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DOI, DOE Announce Major Investment For Offshore Wind Energy
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday February 08 2011
The federal government will offer $50.5 million in funding for research and development for offshore wind development over the next five years and [read more]
Idaho PUC Adjusts Size Cap For Wind Projects
by NAW Staff on Tuesday February 08 2011
The Idaho Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has adjusted the size cap for wind and solar projects in the state. Projects can be no larger [read more]
Survey Shows Consumers Have Favorable View Of RE
by NAW Staff on Monday February 07 2011
Consumer support for renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, is high, according to a new survey from Pike Research. In a survey [read more]
Boulder Wind Power Closes Financing
by NAW Staff on Thursday February 03 2011
Boulder Wind Power has raised $8 million in Series A preferred stock financing. New Enterprise Associates (NEA) led the round with participation from James [read more]
BOEMRE's Bromwich Says 'Offshore Wind Is Still A Top Priority'
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday February 03 2011
Michael Bromwich, director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE), reiterated the federal agency's commitment to offshore wind power [read more]
Study: EU Power Market Does Not Support Connecting Additional RE Power
by NAW Staff on Wednesday February 02 2011
A new study led by the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) shows that the current European Union (EU) power market design does not effectively support European [read more]
Broadwind Hopes Obama Visit Can Spread Manufacturing Message
by Mark Del Franco on Tuesday February 01 2011
Naperville, Ill.-based manufacturer Broadwind Energy plans to use a recent visit by President Obama as a way to springboard the company's fortunes. During [read more]
DOI Establishing Separate Entities To Carry Out MMS Functions
by NAW Staff on Monday January 31 2011
Pursuant to the May 2010 Secretarial Order, the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) is establishing three separate and independent entities to carry out [read more]
Offshore Wind Installations Grow In EU While Onshore Projects Decline
by NAW Staff on Monday January 31 2011
The European Union (EU) installed 9.3 GW of new wind power capacity in 2010, reaching a total of 84 GW by the end of [read more]
Pattern Energy Establishes Wind Project Operations Control Center
by NAW Staff on Monday January 31 2011
Pattern Energy Group LP has established a new 24/7 Operations Control Center in Houston. The new facility was developed to actively monitor, coordinate and [read more]
Johns Hopkins Study Examines Proper Wind Turbine Spacing
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday January 27 2011
Researchers studying the wake effects on wind turbines at Johns Hopkins University have recently discovered that the output from wind turbines could be [read more]
Brattle Group Releases Wind Balancing Study
by NAW Staff on Thursday January 27 2011
The Brattle Group estimates that approximately 1,000 MW of additional generator regulation service will be needed to balance an extra 50,000 MW of wind [read more]
IWEA Invites Wind Developers In Wisconsin To Focus Efforts On Illinois
by NAW Staff on Wednesday January 26 2011
The Illinois Wind Energy Association (IWEA) has invited wind power developers working in Wisconsin to focus their efforts on Illinois, where Gov. Pat Quinn, [read more]
New Transportation Fees Could Hinder Oklahoma's Wind Aspirations
by Angela Beniwal on Tuesday January 25 2011
Oklahoma's prime location in the middle of the country and its own wind resources make it an attractive option for supply-chain companies looking [read more]
AWEA: U.S. Wind Installations Drop In 2010
by NAW Staff on Tuesday January 25 2011
The U.S. wind industry built 5,115 MW of wind power last year, barely half of 2009's record pace. The industry enters this year with [read more]
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