FYI – Page 410

GE Energy To Expand Wind Group In NY

Posted by NAW Staff on July 27, 2007

GE Energy plans to expand its renewables global headquarters in Schenectady, N.Y., with the opening of a new wind product management and customer support center. The new center will create approximately 150 professional jobs by the end of this year, [Read More]

3TIER, Entegrity Offer Firstlook To Schools, Communities

Posted by NAW Staff on July 26, 2007

Seattle-based 3TIER Inc. and Boulder, Colo.-based Entegrity Wind Systems have formed a partnership that will bring 3TIER's Firstlook Wind Assessments to public schools and communities. ‘These organizations have historically not been able to easily validate or finance their wind projects,’ [Read More]

Card Publisher Announces RE Commitment

Posted by NAW Staff on July 26, 2007

Greeting card publishing company The Gallery Collection has announced its 2007 commitment to wind energy. Located in Ridgefield Park, N.J., The Gallery Collection uses card and envelope stock manufactured in wind-powered paper mills. The Gallery Collection's commitment to wind power [Read More]

Yahoo! Doubles RE Commitment With SVP

Posted by NAW Staff on July 26, 2007

Yahoo! Inc. has doubled its commitment to clean energy through Santa Clara Green Power, a 100% renewable energy program sponsored by Silicon Valley Power (SVP). The Santa Clara, Calif.-based municipal electric utility will purchase renewable energy credits on behalf of [Read More]

Energy Recruiters Expands Into RE Sector

Posted by NAW Staff on July 26, 2007

Bonita Springs, Fla.-headquartered Energy Recruiters Inc., an executive search consulting firm, has expanded its operations to include renewable energy recruitment. In addition, Dawn Dzurilla has joined the firm's Bonita Springs office and will help the company deliver executive search and [Read More]

GE Offers Carbon-Reduction Credit Card

Posted by NAW Staff on July 25, 2007

Fairfield, Conn.-headquartered General Electric Co. (GE) has introduced the GE Money Earth Rewards Platinum MasterCard, the first U.S. credit card designed to reduce cardholders' carbon emissions through greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions offsets. The credit card allows users to reduce their [Read More]

NSTAR Launches Wind Power Program

Posted by NAW Staff on July 25, 2007

NSTAR Electric Co., a Westwood, Mass.-based utility, has announced a new program titled NSTAR Green, which, if approved by the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU), will allow customers to purchase half or all of their electric supply directly from [Read More]

CRS Releases Draft Green-e GHG Protocol

Posted by NAW Staff on July 24, 2007

The Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) has released the Draft Green-e Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol for Renewable Energy and now seeks stakeholder comments. This document establishes the eligibility requirements for Green-e certification of GHG emission reductions from renewable energy, the [Read More]

Listing Date Set For Wind Power Futures

Posted by NAW Staff on July 23, 2007

U.S. Futures Exchange (USFE) will begin listing Wind Power futures – its first renewable energy contracts – on Aug. 24. Seven contracts derived from NORDIX Financial Wind Indexes will trade with monthly expiries, and the futures will be valued at [Read More]