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Chinese Wind Turbine OEMs Increase Dominance
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 16 2011
The top-five wind turbine original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) remained the same in 2010; however, as Chinese wind turbine OEMs continued to capitalize on strong [read more]
Clean Energy Global Markets Surge In 2010
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 16 2011
The overall trend for the clean energy market continued to be one of growth and expansion in 2010. Combined global revenue for wind power, [read more]
Research Shows That 20 MW Turbines Are Feasible
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 15 2011
Twenty-megawatt wind turbines are feasible, according to a new report from the European Union-funded UpWind project and published at the European Wind Energy Association [read more]
GWEC: Projects To Recover In Global Wind Market
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 15 2011
The global wind market is expected to grow again this year, with more than 40 GW of new wind power capacity to be added, [read more]
Gamesa Expands Presence In India, Receives Certification
by NAW Staff on Monday March 14 2011
Gamesa has announced that it will invest more than 60 million euros through 2012 to build new manufacturing plants in India. The company plans [read more]
U.S. Chamber Releases Report Identifying Stalled Energy Projects
by NAW Staff on Friday March 11 2011
As part of its Project No Project initiative, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has released an economic study identifying 351 stalled energy projects nationwide [read more]
Midwest ISO Says Brookings Line Set To Receive MVP Designation
by Angela Beniwal on Thursday March 10 2011
The Brookings County-Hampton transmission line, a section of the proposed CapX2020 project, could receive a multi-value project (MVP) designation by the Midwest Independent [read more]
Sensing Opportunities, Terrestrial Wind Developers Head Offshore
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday March 08 2011
When Maryland issued its request for interest (RFI) for offshore wind leases off its coast last year, terrestrial-based wind developers, such as RES [read more]
Court Upholds Current Regulations For Wind Turbine Setbacks In Ontario
by NAW Staff on Friday March 04 2011
The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is praising the Ontario Divisional Court's decision to uphold the current regulations for wind turbine setbacks. [read more]
Iberdrola Pulls Back Guidance; Cuts U.S. Development
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday March 03 2011
Iberdrola Renewables, one of the world's largest wind developers, says new wind capacity additions will slow this year and next, including wind farms [read more]
AWS: U.S. Experiences Windier-Than-Normal Wind
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 02 2011
AWS Truepower LLC, a renewable energy consulting and information services firm, has released the latest installment of its windTrends Bulletin, a quarterly analytical wind [read more]
Indiana Poll Finds Bipartisan Support For Wind Energy
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 01 2011
Results of an Indiana poll show strong and deep bipartisan public support for increasing wind farm development in the state through the passage of [read more]
Report: Tightening Budgets Lead To Renewable Energy Challenges
by NAW Staff on Monday February 28 2011
The legacy of the global financial crisis continues to create challenges across the global renewable energy market, according to Ernst & Young's latest Renewable [read more]
Wind Power On Bonneville Power Administration's Grid Breaks New Record
by NAW Staff on Friday February 25 2011
The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) says that wind turbines on its transmission system generated over 3,000 MW for the first time on Feb. 22, producing [read more]
U.N. Report: Renewables Can Kick-Start Green Economy, Lessen Poverty
by NAW Staff on Friday February 25 2011
Wind power and other renewables can play a significant role in a new global green economy while also helping mitigate climate change between now [read more]
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