Content Category: FYI
Gamesa, Technical University Of Madrid To Develop Advanced Wind Tunnel
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 21 2015
Gamesa and the Technical University of Madrid have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly design, develop and operate a high-performance aerodynamic testing tunnel in [read more]
Consumers Energy Offers Public Tours Of Cross Winds Energy Park
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 16 2015
The Chamber of Commerce in Caro, Mich., will offer free public tours of the 111 MW Cross Winds Energy Park on Saturday, July 25. According [read more]
Cuba Seeks Foreign Investment To Build 13 Wind Farms
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 15 2015
The Republic of Cuba is planning to build seven wind farms that will be financed by foreign investors under a program aimed at developing renewable [read more]
Wind Generated 140% Of Denmark's Electrical Needs
by NAW Staff on Monday July 13 2015
On July 9, Danish wind farms produced nearly 140% of the electricity used by the small Nordic nation. According to, which owns the Danish [read more]
GE To Build Wind Power Training Center In China
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 08 2015
GE has announced that it will build a new wind power training center in Shenyang, China. The approximately 500-square-meter facility will be built on the [read more]
ALL Cranes Adds Two Cranes From Liebherr
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 07 2015
Independence, Ohio-based construction services provider ALL Cranes has obtained two Liebherr all-terrain (AT) cranes. The machines include a 600-ton Liebherr LTM 1500-8.1 and a 350-ton [read more]
Duke Energy Upgrades Notrees Energy Storage System
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 30 2015
Duke Energy is in the process of updating its 36 MW energy storage and power management system located at the company's 153 MW Notrees Windpower [read more]
IESO: 18-Month Reliability Outlook Is Positive
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 24 2015
The outlook for the reliability of Ontario's electricity system remains positive for the next 18 months, according to the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO). The [read more]
Study: Compressed Air Could Save Ontario $8 Billion Over 20 Years
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 23 2015
A new technology to store excess energy generated by green energy sources could save Ontario up to $8 billion over a 20-year period, according to [read more]
Report: Composite Materials For Wind Blades To Reach Nearly $3.8 Billion By 2021
by NAW Staff on Friday June 19 2015
Improving wind turbine technologies are fuelling the wind energy market and encouraging new installations, according to new research from Frost & Sullivan. As such, the [read more]
NREL Partnerships Help Grid Accommodate More Renewable Energy
by NAW Staff on Thursday June 18 2015
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will award up to $6.5 million in federal funds to five recipients to address the challenge of enabling the [read more]
Firms Partner To Recycle Decommissioned Wind Blades
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 17 2015
Janicki Industries has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Global Fiberglass Solutions Inc. (GFSI) for fiberglass recycling and developing manufacturing technologies. Together, Janicki and [read more]
AWS Truepower Establishes Local Presence In Mexico City
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 16 2015
AWS Truepower will open an office in Mexico City to better accommodate the Mexican renewable energy market and enhance service for clients. According to AWS, [read more]
EWEA: Global Businesses Turn To Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Monday June 15 2015
To celebrate Global Wind Day, which is June 15, several wind energy associations are touting major corporations' participation as wind farm owners and investors. According [read more]
Study: NREL's Economic Impact Exceeds $870 Million
by NAW Staff on Friday June 12 2015
The economic impact of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) was $872.3 million nationwide in fiscal year 2014, according to [read more]
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