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Energy Composites Corp. Launches Great Lakes Wind Consortium
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2009
Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.-based Energy Composites Corp. (ECC) has created the Great Lakes Wind Consortium to promote wind farm development in the Great Lakes. The company [read more]
Wind Power Reaches Milestone On Bonneville Power Administration System
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2009
In early August, Portland, Ore.-based Bonneville Power Administration's (BPA) transmission grid reached a milestone, carrying more than 2,000 MW of wind power for more than [read more]
Turbine Fire Contained And Under Investigation At Kent Hills Wind Farm In New Brunswick
by NAW Staff on Monday August 10 2009
Calgary, Alberta-based TransAlta Corp. is reporting that at approximately at 8 a.m. on Aug. 8, a fire occurred at a single wind turbine located at [read more]
Garrad Hassan Joins Germanischer Lloyd To Provide Independent Consulting For Wind Projects
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 05 2009
Garrad Hassan (GH), a provider of products and services for the wind industry, has joined Germanischer Lloyd (GL), a technical assurance and consulting company, to [read more]
ISO New England Holds Meetings To Discuss The Region's Energy Future
by NAW Staff on Friday July 31 2009
Gordon van Welie, president and CEO of ISO New England, recently held an informational briefing to discuss the energy future of New England. He says [read more]
New York Attorney General: Additional Companies Have Signed Wind Code Of Ethics
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 30 2009
New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that 16 companies representing the vast majority of wind energy activity in New York state have [read more]
DOE To Provide Billions In Lending Authority For Renewable Energy Projects And Transmission
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 30 2009
The Department of Energy will provide up to $30 billion in loan guarantees, depending on the applications and market conditions, for renewable energy projects. Another [read more]
AWEA Report: Wind Energy Installs 1,200 MW Of Power In Second Quarter
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 29 2009
The U.S. wind energy industry installed 1,210 MW of new power-generating capacity in the second quarter, bringing the total added this year to just over [read more]
Report: Uptick In U.S. Cleantech Investment Driven By Large Deals, Improved Investor Confidence
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 29 2009
U.S. venture capital (VC) investment in cleantech companies in the second quarter reached $572 million - an increase of 73% in terms of capital compared [read more]
Nordic Windpower CEO Shares Department Of Energy Loan-Guarantee Details
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday July 28 2009
As Berkeley, Calif.-based turbine manufacturer Nordic Windpower reported on July 2, it was one of the first companies in the renewable energy space to be [read more]
Texas General Land Office Grants Large Offshore Wind Lease To Baryonyx Corp.
by NAW Staff on Friday July 24 2009
Houston-based energy company Baryonyx Corp. was the high bidder in the Texas General Land Office lease sale for two offshore state wind concessions. Additionally, a [read more]
Canadian Hydro Board Of Directors Rejects Take-Over Bid By TransAlta
by NAW Staff on Friday July 24 2009
Canadian Hydro Developers Inc.'s board of directors has unanimously recommended that the company's shareholders reject TransAlta's unsolicited offer and take-over bid. Canadian Hydro's board has [read more]
Center For Renewable Energy Releases Economic Impact Study Of Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 23 2009
The wind energy industry in Illinois is projected to generate $1.9 billion in economic benefits for the state over the next 25 years, according to [read more]
National Energy Board Report Says Canada Will See Notable Increase In Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 23 2009
Canadians can expect to see energy prices balance supply and demand until 2020, according to the "2009 Reference Case Scenario: Canadian Energy Demand and Supply [read more]
Report: Minnesota Can Revive Its Economic Base Through Wind Farm Development
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 22 2009
When placed in the most optimal location, with the proper investment, research and development, wind farms can create thousands of jobs, revive the economic base [read more]
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