Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Federal Aviation Administration Reverses Wind Turbine Decision
by NAW Staff on Monday October 19 2009
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has reversed a decision that gave approval to the Massachusetts National Guard for proposed wind turbines for five locations at [read more]
Department Of Energy Announces Investment In University Wind Research
by NAW Staff on Friday October 16 2009
Three university-led wind energy research facilities will receive funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to improve land-based and offshore wind generation, according to [read more]
Shareholders Urge Companies To Challenge U.S. Chamber, NAM Over Climate Change Position
by NAW Staff on Wednesday October 14 2009
In letters to 14 top companies, 43 investors and investment-focused organizations encouraged the companies to end the contradiction between their own policies and the U.S. [read more]
Suzlon Completes Retrofit Program; Blades Delivering Consistent Performance
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 13 2009
Suzlon Energy Ltd. has completed its worldwide program to strengthen and reinforce all Suzlon blades of the V2 type on its S88 2.1 MW turbine [read more]
Report Examines Impacts Of Delaying Climate Change Policies In California
by NAW Staff on Friday October 09 2009
A new report from University of California researchers examines the economic impacts of delaying Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's climate program. "Energy Prices and California's Economic Security," [read more]
Massachusetts National Guard Receives Partial FAA Approval For Possible Wind Turbine Sites
by NAW Staff on Friday October 09 2009
The Massachusetts National Guard has received partial approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for proposed wind turbines, according to a report in the Cape [read more]
NRDC Report: Renewable Energy Development Can Bring Significant Benefit To Indiana
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 08 2009
Indiana is primed to be a renewable energy hub for the U.S., according to a new report by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). "A [read more]
University Of North Carolina, Duke Energy Sign Contract To Develop Coastal Wind Pilot Project
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 06 2009
The University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill and Duke Energy have signed a contract to place up to three demonstration wind turbines in [read more]
PacifiCorp Wants Larger Discount For Accepting Non-Firm Wind Generation
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 06 2009
PacifiCorp, which does business as Rocky Mountain Power in eastern Idaho, is asking state regulators for a larger discount from the price it must pay [read more]
TransAlta, Canadian Hydro Developers Reach Acquisition Agreement After Increasing Offer
by NAW Staff on Monday October 05 2009
After months of rejecting an acquisition bid, Canadian Hydro Developers Inc. and TransAlta Corp. have reached an agreement. TransAlta increased its initial offer of C$4.55 [read more]
Research: More Than 40,000 Wind Turbines To Be Installed In North America
by NAW Staff on Monday October 05 2009
According to a recent report from Pike Research, the North American market for wind turbines will continue to grow through 2015, driven by new generation [read more]
Natural Resources Council Of Maine Says Clean Energy Jobs Are Expanding In The State
by NAW Staff on Friday October 02 2009
According to a new analysis released by the Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM), the development of wind power and the expansion of energy efficiency [read more]
Exelon, Other Utilities Leave U.S. Chamber Over Climate Bill Opposition
by NAW Staff on Tuesday September 29 2009
Exelon Chairman and CEO John W. Rowe has announced that the Chicago-based utility will not be renewing its membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce [read more]
University Of Calgary Scientists Find Way To Reduce Bat Deaths Near Wind Turbines
by NAW Staff on Tuesday September 29 2009
Scientists at the University of Calgary (U of C) have found a way to reduce bat deaths from wind turbines by up to 60%, without [read more]
Growth In Wind Power Will Create Green-Collar Jobs, According To Duke Study
by NAW Staff on Monday September 28 2009
The rapidly growing U.S. wind industry could create new manufacturing opportunities and restore jobs lost in the recent economic downturn, according to a new report [read more]
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