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An Examination Of The Huge Potential Of Northeast Offshore Wind

Three new reports say the Northeast has the potential for offshore wind development of between 4 GW and 8 GW by 2030, as well as the creation of up to 36,000 jobs. 

Microsoft Announces Another Wind Power Deal

Microsoft Corp. has announced a deal to purchase 100% of the wind energy generated from the Dutch Wieringermeer wind farm, which Vattenfall recently announced...
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N.Y. Grid Operator Announces New Wind Power Record

Strong winds across New York State on Monday morning pushed electricity generated by wind power to a new record for the New York Independent...

Empire District Electric Proposes 800 MW Of New Wind Across Four States

The Empire District Electric Co., based in Joplin, Mo., has proposed a plan to develop an additional 800 MW of wind generation in or...
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Ørsted, Formerly DONG Energy, Sets New Goals And Signs New Deals

The board of directors of Ørsted, formerly DONG Energy, has approved the interim financial report for the first nine months of 2017, when operating...
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MidAmerican Energy Makes More Headway On Iowa Wind

MidAmerican Energy has announced plans to build the third Iowa site selected for construction as part of the company's massive Wind XI project.

Nordex Opens Up New Branch Office In Melbourne

The Nordex Group has established a national representative office in Melbourne, Australia, in order to meet the growing demand for Australian wind, the company...
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EPA Names 2017 Green Power Leaders

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced its 17th annual Green Power Leadership Awards, recognizing 19 Green Power Partners across the country, including...

Vestas Joins RE100 To Spread The Word On Renewables

Committing to reducing the environmental impact of its own operations, Vestas is joining RE100, a group of global companies dedicated to using 100% renewable...

AWEA’s Q3 Update: U.S. Wind Booming For Investors, Utilities & Corporations

The roster of U.S. wind projects under construction and in advanced development has reached the highest level since AWEA first measured the statistic at the beginning of 2016.

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