Content Category: New & Noteworthy
GWEC Adjusts Previous Global Wind Figures
by NAW Staff on Friday March 28 2008
The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) is forecasting that the global wind market will grow by over 155% to reach 240 GW of total installed [read more]
Parker Hannifin Awarded $1 Million Grant
by NAW Staff on Friday March 28 2008
Parker Hannifin, a manufacturer of motion and control technologies, has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Ohio Third Frontier Advanced Energy Program for [read more]
Senator Launches Online Petition To Oppose Transmission Corridor
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 27 2008
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., has launched an online petition to give state residents an outlet to express their opposition to the National Interest Electric [read more]
Woodward Plans To Build Wind Turbine Inverters In Colorado
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 27 2008
Woodward Governor Co. plans to add up to 100 new jobs in Colorado through the expansion of its wind turbine inverter business, which will include [read more]
Governor Launches Clean Energy Wisconsin
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 27 2008
Gov. Jim Doyle, D-Wis., has launched Clean Energy Wisconsin, his strategy to strengthen Wisconsin's energy future by promoting renewable energy, creating new jobs, increasing energy [read more]
Governor, UPC Wind Commemorate Mars Hill Anniversary
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 26 2008
UPC Wind commemorated the first year of full commercial operations for Mars Hill Wind at an anniversary event. Since beginning commercial operations on March 27, [read more]
Mid-Atlantic Co-op Links With Delmarva Power On RFP
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 26 2008
Old Dominion Electric Cooperative, in association with its members, including Delaware Electric Cooperative, have joined Delmarva Power's competitive bidding process to acquire land-based wind energy [read more]
FERC Offers Guidance On RTO, ISO Interconnection Queue Process Improvements
by NAW Staff on Monday March 24 2008
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has directed regional transmission organizations (RTOs) and independent system operators (ISOs) to report on the status of their efforts [read more]
Huntsman Signs 20x'25 Standard For Utah
by Angela Beniwal on Thursday March 20 2008
Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr., R-Utah, has signed the Energy Resource and Carbon Emission Reduction Initiative (Senate Bill 202) that establishes a renewable portfolio standard (RPS) [read more]
Wind Industry Experts Collaborate On RELIAWIND
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 20 2008
Garrad Hassan (GH), a provider of products and services for the wind industry, and nine other industry and academic leaders have put together a proposal [read more]
TCU, FPL, Oxford University Join For Wind Study
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 20 2008
Texas Christian University (TCU), FPL Group Inc. subsidiary FPL Energy LLC and Oxford University have formed a partnership and research initiative to better understand wind [read more]
Winds To Be Tested At Chrysler Property
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 19 2008
The winds in western Washtenaw County in Michigan will be tested for clean energy production over the next year, beginning with construction of a 26-story [read more]
EIP: CO2 Emissions From Power Plants Increase
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 19 2008
Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from U.S. power plants climbed 2.9% in 2007, the biggest single-year increase since 1998, according to new analysis by the nonprofit [read more]
Greenward Technologies Acquires Rights To Universal Wind Turbine Project
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 19 2008
Greenward Technologies Inc. has acquired the rights to the Universal Wind Turbine project, including all related patents pending, and has started design work on prototypes. [read more]
New Lawsuit Filed Against DOE For NIETC Designations
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 18 2008
A new lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit that claims the Department of Energy (DOE) violated the [read more]
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