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Amitec's SolGuard™ - a ground-breaking approach for solar installations management

Amitec, a leading developing firm of renewable energy applications has announced the launching of a new revolutionary Expert System module for SolGuard™. This module will be presented in InterSolar North America 2011 (12-14 July)

Marshall University uses Second Wind's solutions to plan clean energy futures

Triton Sonic Wind Profiler and SkyServe wind data service provide accurate, versatile platform for documenting wind resources in ‘brownfield' areas too rugged and isolated for met towers

WINDPOWER 2011: Google embraces renewables, as industry pushes for solid policy footing

Stable policy to create a predictable business environment is the key to continued growth of American wind power, and most pressing is the need to extend the frustratingly short-term federal Production Tax Credit (PTC), and not wait until it expires in 2012.

Ontario Clean Technology Alliance at WINDPOWER 2011 to attract investment as Canada's most populous province builds out 10,433 MW of wind energy capacity

Executives from the Ontario Clean Technology Alliance are attending WINDPOWER 2011 in Anaheim as the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) has declared that the province of Ontario is Canada's wind energy leader.

UK's Fast Growing, Small Wind Sector Offers Market Opportunities for North American Companies

The UK government's progressive renewable energy policies coupled with an accredited certification body and the best wind resource in Europe are fueling unprecedented growth and market opportunity for small wind companies, an industry expert said today at a briefing held by UK Trade & Investment.

GCUBE LAUNCHES ENHANCED DEFECTS COVERAGE FOR ESTABLISHED WIND FARMS

Additional coverage safeguards turbines long after traditional warranties and manufacturer agreements have expired

Siemens to open U.S. wind service distribution center in Woodward, Oklahoma

Need for new service distribution center a sign of maturation of the U.S. wind power industry

The Switch Full-Power Converters Support Goldwind's First-Rate Quality for US Market

Western wind power components, such as The Switch full-power converters, help Chinese companies enter the US market with world-class quality and reliability that meets the most stringent international grid regulations

UK Showcases Wind Energy Experience to North American Market

The United Kingdom's extensive track-record of expertise and leadership in the wind energy industry was demonstrated today by the presence of more than 30 UK companies at the annual WINDPOWER 2011 conference in Anaheim, CA.

TURNINGPOINT AND FREEWAVE TECHNOLOGIES PARTNER TO MITIGATE WIND TURBINE FAILURE

With wind turbines spread over long distances in remote locations, FreeWave's radios provide an easily deployed, cost-effective and dependable solution for Turningpoint

FREEWAVE TO SHOWCASE ITS LATEST WIRELESS DATA RADIO OFFERINGS FOR WIND ENERGY AT AWEA 2011

FreeWave Technologies, (http://www.freewave.com), manufacturer of the most reliable, high-performance spread spectrum and licensed radios for critical data transmission, today announced it will demonstrate its latest wireless data radios and service offerings for wind energy at AWEA 2011

UK Market Opportunities Identified by Wind Energy Industry Experts

The United Kingdom's offshore wind sector offers U.S. companies significant market opportunities to fill supply chain gaps in wind turbine and component manufacturing, project installation, and operations and maintenance expertise, industry experts said today at a briefing by UK Trade & Investment at the annual WINDPOWER 2011 conference in Anaheim, CA.

UK Market Opportunities Identified by Wind Energy Industry Experts

The United Kingdom's offshore wind sector offers U.S. companies significant market opportunities to fill supply chain gaps in wind turbine and component manufacturing, project installation, and operations and maintenance expertise, industry experts said today at a briefing by UK Trade & Investment at the annual WINDPOWER 2011 conference in Anaheim, CA.

Utility exec Ned Hall of AES inducted as AWEA Board chair, trumpets wind power's benefits for utilities

Declaring that wind power is good for the business of the energy giant that employs him, Ned Hall, president of AES North America and AES Wind Generation, took over as chairman of the American Wind Energy Association's Board of Directors today. AES, of Arlington, Va., generates electricity in 28 countries, operating over 1,500 megawatts of wind power capacity.

WINDPOWER 2011 highlights industry trends, job creation

As thousands of wind industry members converged on the city of Anaheim, Calif., for the world's largest annual wind energy event, the WINDPOWER 2011 Conference & Exhibition immediately turned into a hub for the discussion of industry trends and new developments.

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