Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Quebec's Wind Energy Forecast: Cloudy With An Increased Chance For Pessimism
on Tuesday November 04 2014 by Mark Del Franco
Quebec wind advocates were relieved when the government finally released a request for proposals (RFP) calling for 450 MW of installed capacity. The RFP calls [read more]
Wind And Solar Helped California Grid During Challenging Summer
on Tuesday October 28 2014 by NAW Staff
Wind and solar power helped the California grid maintain reliability during a challenging summer this year. According to the California Independent System Operator (ISO), grid [read more]
U.S. Renewables Continue To Outpace Coal, Oil And Nuclear
on Monday October 27 2014 by NAW Staff
Renewable energy sources accounted for more than two-fifths (40.61%) of all new U.S. electrical generating capacity put in service during the first three quarters of [read more]
Hannon Armstrong Acquires Wind Portfolio In Partnership 'Flip' Transaction
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital Inc. has agreed to acquire a portfolio of 10 operating wind projects from an affiliate of JPMorgan Chase & Co. [read more]
GE To Close Tehachapi Manufacturing Plant; Related Work Will Transition To Pensacola, Fla.
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
GE Energy will close a Tehachapi, Calif.-based regional manufacturing facility that produces machine heads and hubs for wind turbines. Through November, GE will transition all [read more]
ICC Approves Key Illinois Transmission Line
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
Commonwealth Edison's (ComEd) Grand Prairie Gateway Project, a transmission line that is expected to remove wind energy bottlenecks in Illinois, has received approval by the [read more]
Recapping The Wind Industry's Third-Quarter Deals
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
Global wind power venture capital (VC) funding reached $140 million in the third quarter of this year (Q3'14), compared with $48 million in Q2'14, according [read more]
Starwood Energy Group To Buy 250 MW Ohio Project
on Thursday October 23 2014 by NAW Staff
Greenwich, Conn.-based private equity firm Starwood Energy Group has agreed to purchase the 250 MW Northwest Ohio Wind Project, located in Ohio's Van Wert and [read more]
Geronimo Energy Partners With Tribe, Scores GSA's Largest-Ever Wind Energy Contract
on Wednesday October 22 2014 by NAW Staff
MG2 Tribal Energy (MG2), a partnership between the Mesa Grande Band of Mission Indians and Geronimo Energy, has obtained a power purchase agreement (PPA) from [read more]
MAKE: Despite Grid Constraints, China's Wind Industry Is In Line For Record 2014
on Wednesday October 22 2014 by NAW Staff
According to a forecast from MAKE Consulting, China's wind industry will install 20.4 GW of new wind by the end of the year, setting a [read more]
Yearly Installed Capacity Figures Already Beat 2013 Numbers, More Wind On The Way: AWEA
on Tuesday October 21 2014 by NAW Staff
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) reported that 419 MW of installed capacity came online during the third quarter ending Sept. 30, taking [read more]
Global Wind Energy Could Reach 2,000 GW By 2030: GWEC
on Tuesday October 21 2014 by NAW Staff
Wind power could reach 2,000 GW by 2030 and supply up to 19% of global electricity, according to a report by the Global Wind Energy [read more]
Behemoth Investor To Fund Utility-Scale Renewable Energy Development Firm
on Tuesday October 21 2014 by NAW Staff
Blackstone, a global investment firm with $7 billion under investment across a broad range of energy sectors, says it will partner with experienced management to [read more]
Report: U.S. Renewable Energy EPC Firms Should Prepare For Industry Changes
on Thursday October 16 2014 by NAW Staff
With U.S. renewable energy capacity (excluding hydropower) expected to double by 2021, the firms that provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for wind and [read more]
Could Initial Offshore Wind Projects Crash New England's REC Market?
on Tuesday October 14 2014 by Jason Prince
The U.S.' first commercial forays into offshore wind could soon dot the horizon off New England's Atlantic Coast. Two projects totaling nearly 500 MW (Cape [read more]
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