Content Category: New & Noteworthy
DMI Industries Reduces Workforce
on Tuesday January 06 2009 by NAW staff
Fargo, N.D.-based DMI Industries, a wind tower manufacturer, will cut approximately 20% of its workforce across its three facility locations in North Dakota, Oklahoma and [read more]
Ecofin Acquires Stake In Suzlon Subsidiary
on Monday January 05 2009 by NAW staff
AE-Rotor Holding BV - a wholly owned, indirect subsidiary of Suzlon Energy Ltd., a wind turbine manufacturer - has agreed to sell 67,010,421 shares (10% [read more]
Michigan Attracts Turbine Manufacturer
on Friday January 02 2009 by NAW Staff
The wind energy supply chain is set to benefit from an initiative by the state of Michigan that will help companies create and retain an [read more]
Regulators Approve Sale Of Puget Energy
on Friday January 02 2009 by NAW Staff
State regulators have approved the sale of Puget Energy and its wholly owned utility subsidiary, Puget Sound Energy (PSE), to New York-based Puget Holdings LLC. [read more]
FERC: Significant Progress In Demand Response, Advanced Metering
on Tuesday December 30 2008 by NAW staff
Demand response and advanced metering programs have made significant progress in serving more consumers across the country, says a new Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) [read more]
DEP Approves Cape Wind
on Friday December 26 2008 by NAW staff
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has approved Cape Wind's Chapter 91 waterways application. In the letter notifying Cape Wind of the department's [read more]
CPUC Approves Sunrise Transmission Project
on Wednesday December 24 2008 by NAW staff
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved San Diego Gas and Electric Co.'s (SDG&E) application to construct the Sunrise Powerlink Transmission Project in order [read more]
SED Completes Installation Of Wind Turbine On Cape Cod
on Wednesday December 24 2008 by NAW staff
Sustainable Energy Developments Inc. (SED), an Ontario, N.Y.-based developer of decentralized wind projects, has completed the installation of a Northwind 100 kW wind turbine at [read more]
U.S. Continues To Drive Global Cleantech Investment
on Monday December 22 2008 by NAW staff
Venture capital investment in cleantech companies reached a record $4.6 billion in the first three quarters of 2008, according to Ernst & Young's analysis of [read more]
Study: Wind Power Is Better Economic Choice
on Monday December 22 2008 by NAW staff
A recent study from environmental consulting firm Downstream Strategies LLC shows that wind development is a better economic land-use option than mountaintop removal coal mining [read more]
Wind Development RFP Delayed
on Monday December 22 2008 by NAW staff
The Department of Environment, Energy and Forestry of Prince Edward Island says that the province will wait until April 1, 2009, to invite developers to [read more]
Mesalands Wind Turbine Puts Power On The Grid
on Friday December 19 2008 by NAW staff
The 1.5 MW GE wind turbine at Mesalands Community College's North American Wind Research and Training Center is totally assembled, and has been commissioned and [read more]
Obama Names Members Of Energy And Environment Team
on Wednesday December 17 2008 by NAW staff
President-elect Barack Obama has named key members of his energy and environment team, which includes Steven Chu as secretary of energy, Lisa Jackson as Environmental [read more]
AESO To File For Transmission Development To Connect Wind In Alberta
on Wednesday December 17 2008 by NAW staff
The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) will recommend the construction of a 240 kV loop system to connect up to 2,700 MW of wind power [read more]
Massachusetts Clean Energy Projects Receive Grants
on Tuesday December 16 2008 by NAW staff
Nine renewable energy projects have been awarded by the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust (MRET), according to the state's secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Ian [read more]
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