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Content Category: New & Noteworthy
GE Energy Financial Services Acquires SSE's Langhope Rig Wind Farm
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 26 2015
GE Energy Financial Services (EFS) has signed an agreement with SSE Renewables to acquire the 16 MW Langhope Rig wind farm, which is nearing construction [read more]
N.Y. To Create R&D Lab For Next-Gen Electric Grid
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 26 2015
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, D-N.Y., the New York Power Authority (NYPA) and SUNY Polytechnic Institute have signed an agreement to create a facility devoted to [read more]
BOEM Awards Wind Energy Research Lease
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 25 2015
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has granted the first wind energy research lease to the Commonwealth of Virginia's Department of Mines, Minerals and [read more]
Group Releases 30 GW By 2030 Distributed Wind Report
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 24 2015
Borrowing a page from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the Distributed Wind Energy Association (DWEA) has released its own Wind Vision - a report [read more]
IESO: Ontario Expects 1.7 GW Of New Wind By 2016
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 24 2015
Ontario's Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) is projecting that more than 1.7 GW of wind will be grid-connected by September 2016, according to the grid [read more]
Suzlon Shareholders Say Yes To Senvion Sale
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 24 2015
Suzlon's board of directors has formally approved the sale of German turbine subsidiary Senvion to Centerbridge Partners. The $1.2 billion all-cash deal - necessitated by [read more]
With Potential Repeal Of RPS, Wind Developers In Lone Star State Face Texas-Sized Headaches
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday March 24 2015
If a Texas Republican has his way, the state will end its renewable portfolio standard (RPS), undo the billion-dollar competitive renewable energy zones (CREZ) initiative [read more]
Stevens Steps Down At OSEA
by NAW Staff on Monday March 23 2015
Kristopher Stevens, executive director at the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA), is leaving the group to start his own consulting business. Nicole Risse, OSEA's director [read more]
Growth Slows For Global Small Wind Market
by NAW Staff on Friday March 20 2015
After several years of steady growth, the global small wind sector has now encountered challenges, according to a report from the World Wind Energy Association [read more]
NREL Director Announces Retirement
by NAW Staff on Friday March 20 2015
Dan E. Arvizu, director and chief executive at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colo., will retire at the end of September. During [read more]
BOEM Receives Unsolicited Requests To Build Massive Offshore Wind Project In Hawaii
by NAW Staff on Friday March 20 2015
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has received two unsolicited requests from AW Hawaii Wind (AWH) to build a pair of 408 MW offshore [read more]
Thomas Becker Steps Down At EWEA
by NAW Staff on Friday March 20 2015
Thomas Becker, CEO at the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), is stepping down nearly two years to the day after he accepted the post. Becker, [read more]
Wind Turbine O&M Expenditures Will Hit $17 Billion by 2020
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 19 2015
Global expenditures for wind turbine operations and maintenance (O&M) will reach $17 billion by 2020, from $9.25 billion in 2014, according to report from consultancy [read more]
Citing Opposition, Innergex Ceases Development Of Ontario Wind Farm
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 19 2015
Independent power producer Innergex, along with partner the Algonquins of the Pikwakanagan First Nation, will no longer develop the 150 MW Nodinosi prospective wind project, [read more]
Post Alstom, GE Looking At Energy Shuffle
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 19 2015
GE says it plans to split its onshore and offshore wind businesses following the successful acquisition of rival energy giant Alstom. GE acquired the French-based [read more]
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