Content Category: New & Noteworthy
North Dakota PSC Approves Transfer Of Courtenay Wind Farm
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 25 2015
The North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) approved the transfer of Geronimo Energy's Courtenay Wind Farm to Xcel Energy. Xcel Energy, which was to buy [read more]
Drone Services Provider Offers Turbine Inspection And Repair Services
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 25 2015
Ventus, a Dallas-headquartered provider of drone inspection services, has entered into a joint wind turbine blade repair program with Renewables Civil & Maintenance (RCM), based [read more]
Iowa Utilities Board Approves MidAmerican Energy's Wind X Project
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 25 2015
The Iowa Utilities Board (IUB) has approved a settlement regarding MidAmerican Energy's proposed Wind X Iowa electric generation project of up to 552 MW. According [read more]
Replenishing The Pipeline: EDF Renewable Energy Scoops Up Wind Developer OwnEnergy
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday August 25 2015
EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) has acquired Brooklyn, N.Y.-based OwnEnergy, a national developer of midsize wind projects. The transaction includes 100% of OwnEnergy's assets, including [read more]
First Cross-Border Wind Farm Officially Opened
by NAW Staff on Friday August 21 2015
The first U.S.-Mexico cross-border wind farm was recently inaugurated in Tecate, Baja California. The $300 million Energia Sierra Juarez 1, a 155.1 MW wind farm, [read more]
Suzlon Hosts Wind Industry Safety And Training Jamboree
by NAW Staff on Friday August 21 2015
Wind industry professionals were joined by government agency experts at Suzlon's Elgin, Ill.-based training facility for a battery of drills designed to promote safety. According [read more]
NREL: IT Industry's Renewable Energy Procurement Will Continue To Grow
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 20 2015
The percentage of renewable electricity purchased by U.S. companies in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector is growing and will likely increase significantly by [read more]
Deepwater Wind: Latest Complaint Is 'Baseless'
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 20 2015
Opponents of the 30 MW Block Island Wind Farm have filed a case in federal court seeking to overturn Deepwater Wind's power contract with utility [read more]
Why The EPA's Clean Power Plan Resonates In Canada
by Jean-Francois Nolet on Thursday August 20 2015
On Aug. 3, President Obama and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the final version of the Clean Power Plan (CPP), aimed at reducing [read more]
Mo. PSC Rejects Clean Line Appeal For Grain Belt Express
by NAW Staff on Thursday August 20 2015
In a 3-1 vote, the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) denied a rehearing to re-examine Clean Line Energy Partners' Grain Belt Express, a proposed 750-mile [read more]
Vestas Posts Quarterly Revenue, Earnings Gains
by NAW Staff on Wednesday August 19 2015
Turbine maker Vestas posted revenue and earning increases for the quarter ended June 30. According to Vestas, revenue increased 30% to EUR 1.749 billion compared [read more]
Ontario ERT Clears Way For Two Capstone Infrastructure Wind Projects
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
The Ontario Environmental Review Tribunal (ERT) dismissed a pair of appeals that could have threatened two provincial wind farms being planned by Capstone Infrastructure Corp. [read more]
Fishermen's Energy Demonstrates Offshore Wind Foundation Access Ladder
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
Fishermen's Energy has built a full-scale mock-up of a new type of access ladder that it hopes will increase safety and provide greater access to [read more]
Federal District Court Strikes Down 30-Year Incidental Take Permits For Wind Developers
by NAW Staff on Tuesday August 18 2015
On Aug. 11, the U.S. District Court for Northern California ruled that the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) violated federal laws when it created [read more]
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]
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