Baryonyx's Texas-Sized Project Carries Unique Requirements
on Thursday August 25 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Recent reports declaring Austin, Tex.-based Baryonyx Corp. as having the inside track to build the first offshore wind farm in North America are a [read more]
Congress Allocates Credit Subsidy Funding For Section 1703
on Thursday August 18 2011 by Mark Del Franco
As part of a continuing resolution, Congress has allocated $170 million in credit subsidy funding to the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Section 1703 [read more]
Suzlon Set To Open New Wind Power Training Center In Illinois
on Thursday August 11 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Suzlon, the fifth-largest turbine manufacturer in the world, says it will begin training and safety classes in mid-September, with a grand opening for its [read more]
Department Of Defense Zeros In On Wind Turbine, Radar Concerns
on Tuesday August 02 2011 by Mark Del Franco
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has often had an uneasy relationship with wind turbines since the earliest California machines were installed in the [read more]
Salmon Group Wades Into Pacific Northwest Curtailment Battle
on Thursday July 21 2011 by Mark Del Franco
A group of salmon advocates is siding with wind developers in their battle against system operator Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). High seasonal river [read more]
As Election Battle Looms, Samsung Says Contract With Ontario Is Binding
on Thursday July 14 2011 by Mark Del Franco
The Progressive Conservative party, which is vying to unseat the Liberal Dalton McGuinty government in the upcoming Ontario provincial election, has stated that [read more]
LIPA Removes Offshore Proposal From NYISO Queue
on Monday June 27 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Citing an inability to meet certain project milestones, a collaborative led by the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) seeking to build an offshore wind [read more]
Policy, Collaboration Play Heavily In Ritter's New Energy Economy
on Thursday June 23 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter used his time in office to build a new energy economy centered around public/private partnerships, research and development (R&D) [read more]
Loan-Guarantee Program: 'Bridge To Efficiency' Comes To An End
on Tuesday June 21 2011 by Mark Del Franco
The elimination of the Section 1705 loan-guarantee program by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has introduced considerable uncertainty for several offshore wind projects. [read more]
MidAmerican Energy's Iowa Projects Put Mortenson To The Test
on Tuesday June 07 2011 by Mark Del Franco
A trio of Iowa wind farms being developed by utility MidAmerican Energy Co. promises to put Mortenson Construction to the test. That is because [read more]
Federal Policy Uncertainty Lingers After WINDPOWER 2011 Conference
on Tuesday May 31 2011 by Mark Del Franco
As attendees return from last week's WINDPOWER 2011 Conference & Exhibition in Anaheim, uncertainty in wind industry policy places a pall over every lead and [read more]
Mouth Of The South Roars At WINDPOWER
on Monday May 23 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Sporting his characteristic homespun charm that, at times, bordered on the incendiary, media mogul Ted Turner took to the stage during the opening general session [read more]
As WINDPOWER Opens, Achievement Celebrated; Policy Mulled
on Friday May 20 2011 by Mark Del Franco
As the WINDPOWER 2011 Conference and Exhibition convenes in Anaheim, Calif., the wind industry finds itself at a bit of a crossroads. On one hand, [read more]
As Virginia Awaits RFI, State Addresses Issues Related To Offshore Wind
on Thursday May 12 2011 by Mark Del Franco
As Virginia awaits the issuance of a request for interest (RFI) from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE), various entities [read more]
With Shepherds Flat Signed, Sumitomo Eyes Additional Investment
on Tuesday April 26 2011 by Mark Del Franco
You might think that after agreeing to become a joint owner in Shepherds Flat, which is slated to be the world's largest wind farm [read more]
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