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New Bill Seeks To Repeal N.C.'s Renewable Energy Mandate
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday March 14 2013
North Carolina does not have a single utility-scale wind project online, and if a recently introduced bill is passed, that may be the case for [read more]
How Sequestration Will Impact Wind Energy
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday March 07 2013
The widespread government spending cuts that were triggered on March 1 will impact nearly every sector of the U.S. economy, including wind energy. Indeed, sequestration [read more]
Rare Bipartisan Cooperation Yields Ideas For Stable Renewable Energy Policy
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday February 28 2013
While bipartisanship remains but a pipedream on Capitol Hill, a group of Democrat and Republican energy experts, policy analysts and former lawmakers are coming together [read more]
Wind Energy Moratorium Proposal Gains Momentum In New Hampshire
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday February 21 2013
Last month, New Hampshire state lawmakers quietly introduced a bill that would suspend further wind project development in the Granite State. More than a month [read more]
Wind Power To Play Limited Role In Connecticut's Energy Plan
by Laura DiMugno on Wednesday February 20 2013
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has released a comprehensive energy strategy that aims to reduce costs for the state's residents and businesses. Among many other measures, [read more]
White House Document Reveals Obama's Big Wind Energy Proposal
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday February 14 2013
In his State of the Union (SOTU) address, President Barack Obama reiterated his support for renewable energy. But what he didn't say was even more [read more]
State Of The Union: Obama Pledges Progress On Renewable Energy, Climate Change
by Laura DiMugno on Wednesday February 13 2013
President Barack Obama has been clear about his support for renewable energy - a position he reaffirmed in Tuesday night's State of the Union (SOTU) [read more]
Vestas 'Prepared For A Tough 2013' Amid Global Wind Energy Market Uncertainty
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday February 07 2013
Despite being a record year for installations, 2012 was undoubtedly tough for the wind energy industry, as policy uncertainty halted developers' project plans and snapped [read more]
Does Sen. Murkowski's New 'Energy Blueprint' Support Wind Power?
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday February 07 2013
Sen. Lisa Murkowski's new energy blueprint, dubbed "Energy 20/20: A Vision for America's Energy Future," is certainly inclusive. The Alaska senator's "all of the above" [read more]
Energy Secretary Steven Chu Announces Resignation
by Laura DiMugno on Friday February 01 2013
As widely expected, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Steven Chu has announced he will not serve a second term. Chu, a Nobel Prize winner, [read more]
Smaller And Lighter 10 MW Wind Turbines May Be On The Horizon
by Laura DiMugno on Monday January 21 2013
A new project spearheaded by Spanish technology research and development center Tecnalia aims to design high-capacity offshore wind turbines that are much smaller and lighter [read more]
New York's $1 Billion 'Green Bank' Lends Hand To Renewable Energy
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday January 10 2013
In his 2013 State of the State address, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined a comprehensive plan that aims to boost the state's clean energy [read more]
Could 'Work Sharing' Help The Wind Energy Industry Reduce Layoffs?
by Laura DiMugno on Wednesday January 09 2013
The wind energy production tax credit (PTC) may have been extended, but companies across the wind power supply chain are still suffering from the uncertainty [read more]
Congress Passes Wind Energy PTC Extension As Part Of Fiscal-Cliff Deal
by Laura DiMugno on Wednesday January 02 2013
Although some damage has already been done, the wind energy industry can breathe a sigh of relief: On Tuesday evening, an extension of the wind [read more]
Energy Secretary 'Bullish On Prospects For Wind Energy'
by Laura DiMugno on Thursday December 20 2012
On Wednesday, U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., held a town-hall-style webcast focused almost exclusively on wind energy and [read more]
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