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Sunflower Will Build Turbines In Hutchinson
on Monday December 24 2007 by NAW Staff
Sunflower Wind LLC of Kansas has signed a contract to move into a 260,000 square-foot building, formerly owned by Eaton Corp., to manufacture wind turbines. [read more]
Reports: Reliability Outlook for Ontario Is Positive
on Thursday December 20 2007 by NAW Staff
According to two reports released by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO), the energy outlook for Ontario's electricity system is positive. According to the IESO, [read more]
Survey: Service Reliability, Environmental Issues Are Top Concern
on Wednesday December 19 2007 by NAW Staff
Overland Park, Kan.-based Black & Veatch, an international engineering, consulting and construction company, has announced the findings of its 2007 Strategic Directions in the Electric [read more]
University's Energy Institute Receives Grant
on Wednesday December 19 2007 by NAW Staff
Ohio's Case Western Reserve University's Great Lakes Institute for Energy Innovation has received a $3.6 million grant from the Cleveland Foundation, a philanthropic organization. The [read more]
Siemens, University Agree To Study Wind Turbine Development
on Tuesday December 18 2007 by NAW Staff
Erlangen, Germany-based Siemens Power Generation (PG) and the Technical University of Aachen (RWTH) have signed a cooperation agreement for further development of the drivetrain for [read more]
GWEC Applauds Bali Climate Conference Road Map
on Monday December 17 2007 by NAW Staff
Brussels, Belgium-based Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), an international organization that promotes the development of wind power, welcomed an agreement to develop a climate regime [read more]
FPL And NASA Join Forces To Explore Renewable Energy Projects
on Friday December 14 2007 by NAW Staff
Florida Power & Light Co. (FPL) is joining NASA's Kennedy Space Center to explore developing renewable energy projects. NASA and FPL are committed to [read more]
Senate Fails To Overcome Energy Bill Filibuster
on Thursday December 13 2007 by NAW Staff
In a statement from the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), Gregory Wetstone, senior director of governmental and public affairs for AWEA, criticized the U.S. Senate's [read more]
DNR Seeks Input On Use Of Public Lands For Wind Project
on Wednesday December 12 2007 by NAW Staff
Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will solicit public input from Jan. 23, 2008, to Feb. 23, 2008, to help guide the development of a [read more]
Governors Announce Formation Of Wind Coalition
on Monday December 10 2007 by NAW Staff
Govs. Tim Pawlenty, R-Minn., and Bill Richardson, D-N.M., have announced the formation of the Governors Windpower Coalition as a means of promoting the increased use [read more]
Wind Working Group Formed In Nebraska
on Monday December 10 2007 by NAW Staff
Two state senators and an agricultural leader have announced the formation of the Nebraska Wind Working Group to develop the state's wind energy potential. The [read more]
AWEA Statement On Senate Rejection Of Energy Bill
on Friday December 07 2007 by NAW Staff
Following the U.S. Senate's rejection today of energy legislation that was passed Dec. 6 by the U.S. House of Representatives, and in anticipation of continued [read more]
House Passes Energy Bill, Reports Indicate President Will Veto
on Friday December 07 2007 by NAW Staff
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is applauding the House for passage of the Energy Independence and Security Act, which passed with a vote of [read more]
Union Pacific Offers Transportation Solutions To Wind Industry
on Friday December 07 2007 by NAW Staff
In anticipation of increasing growth of wind power as a viable renewable energy source, Union Pacific has announced that it has joined the American Wind [read more]
Report: Renewable Electricity Standard Would Cut Energy Bills
on Thursday December 06 2007 by NAW Staff
The renewable electricity standard (RES) in the pending House and Senate energy legislation, if adopted, would cut consumer energy bills and carbon dioxide emissions (CO2), [read more]
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