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Siemens Launches 2.3 MW Turbine Designed For The Americas
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 20 2015
Siemens has unveiled the SWT-2.3-120, the company's first wind turbine designed to specifically meet the demands of its North and South American customers. The machine [read more]
ACCIONA Windpower Installing Over 800 MW In North America This Year
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 20 2015
ACCIONA Windpower (AWP), a subsidiary of the ACCIONA Group that designs, manufactures and markets wind turbines, says it will install 805.5 MW in North America [read more]
UpWind Solutions Partners With SkySpecs On Drone Inspections
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 20 2015
San Diego-based UpWind Solutions Inc., an operations and maintenance (O&M) service provider for the North American wind energy industry, has partnered with unmanned aerial vehicle [read more]
Gamesa Wins 100 MW Turbine Supply Agreement In China
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 20 2015
Gamesa has signed a new 100 MW contract in China with Hebei Construction & Investment Group (HCIG). Under the terms of the agreement, Gamesa will [read more]
AWEA's Kiernan: The Future Of The U.S. Wind Industry Is Now
by Mark Del Franco on Wednesday May 20 2015
With policies crucial to the future development of U.S. wind power coming under increased scrutiny in many key wind states, Tom Kiernan, CEO of the [read more]
Blattner Energy Announces Post-Tension Concrete Tower Offering
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 20 2015
Blattner Energy, a power generation contractor and provider of renewable energy construction in North America, has announced that it offers post-tension concrete towers that the [read more]
E.ON Energy Services Buys Liftra Crane For Turbine O&M
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 20 2015
E.ON Energy Services, E.ON's recently launched operations and maintenance (O&M) business, has announced plans to use new technology from Liftra, a provider of lifting and [read more]
How Wind Turbine Inspections Might Benefit From Drone Use
by Betsy Lillian on Tuesday May 19 2015
Inspecting wind turbines is often a potentially dangerous task. However, thanks to the increasingly widespread prevalence of unmanned technology, it does not always have to [read more]
Oklahoma Senate OKs Bill To End Wind Farm Tax Exemption
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
On Friday, the Oklahoma State Senate unanimously approved S.B.498, legislation that would eliminate the state's current property tax exemption for wind developers. The state House [read more]
GE Launches 'Digital Wind Farm' To Boost Energy Production
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
GE has announced the launch of its Digital Wind Farm, a solution the company says is a connected and adaptable solution that pairs turbines with [read more]
Siemens Puts 7 MW Offshore Prototype To The Test
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
Siemens has installed its SWT-7.0-154 offshore wind turbine prototype in Osterild, Denmark, and also has received a certification from DNV GL for the 7 MW [read more]
American Wind Energy Association Appoints New Board Members
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
The American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) board of directors has elected new leadership, with Mike Garland, CEO of Pattern Energy Group LP, chosen as the [read more]
AWS Truepower Releases Upgraded Windographer Software
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
AWS Truepower LLC has announced an upgraded version of its Windographer software, which analyzes, visualizes and validates wind resource data from meteorological towers and remote [read more]
Invenergy Closes Financing For 200 MW Buckeye Wind Project
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
Chicago-based Invenergy has arranged debt and tax equity project financing for its 200 MW Buckeye Wind Energy Center, which currently is under construction in Ellis [read more]
DOE: Bigger Turbines Could Unlock Wind Energy Potential In All 50 States
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
Larger wind turbines could allow the U.S. to access untapped, stronger wind resource areas across the country and lead to wind energy development in all [read more]
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