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U.S. DOE Helps Fund Quest For Taller Wind Turbine Towers
on Thursday September 18 2014 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced it is awarding $2 million to support two projects focused on manufacturing taller wind turbine towers. Although [read more]
Sen. Wyden Calls For Level Playing Field For Clean Energy Incentives
on Thursday September 18 2014 by NAW Staff
During a hearing on Wednesday, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden, D-Ore., called for tax reform that creates a level playing field to allow the [read more]
New England Aquarium Offsetting Power Usage With Renewable Energy Credits
on Thursday September 18 2014 by NAW Staff
The Boston-based New England Aquarium will again be offsetting 100% of its estimated annual electricity usage with renewable energy certificates (RECs), thanks to a donation [read more]
DTE Flips The Switch On Long-Delayed Echo Wind Park
on Thursday September 18 2014 by NAW Staff
DTE Energy has announced that its long-delayed Echo Wind Park is officially online, helping the utility meet Michigan's renewable portfolio standard (RPS). The 112 MW [read more]
Moventas To Expand U.S. Footprint With New Minnesota Workshop
on Thursday September 18 2014 by NAW Staff
Moventas, a Finland-based wind gear manufacturer and service provider, has confirmed plans to set up a wind gearbox service workshop in St. Paul, Minn. [read more]
EPA Extends Public Comment Period On Carbon Pollution Rules
on Wednesday September 17 2014 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced it will extend the comment period on its proposed Clean Power Plan for 45 days. The plan [read more]
German Battery Power Plant Goes Online To Help Integrate Renewables
on Wednesday September 17 2014 by NAW Staff
Berlin-based Younicos has designed and commissioned a 5 MW lithium-ion battery storage unit for WEMAG, a regional energy provider based in the northern German city [read more]
Report: Global Offshore Wind Market To Reach Almost 40 GW By 2020
on Wednesday September 17 2014 by NAW Staff
With more countries utilizing offshore wind potential, the global offshore wind power market is expected to increase more than fivefold from 7.1 GW in 2013 [read more]
EDF And Romax Partner On Technical And Engineering Services
on Wednesday September 17 2014 by NAW Staff
San Diego-based EDF Renewable Services (EDF RS) and U.K.-based Romax Technology have signed a partnership agreement whereby EDF RS will provide labor specialists for Romax's [read more]
California ISO, PacifiCorp Outline Implementation Plans For New Energy Market
on Wednesday September 17 2014 by NAW Staff
The California Independent System Operator (ISO) and PacifiCorp have announced they will launch their planned energy imbalance market (EIM) on Oct. 1 in stages to [read more]
Kluber Lubrication Introduces New Gear Grease
on Wednesday September 17 2014 by NAW Staff
Kluber Lubrication has introduced Klubersynth GE 46-1200, a synthetic gear grease for a variety of applications. The company says Klubersynth GE 46-1200 grease is ideal [read more]
The Song Remains The Same: Ontario Seeks More Science Before Lifting Offshore Ban
on Tuesday September 16 2014 by Mark Del Franco
The Ontario government recently issued a pair of requests for proposals (RFPs) calling for the further study of noise impacts from proposed offshore wind projects, [read more]
New Wind Power Study Aims To Put Bird Fatalities In Perspective
on Tuesday September 16 2014 by NAW Staff
Cell towers - and, yes, cats - are responsible for substantially more bird fatalities in North America than are wind turbines, according to a new [read more]
AMSC Provides Updates On Legal Battles With Sinovel
on Tuesday September 16 2014 by NAW Staff
Massachusetts-based AMSC has issued several updates regarding its ongoing litigation with China-based Sinovel Wind Group Ltd. In the trade secret infringement case, AMSC says the [read more]
U.S. National Lab Commissioning Two Offshore Wind Buoys
on Tuesday September 16 2014 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has announced it is commissioning two buoys fitted with meteorological and oceanographic equipment in order [read more]
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