Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Waxman Takes House Energy And Commerce Committee Chair
on Friday November 21 2008 by Jennifer Delony
In a highly anticipated vote by the House Democratic Caucus yesterday, Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., won the chairmanship of the House Energy and Commerce Committee [read more]
Siemens, Naikun Sign LOI On Wind Turbine Supply
on Thursday November 20 2008 by NAW staff
Vancouver, British Columbia-based NaiKun Wind Energy Group Inc. has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to negotiate an agreement to purchase up to 110 wind [read more]
Wyoming-Colorado Intertie Offers Remaining Capacity
on Thursday November 20 2008 by NAW staff
In late August, the Wyoming-Colorado Intertie (WCI) project reported the successful results of its open season capacity auction for firm transmission rights for a new [read more]
FERC Conditionally Approves Transmission Rate
on Thursday November 20 2008 by NAW staff
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has conditionally approved transmission rate incentives for the Maine Power Connection (MPC) project sponsored by Maine Public Service Co. [read more]
Senate Announces Leadership, Lieberman Removed From Environment Committee
on Wednesday November 19 2008 by Jennifer Delony
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has released the names of the new Senate Democratic Party leadership for the 111th Congress.  "I am honored to [read more]
Wind Turbine With Hybrid Tower Could Produce More Energy
on Wednesday November 19 2008 by NAW staff
One of the world's biggest wind turbines with a hybrid tower is being built at the wind test site in Grevenbroich, Germany. The tower combines [read more]
Environmental, Conservation And Wind Energy Groups Launch New Institute
on Wednesday November 19 2008 by NAW staff
Twenty of the nation's top science-based conservation and environmental groups and wind energy companies have created a national institute to facilitate timely and responsible development [read more]
Report: Energy Storage Will Change Power Infrastructure
on Wednesday November 19 2008 by NAW staff
The advent of distributed generation, distributed storage and distributed intelligence will change power infrastructure into an intelligent and more nimble power web, according to a [read more]
Xcel Energy And GridPoint Partner On Wind-To-Battery Project
on Wednesday November 19 2008 by NAW staff
Xcel Energy has selected GridPoint's software platform to control the flow of power between the grid and a NGK Insulators' sodium-sulfur battery storing wind energy. [read more]
Schwarzenegger Advances California's Renewable Energy Development
on Tuesday November 18 2008 by NAW staff
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., has signed Executive Order (EO) S-14-08 to streamline California's renewable energy project approval process and increase the state's renewable portfolio standard [read more]
Goldman Sachs, Blue Source To Market U.S. GHG Emission Reductions
on Tuesday November 18 2008 by NAW staff
The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Blue Source LLC have formed an alliance that combines Goldman's global leadership in commodities trading and financial risk management [read more]
Wind Developers Pledge $20,000 To Wind For Schools Program
on Tuesday November 18 2008 by NAW staff
Wind energy developers Babcock & Brown and Iberdrola Renewables have each pledged $10,000 to help support the South Dakota Wind for Schools program, according to [read more]
CRA International Studies High-Voltage Transmission
on Monday November 17 2008 by NAW staff
Boston-based CRA International Inc. has helped prepare a study about the economic benefits of building approximately 1,200 miles of extra-high voltage transmission in the Southwest [read more]
Report: Renewables Can Meet Baseload, Replace Old Reactors
on Friday November 14 2008 by NAW staff
Ontario's Energy Minister George Smitherman's goal of increasing the amount of green energy in the province's electricity plan can only be met by replacing aging [read more]
Report: Massive Investment Will Be Needed To Maintain Reliable Energy
on Friday November 14 2008 by NAW staff
The U.S. utility industry will have to invest between $1.5 trillion and $2 trillion between 2010 and 2030 to maintain current levels of reliable energy [read more]
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