Content Category: New & Noteworthy
City To Examine Feasibility Of Wind In Boston Harbor Islands
on Thursday May 28 2009 by NAW Staff
The city of Boston has announced that it is examining the feasibility of wind power in the Boston Harbor Islands. The first feasibility study will [read more]
Researchers Study 'Smart' Wind Turbines
on Thursday May 28 2009 by NAW Staff
Researchers from Purdue University and Sandia National Laboratory have developed a technique that uses sensors and computational software to constantly monitor forces exerted on wind [read more]
Idaho PUC Orders Utility To Sell RE Certificates
on Friday May 22 2009 by NAW Staff
The Idaho Public Utilities Commission (PUC), reversing an earlier decision, has ordered Idaho Power Co. to sell its 2007 and 2008 renewable energy certificates (RECs) [read more]
Siting Board Grants Cape Wind State And Local Permitting
on Friday May 22 2009 by NAW Staff
The Massachusetts Energy Facilities Siting Board has voted unanimously to grant Cape Wind a certificate of environmental impact and public interest, which combines all state [read more]
FERC Study Will Use Frequency Response To Assess Integration
on Wednesday May 20 2009 by NAW Staff
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has commissioned a new study that will use frequency response to assess reliable integration of wind and other renewable [read more]
FERC Approves Energy-Storage-Based Market Rules For NYISO
on Wednesday May 20 2009 by NAW Staff
According to Tyngsboro, Mass.-based Beacon Power Corp., the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved energy-storage-based market rules for the New York Independent System Operator [read more]
NREL Releases Analysis of Renewable Electricity Standards
on Tuesday May 19 2009 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has completed a study comparing three proposed national renewable electricity standards (RES). "A Comparative [read more]
DOE Announces Standards For Smart-Grid Security
on Tuesday May 19 2009 by NAW Staff
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu have announced the first set of standards that are needed for the interoperability and [read more]
PATH Seeks Authorization For New Transmission Line
on Tuesday May 19 2009 by NAW Staff
American Electric Power and Allegheny Energy have announced that an application was filed seeking authorization to build a proposed electric transmission line in West Virginia. [read more]
California ISO Approves LCRI Transmission Project
on Tuesday May 19 2009 by NAW Staff
The California Independent System Operator Corp.'s (California ISO) board of governors has approved the Highwind Project transmission upgrade that reach renewable generation facilities planned for [read more]
Preliminary Findings Of Bat Study Released
on Monday May 18 2009 by NAW Staff
The first year of an effort to study the interaction between bats and wind turbines at the Casselman Wind Power Project shows that turning off [read more]
Study: Energy Storage Market To Reach $4.1 Billion
on Monday May 18 2009 by NAW Staff
With the growth of renewable energy around the world, the need for utilities to capture and store electricity for later use is becoming increasingly important. [read more]
ERCOT Releases Study About Likely Effects Of Climate Change Legislation
on Thursday May 14 2009 by NAW Staff
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) recently conducted an analysis of the likely effects of proposed climate change legislation on electricity prices. Consistent with [read more]
Burlington Hydro Launches GridSmartCity Partnership
on Thursday May 14 2009 by NAW Staff
The Ontario Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, George Smitherman joined Burlington Mayor Cam Jackson and Burlington Hydro Electric Inc. in announcing the official launch of [read more]
Agreement Signed To Speed Wind Power Development
on Wednesday May 13 2009 by NAW Staff
Gov. Ted Strickland, D-Ohio, has signed an agreement that will speed the development of wind power generation while establishing reasonable safeguards for the conservation of [read more]
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