Content Category: New & Noteworthy
First Part Of CapX2020 Lines Approved
by NAW Staff on Monday July 12 2010
The first part of the controversial CapX2020 lines received approval last week. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) unanimously approved a route permit for the [read more]
Iberdrola Renovables Achieves Record Wind Output
by NAW Staff on Monday July 12 2010
Iberdrola Renovables increased its U.S. wind energy generation 32% between April and June to reach 2.96 billion kWh. In fact, the company generated almost 50% [read more]
Report: Climate Change, Emerging RE Technologies Driving New Business Models
by NAW Staff on Friday July 09 2010
To remain competitive, U.S. utilities will need to provide cleaner, low-carbon electricity while enabling customers to better manage and reduce their energy use, [read more]
Vestas To Open Engineering Site In Colorado
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 08 2010
Vestas has announced that it will open an engineering site in Louisville, Colo., to support global operations and enhance the company's wind power [read more]
Conservation Law Foundation Challenges Law On Wind Agreement
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 07 2010
The Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) says that documents it filed would show that the amendments to the long-term contracting statute signed into law [read more]
Worker Dies After Accident At LM Wind Power Facility
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 06 2010
A worker at the Grand Forks, N.D., regional office of LM Wind Power Group died from injuries he suffered after being crushed [read more]
First Phase Of SMART Study Released
by NAW Staff on Friday July 02 2010
American Transmission Co., along with co-sponsors Electric Transmission America, transmission joint venture between subsidiaries of American Electric Power and MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co.; [read more]
Report: State RPS Policies Will Drive 250% Increase In RE Generation
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 01 2010
State renewable portfolio standards (RPS) will be the most critical driver determining the pace of U.S. renewables growth going forward, according to a [read more]
Eagle Claw Fabrication To Build Wind Tower Fabrication Facility
by NAW Staff on Wednesday June 30 2010
Eagle Claw Fabrication LLC plans to build a 150,000 square-foot facility for the construction of wind turbine towers at the Port of Muskogee, [read more]
Report Provides Blueprint For Building Domestic Wind Energy Supply Chain
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 29 2010
According to a report released by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), BlueGreen Alliance and the United Steelworkers (USW), the U.S. wind industry [read more]
Michigan To Award Funds To Clean Energy Manufacturers
by NAW Staff on Monday June 28 2010
Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm, D-Mich., has announced that the state of Michigan will award nine small manufacturers $15 million in grants and $5 [read more]
Administrative Appeal Filed With FAA Over Cape Wind
by NAW Staff on Tuesday June 22 2010
The town of Barnstable, the owner and operator of the Barnstable Municipal Airport (HYA), and the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound [read more]
Draft Of Offshore Wind Report Shows Minimal Environmental Impact
by NAW Staff on Monday June 21 2010
The draft of a two-year research project led by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) shows minimal environmental impact [read more]
EPA Analysis Shows That Climate Legislation Is Affordable
by NAW Staff on Friday June 18 2010
An analysis released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirms that a comprehensive solution to the country's dependence on oil [read more]
Analysis Shows That Climate Bill Would Create Thousands Of Jobs
by NAW Staff on Thursday June 17 2010
An analysis conducted by ClimateWorks Foundation using the McKinsey & Cos. Low Carbon Economics Tool shows that a climate bill recently [read more]
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