Content Category: FYI
All Aboard! Dutch Trains To Run Exclusively On Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 26 2015
According to Popular Science, about half of the electric trains in the Netherlands this year will run on wind power. Even more impressive is that [read more]
Government Policies Central To Europe's Renewable Energy Growth
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 25 2015
Renewable energy support schemes, such as feed-in tariffs (FITs), quota obligations, capital grants and subsidies, will continue to be instrumental in promoting Europe's renewable energy [read more]
Skylotec Opens New Training Center
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 19 2015
Skylotec, a Scandinavian manufacturer of personal protective equipment, says it will open a new training center in Sweden. According to Skylotec, its new training center [read more]
NYC's Procurement Office Seeking Renewables Releases Q&A Form
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
New York City's Office of Citywide Procurement has unveiled a helpful question-and-answer document to help respondents apply to its recently released power call. On July [read more]
UpWind Solutions Passes DNV GL ISO Audit
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
UpWind Solutions recently completed the 9001:2008 Quality Management System certification to ensure its systems are continually improving. According to UpWind, this is the first year [read more]
Kruger Energy Taps Romax For Condition Monitoring
by NAW Staff on Monday August 10 2015
Romax Technology will provide condition monitoring services for two Canadian-based wind farms owned by Kruger Energy. As part of the agreement, Romax will provide condition [read more]
Tri Global Energy Claims Wind Development Crown In Texas
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 05 2015
Citing stats from the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) Second-Quarter 2015 Market Report, Tri Global Energy (TGE), a Dallas-based utility-scale renewable energy company, claims it [read more]
Utility Report Pegs Renewables, Regulation, Consumer Tech As 'Critical' Challenges
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 04 2015
A new report from Kansas-based engineering and construction firm Black & Veatch says utility executives are feeling increasing uncertainty about the pace of regulation due [read more]
Ingeteam Expands Global Footprint With Two New Subsidiaries
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 04 2015
Ingeteam, a Spain-based provider of wind and solar power products and services, has opened new subsidiaries in Romania and the Philippines. The company says its [read more]
European Offshore Wind Sector Sets Record In First Half Of 2015
by NAW Staff on Monday August 03 2015
In the first six months of 2015, the European offshore wind industry installed more new capacity than in any other year on record as several [read more]
Southwire Buys High-Voltage Cable Plant In North Carolina
by NAW Staff on Monday August 03 2015
Georgia-based Southwire Co. has completed its purchase of a transmission cable manufacturing plant in Huntersville, N.C., from ABB Inc. Through the acquisition, Southwire says it [read more]
ArcLight Closes Sixth Fund With $5.6 Billion In Commitments
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 29 2015
ArcLight Capital Partners has financially closed its latest fund, ArcLight Energy Partners Fund VI. The fund closed with $5.575 billion in commitments, exceeding its $4 [read more]
SgurrEnergy Expands Canadian Operations
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 29 2015
Renewable energy consultancy SgurrEnergy has expanded its Canadian operations base to Montreal and Toronto, a strategic move to build on growing business opportunities in eastern [read more]
Provinces Support Cross-Border Collaboration Of Renewables
by NAW Staff on Friday July 24 2015
Newfoundland and Labrador Minister of Natural Resources Derrick Dalley and Ontario Minister of Energy Bob Chiarelli are seeking methods to import renewable energy from Newfoundland [read more]
GlobalData: U.K. Tops Global Offshore Wind Market
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 22 2015
The U.K. will remain the leading offshore wind power market globally by 2025, with its installed capacity increasing to 23.2 GW from 4.5 GW in [read more]
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