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MAKE Updates North American Outlook; U.S., Canada Strong In Near Term
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 14 2015
More than 55 GW of capacity will be commissioned in North America from 2015 to 2024, according to an analysis from MAKE Consulting. According to [read more]
Moventas Rolls Out Condition Monitoring Leasing Program
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 14 2015
Moventas is offering a condition monitoring leasing program that will allow owners to keep a watchful eye on equipment and expenses. Moventas' program converts condition [read more]
Natural Gas Parity: The Next Hurdle For Wind's LCOE
by Ryan Moody on Tuesday April 14 2015
The near-term U.S. wind power outlook is fairly clear, with a pipeline of more than 14 GW of high-probability projects supported by the now-expired federal [read more]
Leclanche, Younicos Team Up On Energy Storage Project On The Azores
by NAW Staff on Monday April 13 2015
Swiss battery manufacturer Leclanche is teaming up with Younicos, a German-American specialist in renewable energy integration, to provide battery storage for a project located in [read more]
Canadian Group Says More Study Is Needed Linking Wind Turbines To Adverse Health Impacts
by NAW Staff on Friday April 10 2015
Although a study by the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) identified potential adverse health effects linked to wind turbine noise, it concluded there is inadequate [read more]
ISO Board Acts To Enhance Grid Rules To Better Use Renewables
by NAW Staff on Friday April 10 2015
The California Independent System Operator's (CAISO) board of governors has recently approved new rules on how grid resources are monitored and managed. By voting unanimously [read more]
AWEA: Corporate Wind Trend Continues
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 09 2015
As the cost of wind energy has dropped by more than half in just five years, there has been a steady increase in U.S. businesses, [read more]
BNEF: U.S. Power Sector Emissions Poised To Fall To 1994 Levels
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 09 2015
According to a Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) analysis, this year could set records for the so-called "de-carbonization" of the U.S. power sector. Further, CO2 [read more]
Shermco Industries Is Looking To Hire Scores Of Electrical Technicians
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 09 2015
Shermco Industries is looking for good men and women. Actually, the Irving, Texas-based electrical maintenance services provider intends to hire about 75 technicians for its [read more]
SPP's Clean Power Plan Assessment Shows Regional Compliance Is Possible By 2030 - But At A Cost
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 09 2015
The Southwest Power Pool (SPP) has released a second analysis of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) that indicates a regional [read more]
As California Faces Record Drought Levels, Wind Energy Provides A Vital Service
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 07 2015
In 2014, wind energy saved 2.5 billion gallons of water in California by displacing water consumption at the state's fossil-fired power plants, playing a valuable [read more]
DONG Energy Takes Over U.S. Offshore Wind Development Project
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 07 2015
Denmark-based DONG Energy says it will develop the Massachusetts offshore wind lease area that was recently awarded to RES Americas. On Jan. 29, the Bureau [read more]
Global Wind Anomalies Impact Pattern Wind Farms
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 07 2015
Independent power producer Pattern Energy reports that several of its company-owned wind farms were negatively impacted by global wind anomalies that crimped output during the [read more]
Inslee, Branstad To Lead Governors' Wind Energy Coalition
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 07 2015
Govs. Jay Inslee, D-Wash., and Terry Branstad, D-Iowa, have been selected to lead the Governors' Wind Energy Coalition (GWEC). According to GWEC, Inslee will be [read more]
BPA-Funded Science Grants Help Fuel Wind Education
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 07 2015
The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) is providing science and energy education grants to nonprofit organizations, schools and others to support the education of students in [read more]
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