Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Report Details National Energy Policy And The Midwest
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 09 2009
The Chicago Council on Global Affairs has released a task force report, "Embracing the Future: The Midwest and a New National Energy Policy," that calls [read more]
Suzlon Completes Acquisition Of Martifer Stake In REpower
by NAW Staff on Monday June 08 2009
Suzlon Energy Ltd. has competed the acquisition of Martifer Group's stake in REpower Systems AG. The purchase of Martifer's stake in REpower by Suzlon was [read more]
OEB Proposes Changes To Distribution System Code
by NAW Staff on Monday June 08 2009
The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) has issued a notice of proposal to amend the distribution system code to ensure that costs are allocated in a [read more]
Siemens To Acquire Stake in BGZ AG
by NAW Staff on Monday June 08 2009
Siemens is acquiring a stake of approximately 25% percent in BGZ Beteiligungsgesellschaft Zukunftsenergien AG (BGZ AG). The investment will enable the company to ensure its [read more]
Study: Outlook For U.S. Wind Market Remains Strong
by NAW Staff on Friday June 05 2009
Beyond near-term market uncertainty created by the financial crisis, the longer-term prospects for the U.S. wind industry remain strong, according to a new study from [read more]
WindLogics Deploys Sodar To Study Wind Turbine Wake Effects
by NAW Staff on Friday June 05 2009
St. Paul, Minn.-based WindLogics says it is using sonic detection and ranging (sodar) technology to study wake effects of wind turbines at operating wind farms. [read more]
Highland Opens New Wind Turbine Technician Training Center
by NAW Staff on Thursday June 04 2009
The construction of Freeport, Ill.-based Highland Community College's (HCC) 5,500 square-foot Wind Turbine Technician Training Center is complete. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony, officials formally opened [read more]
Board Identifies Four Michigan Regions With High Wind Potential
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 03 2009
The Wind Energy Resource Zone Board has issued its proposed report, which has identified the four regions in Michigan with the highest level of wind [read more]
WSU Researching Integration Of RE Sources With Existing Grids
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 03 2009
A researcher at Detroit's Wayne State University (WSU) is developing a strategy that manages new and old energy sources in an integrated system that is [read more]
AESO Transmission Plan Identifies Need For Investment
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 03 2009
Several critical transmission infrastructure projects are needed between 2010 and 2017 to meet the current and future electricity needs of Albertans, the Alberta Electric System [read more]
Finavera Renewables Secures Funding Commitment
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 03 2009
Vancouver, British Columbia-based Finavera Renewables Inc. has secured a C$10 million development loan from a European private family fund and current shareholder. The project [read more]
Westar Energy Files Follow-Up Rate Case
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 03 2009
Westar Energy Inc. has filed a limited rate case with the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) that seeks cost recovery for investments in the second phase [read more]
Ohio Approves Job Creation Tax Credit
by NAW Staff on Friday May 29 2009
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved job creation tax credits for five businesses involved in location or expansion projects that, if located in Ohio, [read more]
Danotek Opens Facility In Michigan
by NAW Staff on Friday May 29 2009
Canton, Mich.-based Danotek Motion Technologies celebrated the opening of a manufacturing center that will produce electric generators for wind turbines. The 40,000 square-foot Danotek facility [read more]
DOE To Establish Energy Frontier Research Center At NREL
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 28 2009
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will be home to a new multimillion-dollar Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC) established by [read more]
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