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Wind Now Leads EU Power Sector

In 2008, more wind power was installed in the EU than any other electricity generating technology.


Wind Energy Grows by Record 8,300 MW in 2008

The US wind energy industry shattered all previous records in 2008 by installing 8,358 megawatts (MW) of new generating capacity (enough to serve over 2 million homes), the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) said today, even as it warned of an uncertain outlook for 2009 due to the continuing financial crisis.


Commercial Operations Begin at Stetson Wind

First Wind, an independent North American wind power company, today celebrated the achievement of commercial operations for its Stetson Wind project.


First Wind Begins Construction on Milford Wind Corridor Project

First Wind, an independent wind power company, today announced that it has begun construction of its Milford Wind Corridor Project.


Constellation Energy Serves up Wind Power for the 2008 US Open

Constellation Energy today announced that its subsidiary, Constellation NewEnergy (CNE), is helping to turn the court green at the 2008 US Open in Flushing, NY.


Southern California Edison Signs Contract for More Than 900 Megawatts of Wind Energy

Southern California Edison (SCE) signed a 20-year contract with DCE, an affiliate of Caithness Energy, which will provide up to 909 megawatts of wind power.


ACCIONA Launches 180 MW Tatanka Wind Farm

ACCIONA Energy, today announced the launch of its 180 MW Tatanka Wind Farm, located in Dickey County and McIntosh County, North Dakota, and McPherson County, South Dakota.


NaREC to Lead World in Wind Energy Development

The New and Renewable Energy Centre (NaREC), a leading UK-based independent R&D platform for new energy technologies, announced today that it will spearhead an aggressive initiative for developing sustainable and renewable energy by building the world's largest wind energy research and development facilities.



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