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Potential Of Renewable Energy Outlined In Report
by NAW Staff on Monday May 09 2011
Close to 80% of the world's energy supply could be met by renewables by mid-century if backed by the right enabling public policies, a [read more]
Professor Using Evolution To Help Increase Wind Farm Productivity
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 05 2011
Evolution is providing the inspiration for a computer science research professor at the University of Adelaide to find the best placement of wind turbines [read more]
Iberdrola Records Net Profits As Wind Capacity Rises In The U.S.
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 05 2011
Iberdrola Renewables recorded a net profit of 171.9 million euros in the first quarter of this year, an increase of 10.1% over the same [read more]
Report: Proposed Wind Development Could Create Thousands Of Jobs In Illinois
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 04 2011
As many as 20,000 jobs would be created with the development of the 3,200 MW of utility-scale wind generation currently permitted in Illinois, according [read more]
Report: Rising Temperatures To Have Minimal Effect On Wind Production
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 03 2011
Rising temperatures will not affect the production of wind energy in the U.S. over the next 30 to 50 years, according to Indiana University [read more]
Minnesota's Goodhue Wind Project Moves Forward In Siting Process
by Angela Beniwal on Tuesday May 03 2011
National Wind can move toward gaining final permitting for its Goodhue wind project now that the Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) has issued [read more]
First Wind Partners With Algonquin, Emera
by NAW Staff on Monday May 02 2011
First Wind Holdings LLC, Algonquin Power and Utilities Corp., and Emera Inc. have entered into an agreement to jointly construct, own and operate wind [read more]
Report: Offshore Wind Power Capacity To Boom In The Next Six Years
by NAW Staff on Friday April 29 2011
Investment in offshore wind power is expected to surge in the next several years, according to a report from Pike Research. As a result, [read more]
AWEA: State Policies Encourage Continued Wind Growth In The U.S.
by NAW Staff on Friday April 29 2011
The U.S. wind industry continues to grow, according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). Approximately 1,100 MW of new capacity was installed in [read more]
Brattle Releases Study On Alberta's Electricity Market
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 28 2011
A new report highlights several challenges that Alberta's electricity market will face in the near future, including integrating more wind power and expanding interconnection [read more]
Is Wind Energy The New Wedge Issue For Conservatives?
by Jeff Siegel on Thursday April 28 2011
Almost as soon as Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant went critical, Fox News reported that wind power had killed more Americans than nuclear energy. [read more]
NOAA Scientists To Study Wake Effect Of Wind Turbines
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 27 2011
To improve energy production by wind farms, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) researchers and colleagues are launching the Turbine Wake and Inflow [read more]
With Shepherds Flat Signed, Sumitomo Eyes Additional Investment
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday April 26 2011
You might think that after agreeing to become a joint owner in Shepherds Flat, which is slated to be the world's largest wind farm [read more]
State Policies Key To Clean Energy Development, Report Says
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 26 2011
States' policies are important to wind and solar energy development and in reducing energy use, says a new report from the U.S. Department of [read more]
New Greenpeace Report Analyzes Energy Choices Of IT Companies
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 26 2011
Greenpeace has released a report titled "How Dirty Is Your Data?" that analyzes the energy choices made by information technology (IT) companies, including Apple, [read more]
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