Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Iberdrola Plans $8B Investment In U.S. Renewables
on Tuesday May 20 2008 by NAW Staff
Spanish utility company Iberdrola has announced that it will invest $8 billion in the U.S. renewable energy market during the period of 2008-2010. According to [read more]
Westar Energy, ETA Form Transmission Company
on Tuesday May 20 2008 by NAW Staff
Topeka, Kan.-based Westar Energy Inc. and Electric Transmission America (ETA) have formed Prairie Wind Transmission LLC, a joint venture company that plans to construct ultra-high-capacity [read more]
FERC Accepts First Filings On Transmission Planning Compliance
on Monday May 19 2008 by NAW Staff
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has conditionally accepted the first set of six compliance filings for the transmission planning process under Order No. 890, [read more]
LM Glasfiber Developing New Blade Technology
on Thursday May 15 2008 by NAW Staff
Denmark-based LM Glasfiber has been awarded DKK$30 million by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation for the development of an innovative blade technology based on [read more]
Bechard Adopts First Nations' Decree Regarding Wind Power
on Wednesday May 14 2008 by NAW Staff
Claude Bechard, Canada's minister of natural resources and wildlife, has announced the adoption of a decree aimed at identifying the concerns of First Nations in [read more]
Clean Energy Initiative Submits Signatures For 2008 Ballot
on Wednesday May 14 2008 by NAW Staff
Jefferson City, Mo.-based Missourians for Cleaner Cheaper Energy has submitted approximately 170,000 signatures for the Clean Energy Initiative ballot to the secretary of state's office. [read more]
DOE Releases Wind Energy Report
on Tuesday May 13 2008 by NAW Staff
Wind power is capable of becoming a major contributor to America's electricity supply over the next three decades, according to "20% Wind Energy by 2030: [read more]
UW Trustees Approve Planning For Wind Energy Research Center
on Tuesday May 13 2008 by NAW Staff
The University of Wyoming (UW) board of trustees has approved the first phase of a planning process for a building that will house a large, [read more]
Wind Farm Investment Consultants Forms
on Tuesday May 13 2008 by NAW Staff
RERC Wind Farm Investment Consultants, based in Greer, S.C., has formed. The new company's goal is to take wind farm investment due diligence to new [read more]
Minnesota Power Announces Project To Accelerate Wind Energy
on Tuesday May 13 2008 by NAW Staff
Duluth, Minn.-based Minnesota Power has proposed to purchase a major transmission line from North Dakota, phase out a long-term contract to buy coal-based electricity and [read more]
Vestas Expanding Colorado Facility
on Monday May 12 2008 by NAW Staff
Gov. Bill Ritter, D-Colo., has welcomed the news that Vestas plans to build the world's largest factory for wind turbine towers in Colorado. "Vestas is [read more]
DOE Works With Kansas Town To Develop Wind System
on Friday May 09 2008 by NAW Staff
Following the tornado that hit Greensburg, Kan., last year, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is working with the city to develop a 3 MW [read more]
Siemens Awarded Large Order, Expanding Iowa Facility
on Thursday May 08 2008 by NAW Staff
Erlangen, Germany-based Siemens Energy has received an order for 218 Siemens wind turbines from Juno Beach, Fla.-based FPL Energy. Siemens will deliver 218 of [read more]
Report Identifies Trends In Voluntary Carbon Market
on Thursday May 08 2008 by NAW Staff
London-based New Carbon Finance, a provider of information on the North American, European and Kyoto carbon markets, and Ecosystem Marketplace, an information portal for environmental [read more]
AWEA: U.S. Wind Industry Installs 1,400 MW
on Thursday May 08 2008 by NAW Staff
The U.S. wind energy industry has continued new installations in the first quarter of this year, installing 1,400 MW or approximately $3 billion worth of [read more]
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