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Catching Up With The DOE's Down-Select Offshore Winners
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday October 09 2014
Since being selected in May by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as recipients of follow-up funding for advanced technologies, Dominion Virginia Power, Fishermen's Energy [read more]
The Song Remains The Same: Ontario Seeks More Science Before Lifting Offshore Ban
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday September 16 2014
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]
AWEA Assumes Control Over Offshore Wind Development Coalition
by Mark Del Franco on Monday September 15 2014
In an effort to align federal policy objectives, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) and the Offshore Wind Development Coalition (OWDC) have entered into a [read more]
Quebec Government Postpones Wind Power RFP; No New Date Scheduled
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday September 02 2014
The Quebec government has postponed a request for proposals (RFP) calling for 450 MW of installed wind capacity for eastern Quebec and other parts of [read more]
IRS Issues More PTC Guidance, Easing Some Wind Industry Concerns
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday August 12 2014
On Aug. 8, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued guidance to wind developers and investors further spelling out what it means for a wind project [read more]
Suzlon Facility Lends Key Assist In Developing 'The Wind Technicians Of Tomorrow'
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday July 17 2014
Online learning institution Herzing University and turbine manufacturer Suzlon Wind Energy Corp. have teamed up to create an innovative training curriculum for wind energy technicians. [read more]
Official: Maryland ORECs To Come After Lease Block Auction
by Mark Del Franco on Wednesday July 09 2014
Would-be developers seeking to build an offshore wind farm off the Maryland coast should expect the release of the state's offshore renewable energy certificates (ORECs) [read more]
Offshore Wind Developer Baryonyx Pulls Plug On GoWind Demonstration Project
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday June 05 2014
NAW has learned that Austin, Texas-based Baryonyx Corp. has withdrawn its permit application for its GoWind Offshore Wind Demonstration Project, effectively ending further development of [read more]
AWEA: EPA Rules Could Be Third Biggest Driver For Wind Behind PTC And RPS Policies
by Mark Del Franco on Monday June 02 2014
Renewable energy technologies, such as wind and solar, stand to benefit from the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) sweeping proposal to limit carbon dioxide pollution from [read more]
Piggybacking Wind And Solar: Can Two Renewable Energy Sources Peacefully Co-Exist?
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday May 22 2014
Spurred on by opportunity and the desire to maximize existing generating assets, several wind developers are now beginning to look at adding solar generation on [read more]
DOE Shocker: Down-Select Offshore Winners Raise Some Eyebrows
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday May 08 2014
In a highly anticipated announcement made during Wednesday's opening general session at the American Wind Energy Association's WINDPOWER 2014 show, the U.S. Department of Energy [read more]
AWEA CEO Outlines Strategy To Get Wind PTC Extended
by Mark Del Franco on Wednesday May 07 2014
American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) CEO Tom Kiernan updated conference attendees on the status of the expired production tax credit (PTC) during the opening general [read more]
Another Industry Setback: N.J. Whacks Fishermen's Offshore Wind Demo Project
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday March 20 2014
By a vote of 4-0, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has rejected Fishermen's Energy's application, effectively killing the developer's plans for a [read more]
House Unveils Tax Reform Plan Attacking Wind Energy PTC
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday February 27 2014
On Feb. 26, House Committee on Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp, R-Mich., released a scathing tax reform proposal that seeks to dramatically reduce the [read more]
Fate Of Fishermen's Energy Offshore Wind Pilot Hinges On Two Approvals
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday February 06 2014
As New Jersey-based Fishermen's Energy awaits a New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) decision on whether it can use renewable energy certificates to finance [read more]
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