Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Nordex Begins Production At Arkansas Plant
by NAW Staff on Monday October 04 2010
Production has begun at Nordex's newly built wind turbine manufacturing plant in Jonesboro, Ark. The plant's first production crew will assemble a wind turbine [read more]
NYISO: New York's Grid Can Handle More Wind
by NAW Staff on Friday October 01 2010
Wind generation could be increased by over five times the amount currently operating in New York, according to a study issued by the [read more]
Ritter To Promote Colorado Cleantech In Europe
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 30 2010
Gov. Bill Ritter, D-Colo., plans to visit Denmark and Finland this week to promote Colorado cleantech companies, seek new investments in the state [read more]
Study Shows That Wind Farms Have Health, Wildlife And Climate Benefits
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 29 2010
A recent study shows that generating power from the Altamont Pass wind farms in California has resulted in health, wildlife and climate benefits. [read more]
Members Of Congress Call For Action On Chinese Trade Practices
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 29 2010
The United Steelworkers (USW) has commended the release of a letter to President Obama that urges swift mobilization of resources in support of [read more]
Report Recommends Redirecting Oil And Gas Subsidies To Offshore Wind Development
by NAW Staff on Tuesday September 28 2010
A new report from the nonprofit organization Oceana indicates that oil and gas exploration should be replaced by offshore wind development on the [read more]
For RES Passage, Time Is Growing Short
by Chris Madison on Friday September 24 2010
Wind industry proponents of a renewable electricity standard (RES) are making one more furious push to get legislation passed this year. But with time running [read more]
Northern Power Receives DOE Funds To Develop New Turbine
by Angela Beniwal on Thursday September 23 2010
Northern Power Systems Inc. will use a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to help fund development and commercialization of a [read more]
Wind Farm Owners To Benefit From Bonus Depreciation Provision Included In Small Jobs Bill
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday September 21 2010
A new provision in the Small Business Jobs Act passed by the Senate last week may mean big things for wind farm owners [read more]
MAKE Consulting: U.S. Installs Set To Stall In 2011
by NAW Staff on Tuesday September 21 2010
After years of strong growth, the U.S. wind energy market is bracing itself for a precipitous drop in annual turbine installations, according to [read more]
WKN USA Expands Strategy With Eye For Growth
by Mark Del Franco on Friday September 17 2010
WKN USA, a subsidiary of German-based WindKraft Nord (WKN), is looking to expand its successful strategy of develop-build-sell to also retain ownership interests [read more]
California ISO Study Affirms Grid Can Reliably Integrate 20% RPS
by NAW Staff on Friday September 17 2010
The California Independent System Operator Corp. (California ISO) has released a renewable portfolio standard (RPS) integration study. California ISO and its study [read more]
The Hartford Launches Renewable Energy Practice
by NAW Staff on Friday September 17 2010
The Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. has formed a renewable energy unit to address the unique and evolving needs of the rapidly growing [read more]
Dow, MAG, Astraeus Collaborate To Develop Material-Enabled Automation Technology
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 16 2010
The Dow Chemical Co., Astraeus Wind Energy Inc. (AWE) and MAG Industrial Automation Systems (MAG) have signed an agreement to develop material-enabled automated [read more]
AWS Truepower Awarded DOE Funds To Support Wind-Forecasting Research
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 16 2010
Energy consulting firm AWS Truepower LLC will receive $2.15 million in federal funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The company [read more]
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