WTO: Ontario's Domestic-Content Requirements Breach International Trade Law
on Thursday December 20 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled that Ontario's domestic-content requirements - a key mechanism under the province's feed-in-tariff (FIT) program and one that ensures [read more]
REpower Plunges Into Ontario Wind Market With New Manufacturing Plant
on Tuesday December 18 2012 by Mark Del Franco
REpower Systems, a subsidiary of Suzlon Group, says it will build - or retrofit - a rotor-blade manufacturing facility in southern Ontario as part of [read more]
Candidate Vows To Fix Ontario's 'Broken' Energy Planning System
on Thursday December 06 2012 by Mark Del Franco
When it comes to engaging the community and eliciting public support, Liberal Party hopeful Glen Murray says Ontario wind energy developers have done a poor [read more]
Baucus Working Feverishly To Extend Wind Energy PTC This Year
on Thursday November 29 2012 by Mark Del Franco
With the production tax credit (PTC) for wind energy set to expire on Dec. 31, Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., says he is working feverishly in [read more]
Alberta Primed For 'Once In A Decade' Wind Energy Opportunity
on Tuesday November 13 2012 by Mark Del Franco
While oil and gas remain primary components of Alberta's energy mix, wind power has a once-in-a-decade opportunity to play a more central role in the [read more]
Canada's Wind Turbine Health Study Draws Criticism From Industry
on Tuesday October 23 2012 by Mark Del Franco
An effort by the Canadian government to study the impact of wind turbine noise on human health has gotten off to a rocky beginning, as [read more]
CanWEA: Ontario Wind Energy 'Can Never Assume Community Support'
on Tuesday October 16 2012 by Mark Del Franco
Ontario's wind energy capacity has grown dramatically over the past five years. Despite this success, the province's wind power market has been plagued by myths [read more]
New Rule Could Lead To More Wind Energy Curtailment In Midwest
on Thursday October 11 2012 by Mark Del Franco
New market rules that take effect next week in Southwest Power Pool's (SPP) footprint figure to significantly impact new wind farms being placed in service. [read more]
New York Procurement Delay Frustrates Wind Energy Developers
on Tuesday September 25 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) - the agency that administers the state's renewable portfolio standard (RPS) for the Public Service [read more]
Contemplating A Vestas Marriage: Money, Strategy And Legal Loopholes
on Thursday August 30 2012 by Mark Del Franco
Embattled wind turbine maker Vestas has been the subject of numerous takeover rumors over the past few years and has been suspected as a takeover [read more]
Recent Wind Industry Layoffs Likely To Have Long-Term Ramifications
on Tuesday August 28 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The recent spate of wind industry layoffs could have significant long-term ramifications for research and development (R&D) and the quest to lower the cost of [read more]
juwi Wind Shutters Ohio Office, Looks Toward Canada
on Thursday August 23 2012 by Mark Del Franco
Developer juwi Wind has terminated the four remaining staffers at its Cleveland-based wind development office, officially completing a move that began in 2010, Michael Rucker, [read more]
Edison's Broken Bow Wind Project Nears Completion
on Thursday August 23 2012 by Mark Del Franco
Edison Mission Group's (EMG) 80 MW Broken Bow Wind Project, located in Custer County, Neb., is nearing completion, Charley Parnell, the company's vice president of [read more]
Wind Energy Jobs, PTC Become Top White House Priorities
on Tuesday August 14 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The U.S. wind energy industry is already painfully aware of the consequences stemming from a possible expiration of the production tax credit (PTC), but now [read more]
Adversaries No More: The Defense Department's Mighty Wind Energy Plans
on Tuesday August 07 2012 by Mark Del Franco
Ever since the earliest turbines were installed in California in the 1980s, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has had an unfavorable view of wind [read more]
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