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Turn Energy Begins Construction For Remote Monitoring Center
by NAW Staff on Monday April 27 2009
Turn Energy Maintenance has begun construction on its National Remote Monitoring Center at the company's Austin, Texas, headquarters. The remote monitoring center has been [read more]
Miami Proposes Smart-Grid Initiative
by NAW Staff on Monday April 27 2009
Miami's mayor, Manny Diaz, has announced an energy initiative that proposes to use federal economic stimulus funds to help spur a $200 million investment in [read more]
Iowa Bills Promote Wind Energy
by NAW Staff on Friday April 24 2009
Gov. Chet Culver, D-Iowa, has signed two bills designed to expand Iowa's wind energy industry. Senate File 456 utilizes unused tax credits to promote small [read more]
First Wind Obtains Financing For Milford I Wind Project
by NAW Staff on Friday April 24 2009
Newton, Mass.-based First Wind has obtained a $376 million financing for the first phase of its 203.5 MW Milford Wind Corridor project in Milford, Utah. [read more]
Chelsea Piers Honored As NYC's Largest Commercial Customer
by NAW Staff on Friday April 24 2009
ConEdison Solutions has announced that Chelsea Piers in Manhattan now ranks as New York City's largest commercial customer using 100% wind power. As part of [read more]
Green-e Certifies Over 200 Products Manufactured With RE
by NAW Staff on Friday April 24 2009
According to the Center for Resource Solutions, Green-e Marketplace companies now offer over 200 products that are manufactured with 100% certified renewable energy. Green-e Marketplace [read more]
Huntsman Signs Renewable Energy Bills
by NAW Staff on Friday April 24 2009
Gov. Jon Huntsman, R-Utah, ceremonially signed two renewable energy bills, H.B.430 and S.B.76, at Raser Technologies Inc.'s Hatch geothermal power plant in Utah. S.B.76 establishes [read more]
Report: Smart-Grid Spending Projected To Grow
by NAW Staff on Friday April 24 2009
According to a new study by NextGen Research, "Smart Grid Applications: Demand Response, Decentralized Generation and Smart Meters Increase Electrical Networks' Capabilities, Efficiency and Reliability," [read more]
MMS Rule Provides Framework For Offshore Wind
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday April 23 2009
In a move that outlines the parameters for offshore wind and how it will be developed, the Minerals Management Service (MMS), part of the Department [read more]
IAWIND Receives $3M Iowa Power Fund Grant
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 23 2009
The Iowa Alliance for Wind Innovation and Novel Development (IAWIND), a collaborative project led by the University of Iowa (UI) College of Engineering, has received [read more]
Senator Calls For Streamlining Approval Of Wind Projects In S.D.
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 23 2009
Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., sent a letter to Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) Administrator Timothy Meeks urging the development of a wind power permitting process [read more]
Obama Promotes Renewable Energy At Wind Tower Factory
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 23 2009
President Obama visited Newton, Iowa-based Trinity Structural Towers, the former Maytag appliance factory that now produces towers for wind energy production and employs dozens of [read more]
John Deere To Build Wind Farm In Kansas
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 23 2009
The city of Greensburg, Kan., Kansas Power Pool and John Deere Renewables have jointly announced plans to develop the Greensburg Wind Farm. The Greensburg Wind [read more]
WAPA Announces Funding For Transmission Projects
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 23 2009
Less than two months after President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, up to $3.25 billion in funding is now readily available for [read more]
Rollins Project Approved by Maine DEP
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 23 2009
Newton, Mass.-based First Wind has received approval from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for its proposed 60 MW Rollins Wind project in Penobscot [read more]
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