Why Scheduling Is Important For Wind-Farm Profitability
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The date on which the first profitable power flows from a new wind farm has a special place on construction schedules. It marks the end [read more]
South Dakota Puts
Incentives To Work For Wind
Vol 3. | Issue 1. | March 2008
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Ranked fourth in overall wind generation potential for U.S. states by the American Wind Energy Association, South Dakota has yet to break the 100 [read more]
BPL Repositions Grid
Solutions Through Acquisition
Vol 2. | Issue 12. | February 2008
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Editor's Note: In 2008, NAW will deliver insightful news and analysis about the integration of renewable resources on the power grid [read more]
Utilities Turn To A "Power Prepay" For White Creek
Vol 2. | Issue 11. | January 2008
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Construction of the 205 MW White Creek Wind Project in Klickitat County, Wash., was completed at the end of November 2007, ahead of schedule and [read more]
Quebec Reserves 500 MW
"For The Regions"
Vol 2. | Issue 10. | December 2007
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In September, Hydro-Quebec released the details of 66 wind energy facility proposals submitted in response to a 2,000 MW request for proposals (RFPs). With [read more]
Utilities Grapple With Green Marketing
Vol 2. | Issue 9. | November 2007
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Utility green pricing programs (GPPs) have become an increasingly familiar offering across the U.S., but many utilities still have chosen not to launch a GPP, [read more]
Nova Scotia Supports Industry With Wind Maps And Approval Guidelines
Vol 2. | Issue 8. | October 2007
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The Nova Scotia Department of Energy (NSDOE), in conjunction with researchers from Universite de Moncton and the Applied Geomatics Research Group at Nova Scotia Community [read more]
Wind Power Seeks Place In Coal-Powered Kentucky
Vol 2. | Issue 7. | September 2007
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The predominantly coal-powered Commonwealth of Kentucky currently has no operational utility-scale wind farms. The Department of Energy (DOE) reports on its Energy Efficiency and Renewable [read more]
Audubon Maintains Conditional Support For Wind Power
Vol 2. | Issue 6. | August 2007
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The Maine chapter of the National Audubon Society (NAS) has withdrawn its request to intervene in a Maine Land Use Regulation Commission (LURC) hearing for [read more]
WINDPOWER 2007 Delivers Road Map For 20x’30 Vision
Vol 2. | Issue 5. | July 2007
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The American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) WINDPOWER 2007 conference in early June provided the association with a platform to delineate both the extensive growth of [read more]
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