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EDF Map Highlights Companies That Could Benefit From Carbon Cap
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 04 2009
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) has released an online map that identifies and profiles more than 1,200 companies in key manufacturing states poised to grow their [read more]
Report Identifies State Land With Good Wind Resources
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 03 2009
The Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs has issued a report, "Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Potential at State-Owned Facilities," which provides estimates of [read more]
College Offering Energy Technician Program
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 03 2009
Cerro Coso Community College has developed an energy technician program to support the renewable energy industry and is offering a Wind Technology Boot Camp for [read more]
Report Outlines Benefits Of Wisconsin Transmission Line
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 03 2009
Waukesha, Wis.-based American Transmission Co. has issued a report outlining the reliability and the environmental and economic benefits of the recently completed 220-mile Arrowhead-Weston transmission [read more]
Report: 2008 Record Year For Wind Turbine Market
by NAW Staff on Monday March 02 2009
Cambridge, Mass.-based Emerging Energy Research's annual Wind Turbine Market Share Update reveals a 2008 global turbine market in which high demand and supply chain backlogs [read more]
NYISO Marks Wind Power Milestone
by NAW Staff on Friday February 27 2009
The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) recently achieved a milestone in the expansion of wind power generation in New York. At 6 p.m. on [read more]
Recovery Act Releases Funds For Transmission Projects
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 25 2009
Portland, Ore.-based Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), a federal electric utility that operates a high-voltage transmission grid, has decided to build a major new transmission project [read more]
PennFuture Praises Governor For Joining Wind Energy Coalition
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 25 2009
Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future (PennFuture) praised Gov. Edward Rendell, D-Pa., for joining the newly formed Governors' Wind Energy Coalition, a bipartisan group made up of [read more]
Study Says Green Energy Act Falls Short
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 25 2009
According to a wind power study conducted by Guy Holburn and Charles Morand from the Richard Ivey School of Business, Ontario's Green Energy Act doesn't [read more]
Ontario Introduces Green Energy Act
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 24 2009
The government of Ontario is proposing legislation to attract new investment, create new green economy jobs and better protect the climate. If passed, the Green [read more]
APPA Releases Competitive Market Plan For RTO Reform
by NAW Staff on Monday February 23 2009
The American Public Power Association (APPA) has released its proposal to reform wholesale electricity markets run by regional transmission organizations (RTOs) under federal jurisdiction. The [read more]
FERC Approves Rates For Two Transmission Projects
by NAW Staff on Friday February 20 2009
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved rates for two transmission projects that will deliver wind-generated electricity from Montana and Wyoming to consumers in [read more]
EIA: Renewables Grow; Coal Declines
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 19 2009
According to the latest figures published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in its Electric Power Monthly report, renewable sources of electricity enjoyed significant [read more]
ISO New England Releases Smart Grid Report
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 19 2009
Holyoke, Mass.-based ISO New England Inc., the operator of the region's bulk power system and wholesale electricity markets, has released a report highlighting various efforts [read more]
Northern Explorations Enters Wind Energy Sector
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 17 2009
Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Northern Explorations Ltd. (Norex) plans to enhance its portfolio of energy projects by entering into the wind energy sector. Mark Schaftlein, recently appointed [read more]
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