Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Study Provides New York A Road Map For Cutting Offshore Wind Costs
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 11 2015
A new study offers a road map of key strategic steps New York State can take to reduce the costs of offshore wind power over [read more]
Gamesa, Areva Form Joint Offshore Wind Venture
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 10 2015
Gamesa and Areva have jointly formed Adwen, an offshore wind company that seeks to combine the expertise and track records of the two manufacturers. Equally [read more]
NYISO: New York Wind Sets New Record
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 10 2015
Electricity generated by wind power in New York reached a new record at the start of March, according to the New York Independent System Operator [read more]
Full-Speed Ahead: Deepwater Wind Gives Alstom Notice To Proceed
by NAW Staff on Monday March 09 2015
Alstom has received the formal notice to proceed (NTP) from Deepwater Wind for the construction of five Haliade 150 6 MW offshore wind turbines. Last [read more]
Presidential Hopeful Bush Supports PTC Phaseout
by NAW Staff on Monday March 09 2015
Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush told an Iowa crowd over the weekend that he supports phasing out the production tax credit (PTC). The former Republican governor [read more]
Siemens Named Top Wind Turbine OEM For 2014: MAKE Report
by NAW Staff on Monday March 09 2015
Siemens and GE have obtained the top two spots on MAKE's Global Wind Turbine OEM 2014 Market Share analysis. According to MAKE, multi-industrial turbine original [read more]
ACCIONA Opens Concrete Tower Plant In Mexico
by NAW Staff on Friday March 06 2015
ACCIONA Windpower has opened a plant in Mexico to produce concrete towers for wind turbines. The plant, located near Monterrey, produces concrete segments for the [read more]
U.S. Wind Generated 4% Of All Electricity In 2014
by NAW Staff on Friday March 06 2015
U.S.-based wind power added significantly more new electricity than any other resource in 2014, according to U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) data. Wind power generated [read more]
New York Seeks To Overhaul Energy Market
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 05 2015
New York is seeking to redefine the roles of electric utilities and change the regulatory framework to facilitate much larger use of distributed energy resources [read more]
Slow Turning: What's Stopping Individual Blade Pitch Control From Wider Acceptance?
by Jesse Broehl on Thursday March 05 2015
In recent years, there has been a slow shift from collective pitch control (adjusting the blade angles on all three blades equally at the same [read more]
SunEdison Buys Energy Storage Firm, Complementary To Renewable Technologies
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 05 2015
Fresh off its acquisition of First Wind, SunEdison has purchased the assets and project pipeline of Philadelphia-based Solar Grid Storage. The deal is effective immediately. [read more]
U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center Addresses Energy-Water Nexus
by NAW Staff on Thursday March 05 2015
In what could be an opportunity for wind power, the U.S. and China have agreed to extend their partnership on the energy-water nexus. The U.S. [read more]
Mercom Charts The Top Global Wind Deals Of 2014
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 04 2015
Last year, total global funding into the wind sector reached $31.7 billion, according to a report from Mercom Capital Group. This includes venture capital (VC) [read more]
Pennsylvania's Wolf Proposes Big Renewables Investment
by NAW Staff on Wednesday March 04 2015
Gov. Tom Wolf, D-Pa., proposed big investments in clean energy, such as wind and solar, in his 2015-2016 state budget proposal. Wolf's budget proposal - [read more]
Deepwater Hits Financial Close For Block Island Wind Farm, Expects Summer Construction
by NAW Staff on Tuesday March 03 2015
In a first for the nascent U.S. offshore wind industry, Providence, R.I.-based Deepwater Wind has reached financial close for the 30 MW Block Island Wind [read more]
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