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]
EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Tom Carper To 'Work Like A Demon' To Pass ITC
on Tuesday June 19 2012 by Mark Del Franco
As the steady drumbeat to extend the expiring production tax credit (PTC) washes over the wind industry, the investment tax credit (ITC) - sought by [read more]
Whoa, Canada! U.S. Wind Energy Companies Look To The North
on Tuesday June 12 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The uncertainty surrounding the extension of the production tax credit (PTC) for wind power in the U.S. has led some developers and suppliers to seek [read more]
Rove vs. Gibbs: Political Motivations Mar PTC Extension Debate
on Tuesday June 05 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The highly anticipated debate between Karl Rove, former deputy chief of staff and senior adviser to President George W. Bush, and Robert Gibbs, former White [read more]
PTC Concerns Dominate WINDPOWER 2012 Opening Session
on Monday June 04 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The opening session of the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) WINDPOWER 2012 Conference & Exhibition focused heavily on the imminent expiration of the federal production [read more]
WINDPOWER 2012 Opens Amid Exciting But Challenging Times
on Monday June 04 2012 by Mark Del Franco
As the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) WINDPOWER 2012 Conference and Exhibition convenes this week in Atlanta, the wind industry finds itself at a bit [read more]
Massive Repowering Effort Under Way In Birthplace Of U.S. Wind Energy
on Tuesday May 22 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The wind power industry's largest-ever repowering effort is well under way at enXco's Shiloh IV wind farm in Solano County, Calif. enXco is replacing 235 [read more]
Ports Do Their Part In Wind Energy PTC Message Delivery
on Thursday May 17 2012 by Mark Del Franco
A consortium of ports - including the Port of Vancouver USA (POV) and the Port of San Diego - has written to the American Association [read more]
Safety Trumps Production At Duke Energy's Notrees Wind Farm
on Thursday May 10 2012 by Mark Del Franco
Duke Energy's 153 MW Notrees Wind Farm recently celebrated more than three years without a recorded safety incident since construction on the project began in [read more]
Vestas' V112-3.0 MW Wind Turbine Set For North American Debut
on Thursday May 03 2012 by Mark Del Franco
The first North American installation of the Vestas V112-3.0 MW wind turbine is scheduled to begin later this month at EDP Renewables' (EDPR) 216 MW [read more]
Pattern Energy Takes 'Surgical Approach' To Eagle Mitigation
on Tuesday April 24 2012 by Mark Del Franco
San Francisco-based developer Pattern Energy has devised a program that combines cutting-edge technology with a human element in order to mitigate a California wind farm's [read more]
Ontario Government Faces Second Massive Offshore Wind Energy Lawsuit
on Tuesday April 17 2012 by Mark Del Franco
Last September, Toronto-based Trillium Power filed a $2.25 billion lawsuit against the Ontario government in response to its moratorium on offshore wind power development. Now, [read more]
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