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Green Pricing Drives Interest, Not Sales

Shelton Group, a Knoxville, Tenn.-based communications agency, recently released the results of its Energy Pulse 2006 survey, which investigates energy consumption habits and...

Canadian, U.S. Wind Markets Experience Parallel Growth and Challenges

In its 2005 budget, the Canadian government committed to increasing the Wind Power Production Incentive (WPPI) program to a target of 4,000 MW...

Federal Governments Going Green

While corporations and organizations in the U.S. and Canada continue to sign up for green power purchases at a rapidly increasing rate, the...

U.S. Passes 10,000 MW In Wind Capacity

August of 2006 will go into the history books as the month the U.S. wind industry reached numbers that can be described as...

Wind Goes To School

Like a student growing up, wind has come a long way since its appearance on a school campus in Iowa more than a...

Environmental Committee Concluding Work On Wind Impacts

A much-anticipated study of utility scale wind projects ordered by the U.S. Congress is entering the final phase of deliberations before a draft...

Industry Conference Sees Large Goal And Starts Drawing Map To Reach It

More than 5,000 people attended WINDPOWER 2006 in Pittsburgh this week, making it the largest-ever American Wind Energy Association conference and exhibition.The official...

Carbon Reduction Policies Could Benefit Wind Generation

While developing a national consensus on climate change policies and the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHG) has been...

Standard Contracts Could Boost REC Markets

While developing a national consensus on climate change policies and the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHG) has been...

Colleges Jump Into Wind Operator Training

'Tight supplies' has become a catch phrase when pros in the booming North American wind industry talk about wind turbines, but the phrase...