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Texas Hardball: As Lone Star Legislators Engage In Stalemate, The Clock Is Ticking On S.B.931
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday April 30 2015
It has been two weeks since the Texas Senate voted to advance a crippling anti-wind bill that would repeal the state's renewable portfolio standard (RPS) [read more]
U.S. Wind Accelerates Record Growth In First Quarter
by NAW Staff on Thursday April 30 2015
Strong growth in the U.S. wind energy industry accelerated during the first quarter, with a near-record 13.6 GW of generating capacity under construction across 100 [read more]
ISO-NE Set For Peak Demand This Summer
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 29 2015
New England is expected to have enough electric generation and demand response resources available to serve forecasted peak demand this summer, according to ISO New [read more]
NOAA Enlists LIDAR Technology To Reduce Measurement Uncertainty
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 29 2015
Hinesburg, Vt.-based Renewable NRG Systems recently sold a pair of WINDCUBE 200S 3D Scanning Doppler LIDARs to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Renewable [read more]
TNT Scoops Up RMS, Solidifies Western Reach
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 29 2015
In a deal that broadens geographic capabilities, TNT Crane & Rigging has acquired rival crane and rigging services provider Rocky Mountain Structures (RMS). Terms of [read more]
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power Places Order With Vestas
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 29 2015
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power has ordered 39 Vestas V110-2.0 MW turbines for its Black Oak Getty wind farm, located in Stearns County, Minn. According [read more]
CanWEA: Wind Can Help With Solutions In Western Canada
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 29 2015
The wind industry can help Western Canada's provincial governments capitalize on the region's massive - but yet untapped - wind resources to reduce greenhouse-gas (GHG) [read more]
The Northern Long-Eared Bat: What A Threatened Listing Means For Wind Energy Projects
by Trevor Peterson & Terry VanDeWalle on Tuesday April 28 2015
Threatened species are those at risk of becoming endangered, and such a listing triggers a number of regulatory requirements to prevent further declines. The threatened [read more]
BNSF Logistics Acquires Vectora Transportation's Wind Assets
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 28 2015
BNSF Logistics, a transportation and logistics service provider, acquired the wind energy assets of Vectora Transportation, a Chicago-based third-party logistics provider specializing in bulk commodities [read more]
Deepwater Wind Kicks Off Block Island Construction
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 28 2015
Deepwater Wind kicked off the construction phase at the 30 MW Block Island Wind Farm, located in state waters three miles off the coast of [read more]
DOE To Consider Dominion's Request For Extension During Down-Select Project Review
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday April 28 2015
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) says it will consider Dominion Virginia Power's request for an extension during its annual project assessment later this summer, [read more]
Gamesa Named Turbine Supplier For Six India Wind Projects
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 28 2015
Turbine manufacturer Gamesa was named turbine supplier for six India wind farms totaling 194 MW. Two of the contracts call for Gamesa to build and [read more]
Interstate Power And Light Issues 200 MW Wind RFP
by NAW Staff on Tuesday April 28 2015
Interstate Power and Light has issued a request for proposals (RFP) seeking up to 200 MW of wind energy, located in Iowa. The utility is [read more]
Geronimo Sells Black Oak Getty Wind Farm To Sempra U.S. Gas & Power
by NAW Staff on Monday April 27 2015
Geronimo Energy LLC has sold its 78 MW Black Oak Getty wind project to Sempra U.S. Gas & Power. Geronimo has been retained to assist [read more]
California Tribe Installs First Renewable Hybrid Microgrid
by NAW Staff on Monday April 27 2015
The Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria will install the first California tribal renewable microgrid system in Loleta, Calif., this summer. The 30 kW [read more]
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