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Study: Minnesota Can Create Thousands Of New "Green Collar" Jobs
by NAW Staff on Thursday November 29 2007
Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak and St. Paul mayor Chris Coleman have joined the Blue Green Alliance, a partnership of the Sierra Club and United Steelworkers; [read more]
Evaluation Of Bluewater Wind Finds Cost Impact To Customers
by NAW Staff on Wednesday November 28 2007
Newark, Del.-based Delmarva Power recently filed an independent analysis of the proposed 450 MW Bluewater Wind offshore wind farm with the Delaware Public Service Commission. [read more]
Google's New Initiative Will Focus on Wind, Solar Power
by NAW Staff on Wednesday November 28 2007
Mountain View, Calif.-based Google has announced a new strategic initiative to develop electricity from renewable energy sources. The newly created initiative, known as RE<C, will [read more]
Saugeen Ojibway And Enbridge Wind Power Sign Agreement
by NAW Staff on Tuesday November 27 2007
The Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) and Enbridge Ontario Wind Power have signed an agreement on heritage and environmental issues regarding Enbridge's 181.5 MW wind farm [read more]
Cape Wind Files Petition With Siting Board
by NAW Staff on Monday November 26 2007
Cape Wind has filed an initial petition with the Massachusetts Energy Facilities Siting Board for a certificate of environmental impact and public interest. The move [read more]
Report: Global Wind Power Base Expected To Triple By 2015
by NAW Staff on Wednesday November 21 2007
Global wind plants are set to more than triple by 2015, with cumulative installed bases expected to rise from approximately 91 GW by the end [read more]
Ground Breaking Held For New South Dakota Plant
by NAW Staff on Tuesday November 20 2007
Ashtabula, Ohio-based Molded Fiber Glass Cos. (MFG), a manufacturer of composite parts for various industries, held a ground breaking ceremony for a new plant in [read more]
NEB Report Looks At Energy Supply And Demand
by NAW Staff on Monday November 19 2007
Canadians will have choices to make concerning how they use energy but energy supply is not in question, says the latest report from the National [read more]
Hawaiian Electric Offers Wind Data To Renewable Developers
by NAW Staff on Friday November 16 2007
Hawaiian Electric Co. is making available, free of charge to any interested wind energy developer, data collected about wind conditions and bird activities in the [read more]
FERC Approves Transmission Investment Incentives
by NAW Staff on Friday November 16 2007
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved requests for transmission investment incentives for new grid construction. The requests came from Southern California Edison (SCE) [read more]
Landowner Joins Advisory Board Of High Country Energy
by NAW Staff on Thursday November 15 2007
High Country Energy, a community-based energy development (C-BED) organization, has announced that Minnesota landowner and farmer Dana Christie will join the company's advisory board for [read more]
Businesses, Organizations Urge Congress To Support Renewable Energy Tax Incentive
by NAW Staff on Wednesday November 14 2007
Due to reports that congressional leaders are contemplating dropping core provisions from national energy legislation under consideration, 100 businesses and organizations have delivered a letter [read more]
Sunflower Permit Denial Could Affect Kansas Wind Power
by NAW Staff on Wednesday November 14 2007
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment's (KDHE) recent denial of a final construction permit for Sunflower Electric Power Corp.'s Holcomb Expansion diminishes the ability [read more]
Constellation NewEnergy To Secure Wind Power For Stadium
by NAW Staff on Tuesday November 13 2007
Constellation NewEnergy has announced that it will secure renewable energy credits to match Gillette Stadium's electricity usage with wind power before, during and after all [read more]
Canada Invests In Prince Wind Farm
by NAW Staff on Friday November 09 2007
Canada's Minister of Health Tony Clement has announced more than C$53 million in funding, over ten years, for the Prince Wind Energy Project, Canada's largest [read more]
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