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Mitsubishi Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against GE
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 20 2010
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) and Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas Inc. have filed an antitrust lawsuit in U.S. District Court against [read more]
Regional Climate Initiatives Release White Paper
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 20 2010
The three regional climate initiatives in North America - the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), the Midwestern [read more]
Survey: Emissions Reductions Top U.S. Business Concern In Climate Change Debate
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 20 2010
U.S. companies' top concern in the climate change debate is reducing carbon emissions, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers' Appetite for Change survey. Of [read more]
California ISO Board Approves Changes To Help Integrate RE
by NAW Staff on Wednesday May 19 2010
The California Independent System Operator (California ISO) board of governors has approved two changes that will help integrate renewable generating resources, [read more]
ECC Closes On Land Purchase For Blade Facility
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 18 2010
Energy Composites Corp. (ECC), a provider of composites-based solutions to the cleantech sector, has closed on a land purchase for its [read more]
FAA Gives Cape Wind Clearance
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 18 2010
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a determination of no hazard for Cape Wind's proposed 130-turbine project in Nantucket Sound. [read more]
Pattern Energy Raises Over $800 Million In Equity Financing
by NAW Staff on Monday May 17 2010
Pattern Energy Group LP has secured a total of more than $800 million in equity funding from investment funds controlled by [read more]
PUC Wants More Details About Turbine Collapse
by NAW Staff on Friday May 14 2010
The New York State Public Service Commission (NYPSC) is seeking further details from Noble Environmental Power LLC about a wind turbine [read more]
Report: Clean Energy Future Still Possible Without Legislation
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 13 2010
A new report from the nonprofit and nonpartisan Civil Society Institute think tank outlines what will happen if Congress does not [read more]
Report: Minnesota Can Be A National Green Leader
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 13 2010
Minnesota is poised to become a national leader in green technology, according to a report issued by Minnesota 2020, a, nonpartisan [read more]
Rhode Island Governor, Attorney General On Opposite Sides Of Proposed RE Legislation
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 11 2010
Patrick Lynch, Rhode Island's attorney general, has voiced concerns about S.2819, An Act Relating to Public Utilities Commission - Contracting Standards [read more]
Ontario Power Authority Launches Community Energy Program
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 11 2010
The Ontario Power Authority has launched the Community Energy Partnerships Program (CEPP), which is designed to make it easier to plan [read more]
National Grid To Buy Power From Cape Wind
by NAW Staff on Monday May 10 2010
National Grid and Cape Wind have filed a contract with the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) under which National Grid [read more]
Testinglab Denmark To Construct Lightning Testing Facility
by NAW Staff on Monday May 10 2010
Testinglab Denmark APS plans to construct a testing facility for full-scale lightning tests. The laboratory will facilitate testing of large wind [read more]
NGA Center Report Highlights State Clean Energy Programs
by NAW Staff on Friday May 07 2010
Throughout the decade, states have launched initiatives to promote alternative energy sources, improve energy efficiency and lower greenhouse gas emissions, according to a [read more]
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