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Oregon OSHA Releases Findings In Wind Turbine Collapse
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 04 2008
The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Occupational Safety and Health Division (Oregon OSHA) has fined Siemens Power Generation Inc. a total of $10,500 [read more]
WNEA Acquires Wind Energy Assets From Boreal
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 04 2008
Wind Energy America Inc. (WNEA) has completed an acquisition of wind energy assets from Boreal Energy Inc. in a tax-free exchange for WNEA common stock. [read more]
Interwest, Xcel Reach Transmission Development Agreement
by NAW Staff on Monday March 03 2008
The Interwest Energy Alliance (IEA), in conjunction with Xcel Energy and other parties, has reached a settlement agreement that invigorates the SB 100 transmission development [read more]
House Passes Renewable Energy Bill
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 28 2008
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) praised the 236 to 182 vote in the House of Representatives on a bill that includes an extension of [read more]
California Companies Form Green Power Group
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 27 2008
Several California companies have formed the Green Power Group - California Affiliates. Group founders Advanced Micro Devices, Apple Inc., BT Americas, Cisco Systems, eBay, Google [read more]
Poll: People Like Renewables But Hesitate Over Costs
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 27 2008
According to a Financial Times/Harris Poll conducted online by Harris Interactive, many people in the five largest countries in Europe as well as in the [read more]
NYSERDA Announces Renewable Energy Initiatives
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 27 2008
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has launched two initiatives that will help strengthen the evolving renewable energy arena in New [read more]
New York Renewable Energy Task Force Makes Recommendations
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 26 2008
New York Lt. Gov. David A. Paterson, chairman of the state's renewable energy task force, has announced 16 recommendations as part of a road map [read more]
Study: Transmission Line Would Lower NY Wholesale Electricity Costs
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 26 2008
New York Regional Interconnect Inc. (NYRI) has submitted a supplemental filing to the New York Public Service Commission that details research findings on the economic [read more]
Idaho Wind Integration Case Resolved
by NAW Staff on Friday February 22 2008
After nearly three years of deliberation between Idaho's regulated utilities, wind developers and state regulators, three cases involving how much it costs to add wind [read more]
ISO-NE Completes Forward Capacity Market Auction
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 21 2008
ISO New England, a bulk power system and wholesale electricity market operator, has completed New England's first forward capacity market (FCM) auction, securing a blend [read more]
SPP Approves New Rate Structure
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 21 2008
By the action of its Regional State Committee, Southwest Power Pool Inc. (SPP), the organization overseeing regional transmission planning in several states including Kansas, has [read more]
WREGIS Issues Certificates
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 20 2008
The Western Renewable Energy Generation Information System (WREGIS) has begun using Santa Clara, Calif.-based APX Inc.'s environmental market system to issue, monitor and track renewable [read more]
CRS Offering Offset Product Certification For Consumers
by NAW Staff on Friday February 15 2008
The Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) has announced a launch event on Feb. 26 for Green-e Climate, the nation's only independent certification program for greenhouse [read more]
Economists Predict $1 Trillion U.S. Carbon Trading Market By 2020
by NAW Staff on Friday February 15 2008
In an analysis of bills before the U.S. Congress, New Carbon Finance research economists based in New York, Washington, D.C. and London predict that in [read more]
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