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Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Report Assesses N.Y. Renewable Portfolio Standard Market
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 22 2009
A market assessment of the New York renewable portfolio standard (RPS) has just been released by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority [read more]
Deloitte Releases Energy Survey
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 22 2009
A majority of energy regulators agree that reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions will increase the costs of electricity and that the public is willing to [read more]
Iberdrola Sells First N.D. Wind Farm Output To MRES
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 21 2009
Portland, Ore.-based Iberdrola Renewables Inc. has signed a contract with Missouri River Energy Services (MRES) to purchase wind energy from Iberdrola Renewables' Rugby Wind Project, [read more]
Offshore Project Could Generate Jobs In S.C.
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 21 2009
A wind farm off South Carolina's coast not only would reduce the state's dependence on fossil fuels, but also boost the existing maritime industry and [read more]
UC Davis Receives Funds For Renewable Energy Programs
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 21 2009
To speed the transfer of renewable-energy advances from research laboratories to homes and industries, the California Energy Commission (CEC) plans to award the University of [read more]
NREL Gearbox Study Aims to Grease Wind Power's Future
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 21 2009
Senior engineers from National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are expanding a research partnership with operators, utilities and turbine manufacturers to determine why some key wind [read more]
EPA: Greenhouse Gases Pose Threat To Public Health, Welfare
by NAW Staff on Monday April 20 2009
After a scientific review ordered in 2007 by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a proposed finding that greenhouse gases [read more]
Report Outlines Reliable Integration Of Renewables Into Grid
by NAW Staff on Friday April 17 2009
Reliably integrating larger amounts of wind, solar and other variable generation into the bulk power system will require changes to the way the system is [read more]
Windfall For Green Energy In Iowa
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 15 2009
Estimates by the Iowa Utilities Board now indicate that wind fuels about 15% of the electricity generated in Iowa, up from the 5% level estimated [read more]
Poll Finds Public Support For Wind In Indiana
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 15 2009
A new poll finds overwhelming public support for renewable energy in Indiana. "It is exciting to see the overwhelming support for renewable energy in Indiana," [read more]
NREL Highlights Utility Green Power Leaders
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 15 2009
The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has released its annual assessment of leading utility green power programs. Under these voluntary programs, [read more]
AWEA Report Reflects Strong Growth In 2008
by NAW Staff on Monday April 13 2009
Wind energy leaders in several categories maintained their leading positions even as other leaders emerged in new categories, while 24 states saw new wind turbine [read more]
E.ON Climate & Renewables Surpasses 1,000 MW Threshold
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 09 2009
E.ON Climate & Renewables (EC&R) has crossed the 1,000 MW threshold for owning and operating wind farms in the U.S. "Despite these economic times, EC&R [read more]
Members Of Mass. Legislature Urge Approval Of Cape Wind
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 08 2009
Seventy-eight members of the Massachusetts Legislature, including both Democrats and Republicans from the House and the Senate, sent a letter to Ken Salazar, secretary of [read more]
Salazar: Enormous Potential For Offshore Wind Development
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 07 2009
U.S. offshore areas hold enormous potential for wind energy development near the nation's highest areas of electricity demand: coastal metropolitan centers, says Ken Salazar, secretary [read more]
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