Content Category: New & Noteworthy
AWEA Dives Deep Into Data To Reveal U.S. Wind Tops China In Key Metric
on Tuesday November 11 2014 by NAW Staff
The U.S. has more wind energy powering its grid than any other country in the world, including China, according to a recent analysis by wind [read more]
Quebec To Begin Talks Surrounding New Energy Plan
on Tuesday November 11 2014 by NAW Staff
For the better part of 2014, the Canadian wind industry has urged Quebec government officials to begin planning its new energy policy. Well, according to [read more]
Canadian Govt. Study Finds No Link Between Wind Turbine Noise And Health Problems
on Friday November 07 2014 by NAW Staff
The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) has welcomed new research by federal department Health Canada that concludes there is no evidence of a causal relationship [read more]
Quebec's 450 MW Request For Wind Power Attracts 6.6 GW Of Bids
on Friday November 07 2014 by NAW Staff
Hydro-Quebec Distribution has announced it received bids totaling 6,627.5 MW for its 450 MW request for proposals (RFP) for Quebec wind energy. The government-owned utility [read more]
Siemens Takes Big Loss Due To Wind Turbine Issues
on Friday November 07 2014 by NAW Staff
Although the Germany-based conglomerate Siemens AG racked up some solid earnings overall in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2014 (Q4'14), its wind power division [read more]
Fraser Institute Report Attacking Ontario Wind 'Misses The Mark,' Says CanWEA
on Thursday November 06 2014 by NAW Staff
A new Fraser Institute study misrepresents the impact of wind energy on the electricity bills paid by Ontario consumers, according to an analysis by Power [read more]
OPA Reveals Developers Qualified To Bid In Renewables RFP
on Thursday November 06 2014 by NAW Staff
The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) has qualified companies, including about 20 wind developers, to bid in an upcoming call for 565 MW of new renewables [read more]
GE Blade Crashes At Mehoopany Wind Farm In Pennsylvania
on Thursday November 06 2014 by Mark Del Franco
A blade attached to a GE 1.6 MW wind turbine crashed to the ground during the early morning hours of Nov. 2 at the 141 [read more]
French Government Officially Signs Off On GE-Alstom Deal
on Wednesday November 05 2014 by NAW Staff
U.S.-based General Electric's massive deal to buy the energy assets of France-based conglomerate Alstom has moved several steps forward, as the French government and other [read more]
Quebec's Wind Energy Forecast: Cloudy With An Increased Chance For Pessimism
on Tuesday November 04 2014 by Mark Del Franco
Quebec wind advocates were relieved when the government finally released a request for proposals (RFP) calling for 450 MW of installed capacity. The RFP calls [read more]
Wind And Solar Helped California Grid During Challenging Summer
on Tuesday October 28 2014 by NAW Staff
Wind and solar power helped the California grid maintain reliability during a challenging summer this year. According to the California Independent System Operator (ISO), grid [read more]
U.S. Renewables Continue To Outpace Coal, Oil And Nuclear
on Monday October 27 2014 by NAW Staff
Renewable energy sources accounted for more than two-fifths (40.61%) of all new U.S. electrical generating capacity put in service during the first three quarters of [read more]
Hannon Armstrong Acquires Wind Portfolio In Partnership 'Flip' Transaction
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital Inc. has agreed to acquire a portfolio of 10 operating wind projects from an affiliate of JPMorgan Chase & Co. [read more]
GE To Close Tehachapi Manufacturing Plant; Related Work Will Transition To Pensacola, Fla.
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
GE Energy will close a Tehachapi, Calif.-based regional manufacturing facility that produces machine heads and hubs for wind turbines. Through November, GE will transition all [read more]
ICC Approves Key Illinois Transmission Line
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
Commonwealth Edison's (ComEd) Grand Prairie Gateway Project, a transmission line that is expected to remove wind energy bottlenecks in Illinois, has received approval by the [read more]
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