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CUBE Engineering To Open U.S. Subsidiary
by NAW Staff on Monday June 22 2009
Kassel, Germany-based CUBE Engineering GmbH, a provider of wind forecasting services based in Kassel, Germany, has formed CUBE Engineering America LLC. The subsidiary, which will [read more]
Study: Lower Wind Speeds, Less Wind Power Potential
by Michael Bates on Thursday June 18 2009
Scientists from Iowa State University are planning to release a study in the Journal of Geophysical Research in August claiming that the effects of climate [read more]
Survey: Women Are the Energy Decision Makers, Want Clean Energy
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 17 2009
The Women's Survey on Energy & the Environment, an in-depth women's survey on attitudes and awareness about energy, shows that women are paying the electric [read more]
CCC Challenges Cape Wind Certificate Issued By EFSB
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 17 2009
The Cape Cod Commission (CCC), a regional land-use planning and regulatory agency, has begun the process of appealing a decision by the Massachusetts Energy Facilities [read more]
Report: Renewable Jobs Show More Growth
by NAW Staff on Friday June 12 2009
The number of jobs in the U.S.' emerging clean energy economy grew nearly two-and-a-half times faster than overall jobs between 1998 and 2007, according to [read more]
U.S. Investors Can Now Buy Iberdrola Shares
by NAW Staff on Friday June 12 2009
Spanish energy company Iberdrola Renewables has obtained authorization from the Securities and Exchange Commission to operate a sponsored Level I American Depositary Receipts (ADR) program, [read more]
NextGen Research Sees A Surge In Global Wind Power Generating Capacity
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 10 2009
A new market study by Oyster Bay, N.Y.-based NextGen Research, "Global Wind Power Market: The Outlook for Renewable Energy Generation by Wind Turbines, Wind Farms," [read more]
ACEEE Analysis: Climate Change Bill Would Save Americans Money
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 10 2009
The federal energy-efficiency provisions included in H.R.2454, the American Clean Energy and Security Act, could save consumers approximately $750 per household by 2020 and $3,900 [read more]
Consumers Energy: More Renewable Energy Is Needed
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 09 2009
An analysis of electric generation needs and alternatives conducted by Michigan utility Consumers Energy has concluded that a balanced portfolio of diverse energy resources will [read more]
Duke Energy Reaches Smart-Grid Settlement
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 09 2009
Duke Energy has reached a settlement agreement with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor and key consumer groups on a proposal to begin modernizing [read more]
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]
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