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Content Category: New & Noteworthy
AMSC Expects Losses As Sinovel Refuses Shipments
by NAW Staff on Wednesday April 06 2011
American Superconductor Corp. (AMSC) has issued an update regarding its anticipated financial results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2010, which ended March [read more]
Bonus Depreciation Rules Increase Optimism For Wind Developers
by John Marciano on Tuesday April 05 2011
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a set of rules concerning the 100% depreciation bonus Congress passed at the end of 2010. [read more]
Dominion Virginia Power To Study Offshore Transmission Power Line
by NAW Staff on Friday April 01 2011
Dominion Virginia Power is initiating a study of what it would take to build a high-voltage underwater transmission line from Virginia Beach into the [read more]
Carbon Trust: Offshore Could Be Boon To U.K. Economy
by NAW Staff on Friday April 01 2011
New economic analysis released today by the Carbon Trust reveals that the global offshore wind sector is set to grow by up to 10% [read more]
Vestas Makes Big Splash With Its Upcoming 7 MW Offshore Wind Turbine
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday March 31 2011
If turbine manufacturer Vestas was hoping to make a big splash with its first turbine designed for the offshore wind market, then it [read more]
Vestas Launches 7 MW Offshore Wind Turbine
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 30 2011
Vestas has introduced a 7 MW wind turbine that is dedicated for offshore applications and designed for rough North Sea conditions, according to the [read more]
Global Clean Energy Investment Reached Record $243 Billion In 2010
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 30 2011
Global clean energy finance and investment grew significantly in 2010 to $243 billion, a 30% increase from the previous year. China, Germany, Italy and [read more]
Report: China Expected To Retain Its Market Position In The Future
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 30 2011
The market for wind energy has registered remarkable growth in the last few years and is expected to grow significantly in the wake of [read more]
REpower Sells Logistics Subsidiary WEL To Universal Windkraft Logistik
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 29 2011
REpower Systems AG is selling the major assets of its logistics subsidiary Windenergie Logistik GmbH (WEL) to Universal Windkraft Logistik GmbH (UWL). [read more]
Study: Wind, Waves Growing Across The Globe
by NAW Staff on Monday March 28 2011
Oceanic wind speeds and wave heights have increased significantly over the last quarter of a century, according to a new study undertaken by Australian [read more]
Department Of Interior Initiates Process For Bluewater Wind Offshore Lease
by NAW Staff on Friday March 25 2011
The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) is initiating the process to offer the first commercial wind lease under the Smart from the Start [read more]
Cape Wind, Hy-Line Cruises Announce Plans For Eco Tour, Visitor Center
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 22 2011
Hy-Line Cruises and Cape Wind have announced plans for a new Eco Tour and Visitor Center, which will allow residents and tourists to take [read more]
Study: Wind Could Provide 25% Of Oahu's Power
by NAW Staff on Friday March 18 2011
Hawaii's proposed 400 MW Interisland Wind project, which would bring wind power from Molokai and Lanai to Oahu, could reliably supply more than 25% [read more]
Professors Researching Wind Energy, Bird Migration
by NAW Staff on Friday March 18 2011
Todd Katzner, West Virginia University assistant professor in the division of forestry and natural resources department, and Phil Turk, assistant professor of statistics, are [read more]
Rotor Crashes At Iberdrola's Rugby Wind Farm In North Dakota
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday March 17 2011
NAW has learned that a rotor came crashing to the ground at the 149.1 MW Rugby Wind Power Project, located near Rugby, N.D. [read more]
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