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IRENA: Mexico Can More Than Quadruple Share Of Renewable Energy By 2030
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 26 2015
Mexico can increase the use of renewable energy in its energy mix from 4.4% in 2010 to 21% by 2030, according to a report by [read more]
Wind, Solar Account For All New Capacity In April
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 26 2015
Renewable energy sources once again dominated the latest federal monthly update on new electrical generating capacity brought into service in the U.S. According to the [read more]
Geronimo Energy Sells Portfolio Of Wind And Solar Projects To BHE Renewables
by NAW Staff on Friday May 22 2015
Geronimo Energy has sold a portfolio of wind and solar energy projects to BHE Renewables, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy. The sale includes the [read more]
Nordex CEO Jurgen Zeschky Steps Down From His Post
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 21 2015
Jurgen Zeschky, CEO of German wind turbine maker Nordex SE, has informed the company's supervisory board that he intends to leave the company for personal [read more]
Study: Western Grid Can Withstand Disturbances Under High Renewables Penetration
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 21 2015
GE's Energy Consulting business has presented the results of the Western Wind and Solar Integration Study Phase 3 (WWSIS-3) at the American Wind Energy Association's [read more]
Time To Take Off The Gloves: Incoming AWEA Board Chairman Vows No More Mr. Nice Guy
by Mark Del Franco on Thursday May 21 2015
Mike Garland, the newly elected chairman of the board of directors at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), has a message for the membership: Be [read more]
AWEA's Kiernan: The Future Of The U.S. Wind Industry Is Now
by Mark Del Franco on Wednesday May 20 2015
With policies crucial to the future development of U.S. wind power coming under increased scrutiny in many key wind states, Tom Kiernan, CEO of the [read more]
How Wind Turbine Inspections Might Benefit From Drone Use
by Betsy Lillian on Tuesday May 19 2015
Inspecting wind turbines is often a potentially dangerous task. However, thanks to the increasingly widespread prevalence of unmanned technology, it does not always have to [read more]
DOE: Bigger Turbines Could Unlock Wind Energy Potential In All 50 States
by NAW Staff on Tuesday May 19 2015
Larger wind turbines could allow the U.S. to access untapped, stronger wind resource areas across the country and lead to wind energy development in all [read more]
Blattner And Senvion Tout North American Wind Energy Milestones
by NAW Staff on Monday May 18 2015
As the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) WINDPOWER 2015 Conference & Exhibition gets under way, two industry firms, Blattner Energy and Senvion SE, have separately [read more]
ACCIONA Windpower Opens Brazil Facility To Produce 3 MW Turbines Locally
by NAW Staff on Friday May 15 2015
ACCIONA Windpower has opened a turbine assembly plant in the Bahia state of Brazil to produce 3 MW machines in the country. According to ACCIONA [read more]
Minnesota Power's International Project Clears Major Regulatory Hurdle
by NAW Staff on Friday May 15 2015
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) unanimously approved Minnesota Power's request for a certificate of need (CN) for the 500 kV Great Northern Transmission Line. [read more]
Raising The Discourse: Iowa Scientists Urge Presidential Hopefuls To Address Climate Change
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 14 2015
As presidential hopefuls begin making the quadrennial trek to Iowa, state-based academicians and researchers plan to ask the candidates a simple - but pointed - [read more]
UPDATED: ZF Acquires Bosch Rexroth's Large Gearbox Business
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 14 2015
In a move to strengthen its wind turbine gearbox business, ZF Friedrichshafen AG acquired the large gearbox business of Bosch Rexroth AG on May 13. [read more]
Juhl Energy Off To Solid Start For 2015
by NAW Staff on Thursday May 14 2015
Pipestone, Minn.-based developer/service provider Juhl Energy kicked off 2015 in style as the company posted top- and bottom-line improvements for the quarter ended March 31. [read more]
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