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ISO-NE Completes Forward Capacity Market Auction
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 21 2008
ISO New England, a bulk power system and wholesale electricity market operator, has completed New England's first forward capacity market (FCM) auction, securing a blend [read more]
SPP Approves New Rate Structure
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 21 2008
By the action of its Regional State Committee, Southwest Power Pool Inc. (SPP), the organization overseeing regional transmission planning in several states including Kansas, has [read more]
WREGIS Issues Certificates
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 20 2008
The Western Renewable Energy Generation Information System (WREGIS) has begun using Santa Clara, Calif.-based APX Inc.'s environmental market system to issue, monitor and track renewable [read more]
CRS Offering Offset Product Certification For Consumers
by NAW Staff on Friday February 15 2008
The Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) has announced a launch event on Feb. 26 for Green-e Climate, the nation's only independent certification program for greenhouse [read more]
Economists Predict $1 Trillion U.S. Carbon Trading Market By 2020
by NAW Staff on Friday February 15 2008
In an analysis of bills before the U.S. Congress, New Carbon Finance research economists based in New York, Washington, D.C. and London predict that in [read more]
FERC Approves Minnesota Power Wholesale Rate Increase
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 12 2008
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved an electrical rate increase for Minnesota Power's wholesale customers. Effective March 1, the rate increase applies to [read more]
Law Firm Launches Climate-Change Practice
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 12 2008
New York-based law firm Chadbourne & Parke LLP has formed a climate-change practice to help clients with the legal and economic impacts of global warming. [read more]
Senators Block Stimulus Package With PTC Extension
by Jeff Siegel on Thursday February 07 2008
There was good news. Wind industry leaders saw a chance to get a production tax credit (PTC) extension through the U.S. Congress by adding it [read more]
REpower, Suzlon Create Renewable Energy Technology Centre
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 07 2008
REpower Systems AG, a German manufacturer of wind turbines, and SE Drive Technik GmbH, a subsidiary of REpower's major shareholder Suzlon Energy Ltd., have created [read more]
Study: Delay In Extending Renewable Energy Incentives Puts Jobs At Risk
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 06 2008
A new economic study by Navigant Consulting finds that over 116,000 U.S. jobs and nearly $19 billion in U.S. investment could be lost in just [read more]
Commission Says Idaho Power Deposits Do Not Violate Tariff
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 06 2008
The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has ruled that a wind developer is required to pay deposits to Idaho Power Co. if it wants its five [read more]
NREL, 3TIER Join To Conduct Wind Integration Study
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 06 2008
3TIER, an independent provider of wind, solar and hydro energy assessment and power forecasting, was chosen by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to conduct [read more]
Montana Alberta Tie Receives Final Canadian Approval
by NAW Staff on Monday February 04 2008
Montana Alberta Tie Ltd. (MATL) has received final Canadian approval to build and operate a 346 kilometer, 230 kV alternating current power line from Lethbridge, [read more]
Corporations Surpass EPA Green Power Goals
by NAW Staff on Monday February 04 2008
In response to the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) nationwide challenge issued at the end of 2006, 53 Fortune 500 companies now collectively purchase more than [read more]
CanWEA: Canada Expects Record Year In 2008
by NAW Staff on Friday February 01 2008
As another global record was set in 2007 with the installation of 20,000 MW of wind power, Canada's total installed capacity grew to 1,846 MW [read more]
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