Flash Technology Enhances Remote-Monitoring Solutions For Obstruction Lighting

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NAW Staff on Apr 29, 2016

Franklin, Tenn.-based Flash Technology has enhanced its remote-monitoring solutions for the Vanguard SMART series and FTM 190 monitoring devices. Flash Technology designs, manufactures and installs Federal Aviation Administration-certified obstruction lighting systems, tower lights and monitoring equipment for industries such as [Read More]

MHI Maintains 50% Stake In Offshore Wind Power Joint Venture Company

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NAW Staff on Apr 28, 2016

Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) has decided to maintain 50% ownership of offshore wind power joint venture company MHI Vestas Offshore Wind A/S (MVOW). According to MHI, the company had previously announced a call option on Sept. 27, 2013, [Read More]

Northern Power Rolls Out Energy Storage System

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NAW Staff on Apr 26, 2016

Northern Power Systems Corp. has released the Northern Power Energy Storage Solution (ESS) – an integrated energy storage system that aids in renewable energy grid integration and optimization. The product, which features the proprietary FP2000 FlexPhase power conversion system, offers [Read More]

Moventas’ Huddersfield Facility Is Set For Major Upgrades

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NAW Staff on Apr 26, 2016

This summer, gearbox specialist Moventas will debut upgrades to its OEM quality facility in Huddersfield, England, including a 3.6 MW full-load test rig for the after-sales service needs of multiple OEM brands. Moventas says it is the first gearbox service [Read More]

AWS Truepower Rolls Out Wind Developer Suite

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NAW Staff on Apr 11, 2016

AWS Truepower, a provider of clean energy consulting, software and engineering services, has created a new product offering called the wind developer suite. According to the company, the suite includes software subscriptions Windnavigator, Windographer and Openwind, as well as 12 [Read More]

RWE Launching Subsidiary Focused On ‘Renewables, Grids & Retail’

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NAW Staff on Apr 04, 2016

RWE is launching a new subsidiary, temporarily named RWE International SE, which will be focused on renewables, grids and retail in both German and global markets. When the company begins operations, the employees of RWE Innogy, RWE Deutschland, RWE Effizienz, [Read More]

Senvion Sets New IPO Price Of EUR 15.75 Per Share

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NAW Staff on Mar 24, 2016

The current owners of Senvion SA, Centerbridge and Arpwood, have set the final offer price for Senvion shares at EUR 15.75 per share. The Senvion shares will be traded on the regulated market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the [Read More]

Australia Commissions $3.3M Study On Health Effects Of Wind Farms

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NAW Staff on Mar 23, 2016

The Australian government’s National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has awarded two grants totaling $3.3 million in an effort to better study the effects of wind farms on human health. The NHMRC will fund research at Flinders University of [Read More]

Senvion’s Private Placement, Listing Of Shares Are Back On

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NAW Staff on Mar 21, 2016

Against the background of numerous investor inquiries, Senvion SA and its shareholders, Centerbridge and Arpwood, have decided to re-launch a private placement and listing of shares on revised terms: The placement price is now in the range of EUR 15.50 [Read More]

Gamesa To Provide Practical Training For University Students

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NAW Staff on Mar 18, 2016

Gamesa has signed an agreement with Tecnun, the school of engineering at Navarra University – located in San Sebastián, Spain – to boost engineering training for students. Under the agreement, Tecnun students will receive practical training from Gamesa professionals. More [Read More]