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Study: Renewables Can Meet Utah's Future Energy Needs Reliably, Economically
by NAW Staff on Monday December 20 2010
Solar and wind energy can be the mainstays of Utah's electricity system, according to a new study released by the Healthy Environment Alliance [read more]
Businesses Urge Congress To Support The Environmental Protection Agency, Clean Air Act
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 16 2010
Over 60,000 firms represented by 14 business organizations have asked Congress to keep the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Clean Air Act strong. [read more]
California Business Owners, Entrepreneurs Urge ARB To Adopt Strong Emissions-Trading Program
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 16 2010
More than 125 small and mainstream businesses, cleantech companies and business associations have issued a letter urging the California Air Resources Board (ARB) [read more]
Danish Fiberglass Company To Locate Facility In Missouri
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 15 2010
The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) has announced that Denmark-based Vest-Fiber, a supplier of fiberglass products and services primarily to the wind [read more]
U.N. Climate Change Conference Ends With Agreements
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 14 2010
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, ended with the adoption of a package of decisions, called the Cancun Agreements, that [read more]
Report: Global Clean Power Sector Could Attract $2.3 Trillion By 2020
by NAW Staff on Friday December 10 2010
Private investments in G-20 clean power projects could total $2.3 trillion by the end of the decade, according to a report released by The [read more]
Parties Begin Taking Action In Ontario-Samsung Deal That Would Put 2,500 MW Of Energy Onto The Grid
by Angela Beniwal on Thursday December 09 2010
When Samsung announced in January that it and a consortium had secured a C$7 billion deal with the Ontario government, which included building [read more]
Wind Power Industry Calls For Urgent Progress In Cancun Climate Talks
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 09 2010
Wind power can and must make a significant contribution to saving the climate, according to a declaration issued by international wind industry representatives [read more]
Report: Offshore Wind Energy Leads To Job Creation And Economic Benefits For Ontario
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 09 2010
The development and operation of offshore wind energy in Ontario could, between 2013 and 2026, create an average of 3,900 to 4,400 jobs per [read more]
Study: EPA Regulations May Result In Over 50,000 MW Of Coal Plant Retirements
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 09 2010
A new study by The Brattle Group finds that emerging U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations on air quality and water for coal-fired [read more]
Deepwater Significantly Expands R.I. Project, Plans Regional Transmission Network
by NAW Staff on Wednesday December 08 2010
Providence, R.I.-based developer Deepwater Wind says it will build a 1,000 MW offshore wind project off the coast of Rhode Island that will serve multiple [read more]
NextEra To Replace Thousands Of Altamont Pass Wind Turbines
by NAW Staff on Tuesday December 07 2010
California Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced an agreement to upgrade the quarter-century-old wind turbines in Altamont Pass to make them more [read more]
As Culver Exits Iowa Statehouse, He Will Keep Fighting For Wind
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday December 07 2010
Since his election in 2006, Gov. Chet Culver, D-Iowa, has been a key advocate for wind energy on the state and national scene. However, in [read more]
Mitsubishi Power Systems To Invest In Offshore Wind R&D Center
by NAW Staff on Monday December 06 2010
Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe Ltd. (MPSE) plans to invest up to 100 million pounds sterling for the creation of the Centre for Advanced [read more]
National Wildlife Federation Report Tallies Up To 6 GW Of Atlantic Offshore Wind Projects
by NAW Staff on Thursday December 02 2010
States and offshore wind developers are making significant progress in advancing offshore projects along the Atlantic coast, according to a new report issued by the [read more]
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