New Yorkers Mark Earth Day 2007 by Turning to Clean and Renewable Green Power
Reflecting increasing interest in environmental preservation, New Yorkers throughout the Empire State are celebrating Earth Day 2007 by tapping into clean and renewable "Green Power.
Siemens Receives Major Order for Offshore Wind Farm in Britain
The Siemens Power Generation Group (PG) will build a further offshore wind farm in Britain.
Clipper Windpower to Supply Minnesota Power With 25 MW of Liberty Wind Turbines
Clipper Windpower Plc today announced that it will supply ten units, or 25 megawatts (MW) of Clipper's 2 1/2 MW Liberty wind turbines to Minnesota Power for the first utility-scale wind energy project to be built in Northern Minnesota within the Iron Range Laurentian Divide.
Shear Wind Pursues Renewable Energy RFP With Nova Scotia Power
Mike Magnus, President & CEO of Shear Wind Inc ("Shear Wind") is pleased to announce Shear Wind's intent to submit proposals to supply power to Nova Scotia Power.
Kansas City Power & Light Issues Request for Proposal for Wind Energy in Missouri and Kansas
Kansas City Power & Light (KCP&L), a subsidiary of Great Plains Energy, announced today it is seeking bids to develop up to 400 MW of emission-free, renewable wind generation in Missouri and/or Kansas.
GE Wind Turbines Deliver over 1 Gigawatt of Additional U.S. Capacity in 2006
Reaffirming its position as the leading supplier of technology and services for the US wind industry, GE Energy provided wind turbines representing over 45% of the country's new wind capacity in 2006.
Annual U.S. Wind Power Rankings Track Industry's Rapid Growth
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) today released its annual rankings of wind energy development in the United States.
China's Installed Capacity of Wind Power Could Reach 4,000 MW This Year
Wind power is developing rapidly in China - installed capacity could reach 4,000 megawatts (MW) by the end of 2007, said Li Junfeng, Secretary General of the China Association of Resource Comprehensive Utilization, at the Second Forum on Renewable Energy.
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