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What’s Been Proposed So Far For Massachusetts’ Giant Clean Energy RFP?

Posted by Betsy Lillian on July 28, 2017

The proposals for wind energy and transmission projects are rapidly rolling in for Massachusetts’ call for tenders for an additional 9.45 TWh of clean energy by 2022. On March 31, the state’s electric distribution companies issued a request for proposals [Read More]

Anbaric, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Create Clean Energy Partnership

Posted by Betsy Lillian on March 09, 2017

Wakefield, Mass.-based Anbaric, a developer of clean energy transmission and microgrid projects, and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan have created a new company called Anbaric Development Partners, which will develop clean energy infrastructure projects in North America by accelerating the revitalization [Read More]

Feds Approve Canada-Minnesota Hydro, Wind Transmission Line

Posted by Betsy Lillian on November 18, 2016

The U.S. Department of Energy has issued a presidential permit to Minnesota Power’s Great Northern Transmission Line, which will deliver clean energy from Canada’s hydropower resources to Minnesota, as well as strengthen the reliability of the power grid. According to [Read More]

Canada Boasts Solid Jump In Non-Hydro Renewables In Past Decade

Posted by Betsy Lillian on October 17, 2016

Canada is currently generating nearly two-thirds of its electricity from renewable energy sources, according to a new report released by the National Energy Board (NEB), an independent federal regulator of several parts of the country’s energy industry. Accounting for 55% [Read More]

GE To Deliver Huge Wind Turbine With Pumped Storage Hydro

Posted by Lauren Tyler on September 29, 2016

General Electric Co., through its GE Renewable Energy business, says it has signed a turbine supply agreement with Max Bogl Wind AG to deliver and commission what it is calling the world’s tallest and first-ever wind turbine integrated with pumped [Read More]

Wind Power Helps Nova Scotia Set Renewable Energy Record

Posted by Lauren Tyler on January 28, 2016

Nova Scotia Power (NSP), the Canadian province’s primary electricity provider, says wind power helped it achieve a new renewable energy record in 2015, with 26.6% of the electricity used by Nova Scotians coming from renewable resources last year. “We’re becoming [Read More]