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Amanda Fava
Editorial Assistant at Zackin Publications
Amanda Fava is editorial assistant here at Zackin Publications. A graduate from Quinnipiac University with a BA in English, she spearheads proofreading in the editorial department for all print and online publications and ensures timely set-up and delivery of company newsletters. In addition, she carries out ancillary tasks as needed, which include news searching, copy-editing and posting to the company's sites, as well as handles social media for the company's wind power magazine.

Nordex Breaks 2 GW Threshold In U.K., Ireland

Posted by Amanda Fava on September 14, 2017

Turbine maker Nordex says it has reached 2 GW in installed capacity in the U.K. and Ireland wind markets. Breaking it down by country, Nordex says it has built 1.5 GW in the U.K. and nearly 600 MW in Ireland. [Read More]

Keep Calm And Carry On: HUSUM Wind Reopens After Cyclone Sebastian Scare

Posted by Amanda Fava on September 14, 2017

In a bit of irony, strong winds caused the temporary evacuation at the HUSUM Wind 2017 Conference & Exhibition on Sept. 13. Nonetheless, the exhibition halls reopened on Sept. 14 after conference organizers met with local police and fire officials. [Read More]

ABO Wind Names Siemens Gamesa Preferred Supplier

Posted by Amanda Fava on September 14, 2017

German wind developer ABO Wind has tapped Siemens Gamesa as the preferred supplier for seven projected onshore wind power plants to be constructed over the next two years. According to ABO, the plan is to use up to 31 Siemens [Read More]

Kimberly-Clark Commits To Wind In Sustainability Push

Posted by Amanda Fava on September 14, 2017

Kimberly-Clark Corp., the maker of Kleenex, Huggies and Depend, says it will purchase 245 MW of output from two new wind power projects located in Texas and Oklahoma. The company says that the renewable energy supplied by the wind farms [Read More]

RES Begins Construction Of EDP Renewables’ Hog Creek Wind Project

Posted by Amanda Fava on September 14, 2017

Renewable Energy Systems (RES) reports that construction has begun on the 66 MW Hog Creek Wind Project, located in Hardin County, Ohio. The project, owned by EDP Renewables (EDPR), is on schedule to be operational before the end of 2017. [Read More]

Wind Energy Fully Powers Third SC Johnson Site

Posted by Amanda Fava on May 31, 2017

Furthering the company’s commitment to reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, SC Johnson, a manufacturer of household cleaning products, says its manufacturing site in Bay City, Mich., has begun operating on 100% wind energy, joining two other company-owned sites also powered by wind. [Read More]

GE Chosen To Provide Cybersecurity For Invenergy Fleet

Posted by Amanda Fava on May 24, 2017

GE Renewable Energy says it has inked a cybersecurity agreement with clean energy provider Invenergy not only to secure Invenergy’s wind turbine fleet, but also to secure a framework to add more turbines to its network in the future. According [Read More]

New Hampshire Town Makes 100% Renewables Pledge

Posted by Amanda Fava on May 11, 2017

The Town of Hanover, N.H., has voted to establish a goal of transitioning to 100% clean and renewable energy by 2050. The article approved at Tuesday’s town meeting sets a community-wide goal of transitioning to 100% renewable electricity by 2030 [Read More]

Nordex: First-Quarter Results ‘In Line’ With Expectations

Posted by Amanda Fava on May 11, 2017

The Nordex Group has reported sales and earnings that were in line with guidance during the first quarter ended March 31. Nordex reported a modest 2% sales increase to EUR 648.4 million compared with EUR 637 million in the first quarter [Read More]

Gamesa – Pre-Siemens – Posts Strong Sales, Earnings 

Posted by Amanda Fava on May 11, 2017

Gamesa registered strong revenue and profitability in the January-March period, shortly before the April 3 merger with Siemens Wind Power, the turbine maker reports. In the first quarter ended March 31, Gamesa’s net profit grew 39% more than in the year-ago [Read More]