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Utility Looks to Add up to 500 MW of Energy from Renewable Resources

Westar Energy today announced that it is seeking bids to develop up to 500 megawatts of electricity from renewable resources.

Minnesota Raises Bar on Renewable Energy Use

Minnesota put its faith in a future fueled by renewable energy Thursday as the governor signed a law requiring utilities to generate a quarter of their power from renewable sources such as wind, water and sun by 2025.

Wind Energy is the World's Fastest Growing Energy Source

Research and Markets has announced the addition of Global Wind Power Market Potential to their offering.

Johnson Controls Expands Renewable Energy Services

In response to increasing global demand for renewable energy, Johnson Controls, Inc is expanding its business direction in the areas of designing, installing and servicing geothermal, solar, biomass, wind and other renewable sources as energy supply options for customers.

GE Unit Makes One of its Largest Wind Portfolio Investment Commitments

GE Energy Financial Services, a unit of General Electric, announced today that it has committed to invest in a 410-megawatt wind farm portfolio, among its single largest wind investments.

World's First Wind and Gas Offshore Energy Project Given Green Light

A unique dual energy scheme to be sited off the Cumbrian coast was given the go-ahead today by Energy Minister Lord Truscott.

Evanston, Illinois to Offset 20% of City's Electricity Usage with Wind Power Credits

Constellation Energy today announced that its subsidiary, Constellation NewEnergy, has entered into a green electricity purchase agreement with the city of Evanston, Illinois.

European Market for Wind Turbines Grows 23% in 2006

The market for European wind power capacity broke new records in 2006, according to the annual statistics issued by the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) today.

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