2010 FEATURES AND REPORTS

This index lists feature stories, reports and news items that appeared in North American Windpower in 2010.

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COVER STORY

  • Safety Comes First When Working In Confined Spaces Author: Nora Caley January, p. 1
  • Wanted: Stability In Restructured Electricity Markets Author: Peter Toomey & Eric Thumma February, p. 1
  • Smoother Sailing For Project Finance Predicted This Year Author: Ed Feo March, p. 1
  • Wind Energy Under Fire Within ERCOT Author: Mark Del Franco April, p. 1
  • Post Cash Grants, Developers Mull Financing Options Author: Edward D. Einowski & David L. Benson May, p. 1
  • Cape Wind Ruling Clears The Way For Offshore Wind Author: Angela Beniwal & Mark Del Franco June, p. 1
  • Reversal Of Fortune For California RPS Fulfillment Author: Nora Caley July, p. 1
  • Do Asian Turbine Entrants Portend Market Shape-Up? Author: Mark Del Franco August, p. 1
  • Treasury Clarifies Cash-Grant Rules For Developers Author: John Marciano & John Modzelewski September, p. 1
  • Quebec’s Wind Energy Future Holds Promise Author: Lia Grainger October, p. 1
  • Underperformance Issues Deserve Fresh Examination Author: Gail Kalinoski November, p. 1
  • U.S. Market Factors Squeeze Turbine Vendors For 2011 Author: Mark Del Franco December, p. 1

INDUSTRY AT LARGE

  • Reactive Strategies Dominate 2010 Power-Portfolio Planning Author: Phil Hall January, p. 24
  • Could A Feed-In Tariff Flourish In The U.S? Author: Markian Melnyk January, p. 34
  • The Pros And Cons Of Leasing As A Financing Alternative Author: David G. Mayer & Toby Cozart January, p. 40
  • Proper Coupling Selection Increases Equipment Reliability Author: Bob Lennon & Gerhard Kirshey January, p. 48
  • A Double-Edged Sword: Examining Section 1603 Author: Phil Hall February, p. 18
  • Assessing The Impacts Of Siting In Sensitive Areas Author: J. Ryan Duddleson & Megan S. Lewis February, p. 44
  • Reliability A Kew Aspect Of Proposed R&D Funding Author: Phil Hall March, p. 36
  • Assessing The Impacts Of Siting In Heavily Wooded Areas Author: Oisin Brady & Jim Adams March, p. 54
  • Making Sense Of Development And NHPA Compliance Author: Jonathan Ryan April, p. 38
  • Wind Energy Awaits The Cap-And-Trade Outcome Author: Phil Hall April, p. 42
  • Siting Issues Go Beyond Wildlife Impacts Author: Nora Caley April, p. 54
  • Using The Marketplace To Resolve Impingement Author: Robert D. Castro April, p. 78
  • Partnership Earnings Protection Driven By ARRA Rules Author: Dennis Moritz & Rajiv Advani April, p. 82
  • Assessing The Viability Of Merchant Wind Power Author: Andy Redinger & Dan Brown May, p. 34
  • Texas-Sized Recruitment In The Lone Star State Author: Gail Kalinoski May, p. 42
  • Navigating The Details Behind Patent Law Author: Robert P. Lord, Timothy Smth & Aly Z. Drossa May, p. 88
  • FWS Turbine Guidelines Coming Into Full View Author: Phil Hall May , p. 98
  • Setback Rules Can Seriously Impact Wind Projects Author: Patrick Henn May, p. 104
  • Revenue-Sharing Can Help Secure Aboriginal Participation Author: Kristyn Annis, Sam Adkins & Tom Isaac May , p. 108
  • Making Wind Power Work: Utility Integration Concerns Author: Sandy Smith May, p. 112
  • Federal Transmission Policy Faces Several Roadblocks Author: Jeff Siegel May, p. 140
  • Siting Case In Kansas Could Set Legal Precedent Author: Kimberly Svaty May, p. 144
  • Lowering Wind Costs In Order To Be Competitive Author: David Koyle May, p. 186
  • Why A Strong RES Matters To The Wind Industry Author: Adam Umanoff & Thomas Byrne June, p. 66
  • Armed With Cash, China Shops In U.S. Wind Market Author: Jeff Siegel June, p. 80
  • Can The U.S. Reclaim Technology Dominance? Author: Angela Beniwal June, p. 84
  • Community Wind Gains Taction, Albeit Slowly Author: Phil Hall June, p. 90
  • Older Turbines Get New Lease On Life Author: Angela Beniwal July, p. 10
  • U.S. Patent Protection ON The Fast Track Author: Timothy Smith & Aly Dossa July, p. 38
  • How Purchase Decisions Affect The Utility-Scale Buy Chain Author: Loch Mccabe & Tim Kumbier August, p. 52
  • Effective Lobbying Means More Than Money Author: Phil Hall September, p. 34
  • Senate To Revisit Energy Bill In Fall Author: Mark Del Franco September, p. 56
  • Hornung Assesses The State Of The Canadian Wind Market Author: Mark Del Franco October, p. 22
  • Early Offshore Wind PPAs Have Influential Supporters Author: Mary Ann Christopher & Tom Mullooly October, p. 58
  • Severing Wind Rights Raises Legal Issues Author: Kathleen D. Kappla & Craig Trummel October, p. 66
  • Utilities Assess Buying Vs. Owning Wind Power Author: William Atkinson October, p. 86
  • Wind Developers Serach For Next-Generation Sites Author: Jeff Siegel October, p. 102
  • Community Wind Projects Still Have Financing Options Author: Chris Diaz November, p. 26
  • Unique Challenges Persist For U.S. Offshore Wind Author: Christopher Elkinton November, p. 56
  • Can My Midsize Project Get Financing? Author: David G. Mayer, Joel Bannister & Robert Gay December, p. 16
  • Manufacturing Keeps Pace With Resource Growth Author: Duane Sharp December, p. 54
  • The Three Ps Of Midwestern Transmission Planning Author: Beth Soholt December, p. 58

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

  • Texas PUC Must Revisit Selection Process Author: Mark Del Franco February, p. 3
  • Renewables Help New York’s Plight Author: Carol Murphy February, p. 4
  • Samsung Deal Brings Intent Of GEA Into Question Author: Mark Del Franco March, p. 4
  • GE Appeals Verdict, Files New Claim Author: Mark Del Franco March, p. 5
  • GE Fails To Stop Mistsubishi In Patent Dispute Author: Stanley B. Green May, p. 5
  • ERCOT Unveils New Forecasting Tool Author: Mark Del Franco May, p. 8
  • Federal Policy Push Dominates WINDPOWER 2010 Author: John Clapp & Laura DiMugno July, p. 6
  • Midwest ISO Stakeholders Briefed On FERC Refiling Author: Mark Del Franco August, p. 4
  • Rhode Island To Benefit From Offshore Poject Author: Angela Beniwal September, p. 4
  • Capx2020 Line Approved Author: Mark Del Franco September, p. 5
  • Xcel Readies Energy-Storage System Author: Angela Beniwal September, p. 6
  • Developer Anticipates Legal Fight In Wisconsin Author: Mark Del Franco October, p. 4
  • Nordex’s Plant To Open This Month Author: Mark Del Franco October, p. 5
  • LEEDCo Names Development Team Author: Mark Del Franco October, p. 5
  • WKN USA Expands Strategy Author: Mark Del Franco November, p. 5
  • Delay In Forst Wind’s IPO Does Not Come As A Surprise Author: Angela Beniwal December, p. 4
  • PCW Gets Into The Wind Business Author: Angela Beniwal December, p. 5
  • Policy Watch
  • Salazar Pays Visit To Cape Wind Author: Wendy Williams March, p. 24
  • Rep. Proposes New Cash-Grant Bill Author: Mark Del Franco April, p. 56
  • Small-Job Bill To Benefit Developers Author: Mark Del Franco November, p. 34
  • Baucus Focuses On Extendting Sec. 1603 Author: Mark Del Franco December, p. 20
  • Post-Election, Wind’s Landscape Changed Author: Chris Madison December, p. 22
  • Proposition 23 Defeated In Calif. Author: Angela Beniwal December, p. 64
  • Oversight Board Audits Cash Grants Author: Mark Del Franco December, p. 70

MARKETPLACE

  • Noble Wethersfield Joins Developer’s New York Family Author: Mark Del Franco January, p. 10
  • Missouri’s Native Son Building State’s Largest Wind Project Author: Mark Del Franco February, p. 10
  • Caribou Wind Park Built, Despite Tough Terrain Author: Angela Beniwal March, p. 16
  • Landowners Bring Huge Development To West Texas Author: Angela Beniwal April, p. 10
  • Digging Deep To Complete Horizon’s Blue Canyon V Author: Angela Beniwal May, p. 10
  • Titan Wind Farm Could Be King Some Day Author: Angela Beniwal June, p. 10
  • Enbridge, RES Canada Team Up On Talbot Project Author: Mark Del Franco July, p. 14
  • Have Power, Will Travel (All The Way To Los Angeles) Author: Mark Del Franco August, p. 10
  • High Lonesome Connects With The Community Author: Angela Beniwal September, p. 10
  • Invenergy Finds Quebec Conducive To Development Author: Phil Hall October, p. 10
  • Pattern Energy’s Hatchet Ridge Achieves Commercial Operation Author: Phil Hall November, p. 10
  • Wisconsin Utility Adds Iowa Wind Farm To The Mix Author: Mark Del Franco December, p. 12

PROJECT PROFILE

  • Noble Wethersfield Joins Developer’s New York Family Author: Mark Del Franco January, p. 10
  • Missouri’s Native Son Building State’s Largest Wind Project Author: Mark Del Franco February, p. 10
  • Caribou Wind Park Built, Despite Tough Terrain Author: Angela Beniwal March, p. 16
  • Landowners Bring Huge Development To West Texas Author: Angela Beniwal April, p. 10
  • Digging Deep To Complete Horizon’s Blue Canyon V Author: Angela Beniwal May, p. 10
  • Titan Wind Farm Could Be King Some Day Author: Angela Beniwal June, p. 10
  • Enbridge, RES Canada Team Up On Talbot Project Author: Mark Del Franco July, p. 14
  • Have Power, Will Travel (All The Way To Los Angeles) Author: Mark Del Franco August, p. 10
  • High Lonesome Connects With The Community Author: Angela Beniwal September, p. 10
  • Invenergy Finds Quebec Conducive To Development Author: Phil Hall October, p. 10
  • Pattern Energy’s Hatchet Ridge Achieves Commercial Operation Author: Phil Hall November, p. 10
  • Wisconsin Utility Adds Iowa Wind Farm To The Mix Author: Mark Del Franco December, p. 12

SPOTLIGHT

  • Usual Suspects Persist In New York Development Author: Mark Del Franco January, p. 14
  • Proposition C’s Outcome Will Affect Missouri’s Wind Future Author: Alan Claus Anderson & J. Britton Gibson February, p. 14
  • Eurus Wind Farm Propels Development In Mexico Author: Laura DiMugno February, p. 33
  • Getting Maritime Wind Projects Back On Track Author: Angela Beniwal March, p. 12
  • North Carolina Increases Wind Farm Efforts Author: Steve Wall March, p. 44
  • Oklahoma Staking Out Wind Power Development Author: Phil Hall May, p. 14
  • Resolve, Not Resource, Behind South Dakota’s Wind Problem Author: Phil Hall June, p. 14
  • Wind Generators Find Wyoming Laws Taxing Author: Nora Caley June, p. 94
  • Onotario’s Wind Power Sector Suffers Growing Pains Author: Phil Hall July, p. 42
  • Klickitat’s Wind Development Harvests Wide Economic Benefits Author: Gail Kalinoski August, p. 14
  • Repowering At Tehachapi Means Rebirth Is Under Way Author: Nikki Cummings August, p. 56
  • With Ample Resources, New Mexico Seeks Connection Author: Phil Hall September, p. 14
  • Coal-Dependent Nova Scotia Proposes Feed-In Tariff Author: Angela Beniwal October, p. 14
  • Navigating California’s Williamson Act Author: Mathew C. Nesburn & Brent Schoradt October, p. 34
  • Group Targets Global Warming Legislation In California Author: Angela Beniwal November, p. 14
  • Development Slows, But Iowa Still Benefits From The Wind Author: Angela Beniwal December, p. 24