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Siemens Wastes Little Time In Cuxhaven Dedication
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
Eight days after announcing its intent to open a new production and test facility, Siemens officials and local dignitaries gathered in Cuxhaven, Germany, for a [read more]
Bigger Still: SunEdison, Goldman Sachs Affiliate In $1 Billion Deal
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
The world's largest renewable energy developer is about to get bigger. That's because SunEdison is getting $1 billion in cash and loans to build and [read more]
On The Rebound: Merchant Wind Projects Becoming Popular Alternative For U.S. Off-Take Agreements
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
Long-term contracted sales to utilities remained the most common off-take arrangement, but merchant projects continued to expand, at least in Texas. According to the U.S. [read more]
Wind Farms Planned For Mexico Get The Green Light
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
A pair of wind farms planned for Mexico got the go-ahead from the country's environment ministry. According to the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources, [read more]
Vestas Appoints New President For Central Europe Unit
by NAW Staff on Friday August 14 2015
Turbine maker Vestas has tapped Ericsson executive Nils de Baar to be group senior vice president and president of Vestas Central Europe beginning Sept. 1. [read more]
DOE Report: Use Of Large-Scale Turbines In Distributed Wind Lifts Overall Market
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2015
Installations of large-scale turbines (greater than 1 MW) grew almost threefold to 57.5 MW in 2014 from 20.4 MW in 2013, according to the [read more]
Apex Clean Energy Scores $30 Million In Financing
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2015
Charlottesville, Va.-based Apex Clean Energy has secured $30 million in follow-on financing from Prudential Capital Group. The proceeds of this financing will be utilized to [read more]
Records Continue To Fall At ERCOT
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2015
For the third time in less than a week, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) system set an all-time record on Aug. 10 for [read more]
Ventus Wind, Texas Aerial Solutions Form Global Drone Inspections Company
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2015
Ventus Wind has merged with Texas Aerial Solutions - a supplier of drone video and inspection services for the oil and gas, land development, and [read more]
Report: GE Books Its Largest-Ever Latin American Contract
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2015
According to Bloomberg, GE has booked a contract with renewable energy developer Casa dos Ventos Energias Renovaveis SA to supply turbines to a 360 MW [read more]
150 MW Of Wind And Solar Being Added In Egypt Through FIT
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 13 2015
Under the feed-in tariff (FIT) program in the Arab Republic of Egypt, Al Jeel Al Hader Trading Co. (dba Desert Technologies) and Enerray SpA, a [read more]
ERCOT General Counsel Bill Magness Chosen To Succeed Doggett As Top Executive
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 12 2015
The Board of Directors for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) selected Bill Magness to become its next president and CEO. Magness, ERCOT's general [read more]
Boralex Completes Financing For Community Wind Farm
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 12 2015
Boralex has closed project financing totaling C$64.4 million for the 23.5 MW Cote-de-Beaupre community wind farm in Quebec. According to the developer, the financing consisted [read more]
Vestas Gets U.S. Order From Undisclosed Customer
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 12 2015
Vestas has received a 100 MW order for a U.S. wind farm calling for 50 of its V110-2.0 MW turbines. The contract includes supply and [read more]
First U.S. Offshore Wind Workboat Build Under Construction
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 12 2015
It stands to reason that the first U.S. offshore wind farm would need a boat to transfer technicians to and from the project. And the [read more]
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