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Wind Turbine Assembly Plant Slated For Nevada
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 11 2010
The U.S. Renewable Energy Group (US-REG), A-Power Energy Generation Systems Ltd. and American Nevada Group (ANC) have announced the development and [read more]
IMO Group To Set Up Facility In South Carolina
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 10 2010
Germany-based IMO Group, a manufacturer of slewing rings and slew drives, will locate its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Dorchester County, [read more]
DSME Chooses Nova Scotia For Wind Tower Production Plant
by NAW Staff on Monday March 08 2010
Korea-based Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has chosen Nova Scotia for the location of its North American production center for wind turbine towers and [read more]
Berkeley Lab Analyzes RE And Transmission
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 04 2010
A new analysis by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) for the Western Governors' Association examines how [read more]
Report: U.S. Must Do More To Prevent Lost RE Manufacturing Jobs
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 04 2010
The U.S. must commit to developing a domestic manufacturing sector capable of meeting heightened demand for the parts, systems and components of the growing clean [read more]
Report: Big Opportunity To Expand Wind Power In Iowa
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 04 2010
Iowa has tremendous opportunity to expand on its emergence as a world leader in wind energy production, according to a new report from the Iowa [read more]
Report: Oil, Gas Companies Can Benefit From Exploring RE Options
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 04 2010
According to news analysis from Frost & Sullivan, a carbon-free future threatens oil and gas (O&G) companies with declining business growth in Europe, unless they [read more]
Salazar Clears Way For Final Decision On Cape Wind
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 02 2010
Ken Salazar, secretary of the Department of the Interior (DOI), has concluded the historic preservation consultation process for the proposed Cape Wind project in Nantucket [read more]
Wind Power Sets Record In West Texas
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 02 2010
Wind power generation hit a record 6,242 MW on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) grid Sunday afternoon, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. The [read more]
Dow Chemical Plans Renewable Energy Expansion In Michigan
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 02 2010
Dow Chemical Co. plans expansions in wind, solar, advanced-battery manufacturing and other projects in Midland, Mich. The projects are expected to total more than $1 [read more]
Report: Offshore Electricity Grid Needs Coordinated Approach
by NAW Staff on Monday March 01 2010
An offshore North Sea and Baltic Sea electricity grid could be in place within 10 to 15 years, but its development is being slowed by [read more]
Study: Countries Need To Cut GHG Emissions Even More To Curb Rising Temperatures
by NAW Staff on Friday February 26 2010
Countries will have to be far more ambitious in cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions if the world is to effectively curb a rise in global [read more]
Study: Jobs Can Be Gained By Adding RE In Utah
by NAW Staff on Friday February 26 2010
A recent study by Clean Energy Utah shows that Utah can gain thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in revenue if the state [read more]
Center For Climate Strategies Analyzes Proposed Clean Energy Jobs Act
by NAW Staff on Friday February 26 2010
The Center for Climate Strategies has analyzed the macroeconomic effects of Wisconsin's recently proposed Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA). The results show that implementation of [read more]
California Energy Commission Announces Clean Energy Program
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 25 2010
The California Energy Commission (CEC) has announced the $90 million Clean Energy Manufacturing Program, which will provide financing to manufacturers in the clean energy sector. [read more]
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