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Kansai Electric Power Acquires Interest in Aviator Wind Holdings

Kansai Electric Power has entered into an agreement through its subsidiary, KPIC USA LLC, to acquire a 48.5% interest in Aviator Wind...

Hannon Armstrong Forms Partnership with ENGIE

Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital Inc. has formed a partnership with a subsidiary of ENGIE S.A., an independent power producer (IPP) and...

ENGIE Signs Tax Equity Financing for Renewables Portfolio

ENGIE North America, an independent power producer and energy efficiency services provider, has signed a major tax equity financing for its renewables...

Capital Power Adds Long-Term Wind Generation to Portfolio

Capital Power Corp. has entered into an agreement to acquire a 100% ownership interest in Buckthorn Wind, a 100.5 MW wind facility,...

Peyton Creek Wind Farm Achieves Commerical Operation

Peyton Creek Wind Farm, a 151 MW onshore facility located in Matagorda County, Texas, has achieved commercial operation. The...

Brattle: Effective Hedging Strategies For Wind Development

A new white paper from economists at The Brattle Group has examined how the wind industry could use standard electric and gas forward contracts...

Texas Grid Operator Announces Yet Another Wind Output Record

As nippy weather came to Texas over the weekend, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas Inc. (ERCOT) reached a new record for instantaneous wind...

Two U.S. Grid Operators Set Wind Generation Records

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has broken a new wind power generation record: On Nov. 17, the grid operator achieved an instantaneous...

What Are The Market Effects Of Wind Penetration In ERCOT?

The unprecedented growth of wind power in recent years has had a profound impact on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas market. What can be expected as wind capacity continues to expand?

Market Forces Largely Driving Lone Star State’s Transition To Cleaner Grid

Natural gas and renewable energy are capable of providing all new electric power that Texas will need in the foreseeable future, according to the...