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]
Suzlon Official: Misalignment Caused Rotor Crash At Wind Project
on Thursday April 07 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Suzlon officials have determined that bolt failure caused a rotor assembly crash at the 149.1 MW Rugby Wind Power Project, located near Rugby, N.D., on [read more]
Vestas Makes Big Splash With Its Upcoming 7 MW Offshore Wind Turbine
on Thursday March 31 2011 by Mark Del Franco
If turbine manufacturer Vestas was hoping to make a big splash with its first turbine designed for the offshore wind market, then it [read more]
Senate Committee Investigates Key CES Components
on Thursday March 24 2011 by Mark Del Franco
In the context of Japan's recent nuclear crisis, the U.S. Senate's Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) is taking a serious look [read more]
Rotor Crashes At Iberdrola's Rugby Wind Farm In North Dakota
on Thursday March 17 2011 by Mark Del Franco
NAW has learned that a rotor came crashing to the ground at the 149.1 MW Rugby Wind Power Project, located near Rugby, N.D. [read more]
Sensing Opportunities, Terrestrial Wind Developers Head Offshore
on Tuesday March 08 2011 by Mark Del Franco
When Maryland issued its request for interest (RFI) for offshore wind leases off its coast last year, terrestrial-based wind developers, such as RES [read more]
Iberdrola Pulls Back Guidance; Cuts U.S. Development
on Thursday March 03 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Iberdrola Renewables, one of the world's largest wind developers, says new wind capacity additions will slow this year and next, including wind farms [read more]
AWEA Urges Return To Earlier 'Consensus' On Eagle Guidelines
on Wednesday March 02 2011 by Mark Del Franco
Still reeling from turbine-siting and eagle-specific guidelines released by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) last month, the American Wind Energy Association [read more]
WKN USA Expands Strategy With Eye For Growth
on Friday September 17 2010 by Mark Del Franco
WKN USA, a subsidiary of German-based WindKraft Nord (WKN), is looking to expand its successful strategy of develop-build-sell to also retain ownership interests [read more]
Department Of Treasury Releases Cash Grant Guidelines And Application Instructions
on Thursday July 09 2009 by Mark Del Franco
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has released its long-anticipated guidelines and application instructions for payments for renewable energy property under Section 1603, commonly known [read more]
Babcock & Brown Divestiture Continues
on Friday June 26 2009 by Mark Del Franco
Hoping to make a big splash with its first wind acquisition, private equity player Riverstone Holdings purchased Babcock & Brown's wind development portfolio this week. [read more]
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