter to $965 [read more]
DOE Announces Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy Funding
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 27 2009
The Department of Energy (DOE) will provide major funding to 37 research projects, including two that deal with the improvement of wind turbine technology. The [read more]
Report Examines Hidden Health, Environmental Costs Of Energy Production In The U.S.
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 27 2009
A new report from the National Research Council examines and, when possible, estimates "hidden" costs of energy production and use, such as the damage air [read more]
Stealth Turbine Testing In U.S. Still A Ways Off
by Mark Del Franco on Friday October 23 2009
While companies from the U.K. have reportedly begun testing a wind turbine blade that can absorb radar signals, wider adoption of this technology in the [read more]
Trial Challenging Wind Energy Impacts On Endangered Bat Begins
by NAW Staff on Friday October 23 2009
A federal case involving a West Virginia wind development and its potential impact on the Indiana bat has begun in a Maryland federal district court. [read more]
Report: States Could Generate Their Own Power With Homegrown Renewable Power
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 22 2009
The Institute for Local Self-Reliance, a Washington, D.C.-based organization that supports environmentally sound and equitable community development, has issued a report that says every state [read more]
AWEA: 1,600 MW Of Wind Power Brought Online In U.S In Third Quarter
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 21 2009
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) reports that installed wind capacity is up for the third quarter of this year compared with last year's third [read more]
Fishermen's Energy Study Shows Support For Offshore Wind Power In New Jersey
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 21 2009
A study released by Fishermen's Energy shows that a majority of residents and visitors of the southern New Jersey shore support an offshore wind project [read more]
Boralex Obtains Better Rate For Four Wind Farms Through New Advanced RESOP Program
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 21 2009
Canadian utility Boralex Inc. has obtained a better wind power rate for its projects that qualify under the renewable energy standard offer program (RESOP), thanks [read more]
New Siemens Research Wind Turbine Commissioned At National Wind Technology Center
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 20 2009
Siemens Energy Inc. and the Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have formally commissioned a Siemens 2.3 MW wind turbine at NREL's [read more]
Regional System Plant Shows Wind Power Will Play A Big Role In New England
by NAW Staff on Monday October 19 2009
The 2009 Regional System Plan released by ISO New England Inc. forecasts that the region is likely to have sufficient capacity to meet electricity demand [read more]
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