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Report: U.S. Used More Renewable Power But Consumed Less Energy Overall
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 22 2009
Americans used more solar, nuclear, biomass and wind energy in 2008 than they did in 2007, according to the most recent energy flow charts released [read more]
DOE Study Shows U.S. Leads The World In Wind Energy Capacity Growth
by NAW Staff on Friday July 17 2009
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released its "2008 Wind Technologies Market Report," which details $16 billion in investment in wind projects made in [read more]
DOE Announces Up To $22 Million For Community Renewable Energy Deployment
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 16 2009
The Department of Energy (DOE) says it plans to provide up to $22 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to support [read more]
New Study Finds Wind, Geothermal Are Most Efficient Renewable Energy Sources
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 16 2009
According to a new study from New York University's (NYU) Stern School of Business, wind and geothermal energy have shown the fastest improvements and are [read more]
Iberdrola Renewables Looks To Build 850 MW Worth Of Wind Projects In The U.S. This Year
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 15 2009
Spanish energy company Iberdrola Renewables has announced that it hopes to secure $400 to $500 million in U.S. Department of Treasury funds, which will go [read more]
Rabobank Launches Renewable Energy And Infrastructure Finance Division In U.S.
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 15 2009
Dutch financial company Rabobank has established a renewable energy and infrastructure finance (REIF) team in New York to serve North America and South America. Managing [read more]
BGE Files Smart Grid Initiative With Maryland Public Service Commission
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 15 2009
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. (BGE) has filed with the Maryland Public Service Commission a comprehensive and advanced smart grid initiative, including the planned installation [read more]
Grand Valley State Faculty Members Awarded Grant To Study Potential Wind Power Conflicts
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 14 2009
Four faculty members at Michigan's Grand Valley State University have been awarded a grant to explore potential conflicts with locating wind power facilities in coastal [read more]
New England Marine Renewable Energy Center Receives Department Of Energy Funding
by NAW Staff on Monday July 13 2009
The New England Marine Renewable Energy Center (MREC) recently received an award of $950,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy. Funding will go to a [read more]
NYSERDA Awards Funds To Cleantech Center To Establish Clean Energy Business Program
by NAW Staff on Monday July 13 2009
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has awarded $1.5 million to the Center for Clean Tech Entrepreneurship at the Tech Garden [read more]
Study Finds Significant Opportunity For Atlantic Canada Wind Exports To Northeastern U.S.
by NAW Staff on Friday July 10 2009
A recent study by Massachusetts-based Power Advisory LLC, commissioned by the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA), has found significant potential for wind energy exports from [read more]
Study: Desert Claim Wind Power Would Create Millions Of Dollars In New Economic Activity
by NAW Staff on Friday July 10 2009
The Desert Claim Wind Power project will create 282 jobs and generate more than $33 million in new economic activity throughout Washington state in the [read more]
AWEA: National Policy Commitment Urgently Needed To Ensure Greater Use Of Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 09 2009
The U.S. gets a solid B for its 2008 progress toward reaching 20% of electricity supply from wind energy by 2030, but could be "at [read more]
Energy Consultants From CRA International Develop Electricity Plan For New York City
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 08 2009
Boston-based CRA International Inc. (CRA), a management, economic and financial consulting firm, has helped to develop a master electrical transmission plan for New York City. [read more]
Report Cites Renewable Energy Development As Key For Growing Missouri's Rural Economy
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 08 2009
Wind power, biomass and other sources of renewable energy will bring economic investment, new tax revenues and job creation to Missouri's struggling rural communities, according [read more]
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