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Late PTC Extension Squeezes First-Half Commissioning Of U.S. Wind Projects
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday July 30 2013
The delay in the extension of the federal production tax credit (PTC) for wind has resulted in zero commissioned wind projects in the U.S. for [read more]
N.J. Regulators: 'Repeated Back-And-Forth' Over Wind Turbine Provider Hurt Fishermen's Application
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday July 30 2013
In a filing released Tuesday, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) reveals that it recently rejected Fishermen's Energy's settlement agreement with the New [read more]
Moving On: How Will Ontario Wind Developers And Suppliers Fare Post-WTO Ruling?
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday July 18 2013
The Canadian government is negotiating a settlement with the World Trade Organization (WTO) following a May 24 ruling that found that Ontario's local-content requirements violated [read more]
Despite PTC Extension, Turbulence Still Prevalent In U.S. Wind Market
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday July 09 2013
On June 28, turbine maker Nordex announced it would close its Jonesboro, Ark.-based nacelle plant in the fall after the final nacelle - No. 185 [read more]
How Will President Obama's Climate Change Plan Impact Renewable Energy?
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday June 25 2013
Describing climate change as "no longer a distant threat," President Obama on Tuesday unveiled a climate change action plan to combat carbon emissions by at [read more]
Port Operator: U.S. Wind Market Beginning To Resurrect Following PTC Extension
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday June 20 2013
The late extension of the production tax credit (PTC) has certainly crimped wind development activity this year. However, Washington-based Port of Vancouver USA says it [read more]
Post-FIT Decision, Turbine OEMs Mull Over Options For Ontario Wind Energy Market
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday June 18 2013
The Ontario government's recent decision to end the province's feed-in tariff (FIT) program for large-scale renewable energy projects - in favor of a competitive-procurement mechanism [read more]
Raising The Discourse: How Wind Industry Can Help Avoid 'Climate Emergency'
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday June 11 2013
As general-session panelists dutifully recited the attributes of wind energy at the recently concluded WINDPOWER 2013 in Chicago, fellow panelist Larry Schweiger, president/CEO at the [read more]
Latest Michigan PPAs Exemplify The Power Of Wind Energy's Production Tax Credit
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday May 30 2013
Recently approved power purchase agreements (PPAs) by the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) underscore the continuation of several positive trends of late, including utility procurement [read more]
As U.S. DOJ Investigates, Duke Works Adaptive Management Plan
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday May 16 2013
Duke Energy Renewables has confirmed that it is a subject of a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) preliminary investigation resulting from the incidental deaths of [read more]
DOE To Recast Landmark 20% Wind Energy Report; Study Looks Back, Ahead
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday May 14 2013
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Wind Program is revisiting the conclusions from its 2008 study that contemplated the technological and regulatory road map for [read more]
Wind Energy Procurement Top Of Mind For Big-Name Companies
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday May 09 2013
Google likes wind energy. So does Motorola and Bloomberg. Ditto Walmart, which intends to become even more active in wind energy procurement. "Walmart is open [read more]
WINDPOWER Panelists Issue A Call To Arms: Protect RPS Mandates
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday May 07 2013
Wind industry participants can help advocate in five states where legislative bills are coming due for a vote regarding renewable portfolio standards (RPS), according to [read more]
LIVE FROM WINDPOWER: AWEA Chairman Urges Proactive Approach To Wind Energy Advocacy
by Mark Del Franco on Monday May 06 2013
Gabriel Alonso, the CEO of EDP Renewables and incoming chairman of the board of directors at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), laid out a [read more]
AWEA's New CEO Greets WINDPOWER Attendees
by Mark Del Franco on Monday May 06 2013
Tom Kiernan, the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) incoming CEO, took to the stage Monday morning to briefly greet attendees during the opening general session [read more]
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