Tom Kiernan, the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) incoming CEO, took to the stage Monday morning to briefly greet attendees during the opening general session at WINDPOWER 2013, being held in Chicago through May 8. AWEA recently named Kiernan to replace former CEO Denise Bode, who resigned in December 2012. Displaying a warm and enthusiastic smile during the opening session, Kiernan laid out in broad strokes some of his early priorities for when he takes over the post on May 28. He told attendees that among his first tasks will be to develop a long-term strategy to further galvanize both the wind industry and AWEA. He also spelled out to attendees how they can be their own best advocates. “With fewer legislative vehicles moving [in Congress], we need a better, more integrated advocacy plan, and that needs to be inclusive to all of you,” he said. Citing well-organized and -funded opponents, Kiernan called for the industry to develop a more diverse and broader coalition. He also said that AWEA would begin to devote more resources to its nine regional partners, which often perform key legislative advocacy at both the state and regional levels.
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Non-profit tabs into power of sun to eliminate electrical bill; Energy sustainability vital approach to securing long-term financial future
Wind power developer issues support for industry association dedicated to growing North American markets for renewable energy
The free webinar from the Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA) will present an overview of energy markets, pricing dynamics, and deal structures.
They hope it will be used for more efficient photovoltaic solar cells and LED lights, biological sensors and systems to convert waste heat to electricity.
"The Bridgeport fuel cell plant represents a powerful synergy of private development and public incentives, and the continued maturation of emerging energy technologies"
Solar Impulse is the world's first solar-powered airplane capable of flying day and night without fossil fuel.
—Event Celebrates Completion of the Largest Operating Photovoltaic Facility in California, providing consumers with cleaner energy choices—
GE Announces 1 Gigawatt of US Wind Orders following PTC Decision, Launches New Brilliant Wind Turbine
Strong U.S. Orders Backlog Positions GE for 2013 ----Brilliant 1.7-100 Wind Turbine Provides 6 Percent More Power than GE's Current Model, Higher Energy Capture for Low Wind Sites ----Using the Industrial Internet, GE Helping Wind Customers Produce Higher Output, Increased Service Productivity and New Revenue Streams
A123 Energy Solutions has always been focused on high performance, safe and reliable battery systems and will continue to develop new energy storage products under this new brand.
Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros) will be an exhibitor at the AWEA Wind Power Conference and Exhibition in Chicago next week from May 5-8, with Igor Pasternak chief engineer of the Aeroscraft attending.
Gamesa showcases at Awea its new G114-2.5 MW wind turbine: more energy production with the lowest CoE
The new turbine, based on the 2.0 MW platform proven technology, reaches the highest efficiency and profitability in medium wind sites -----G114-2.5 MW produces 29% more energy than Gamesa's G97-2.0 MW turbine while lowering the cost of energy by 10%
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Scotland's long and illustrious history in hydro-electric power is being celebrated this week at a Scottish Renewables conference in Perth.
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