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Magnetek Receives First Production Order for Large Wind Power Inverters

Magnetek, Inc today announced that it has received an initial production order for calendar 2007 delivery of 60 wind power inverters valued at more than $7 million.

Study Finds Up To 25% Wind Can Be Incorporated Reliably Into Electric Power System

Results of a new study show that, under the right policies, utilities can incorporate wind power into their resource portfolio, comprising up to one-fourth of their delivered energy, without sacrificing reliability and with minor costs for absorbing the wind.

Motorola Successfully Completes Wind and Solar Power Trial for Remote GSM Base Stations

Motorola, Inc today announced that it has successfully completed a trial to demonstrate the feasibility of alternative power systems that can support remote GSM Base Stations (BTS).

EPA Challenges Top Corporations to Double Use of Green Power

The US Environmental Protection Agency is asking Fortune 500 companies to step up to the plate and double their current level of green power purchasing.

Customers Can Now Purchase Wind Power Cards at Whole Foods Market

Customers headed to selected Whole Foods Market locations can now add wind power to their shopping lists.

GE Announces Industry Milestone: More Than 5000 1.5-Megawatt Wind Turbines Installed

GE Energy today announced it has surpassed 5,000 installations for its 1,5-megawatt wind turbine, one of the most widely used machines in the global wind power industry.

New Wind Power Project Officially Opened in Alberta

Acciona Wind Energy Canada Inc, Enbridge Inc, and Suncor Energy Products Inc today celebrated the opening of their newest joint venture wind power project in Alberta, a $60 million, 30-megawatt facility located 20 kilometres southwest of Taber.

MIT Designs 'Invisible' Floating Wind Turbines

An MIT researcher has a vision: Four hundred huge offshore wind turbines are providing onshore customers with enough electricity to power several hundred thousand homes, and nobody standing onshore can see them.

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