Kicking off the American Wind Energy Association‘s convention center-sized pitch for an extension of the production tax credit, AWEA CEO Denise Bode said Congress needs to act now to prevent further damage to the industry. “We are very concerned new wind projects are being shelved,” Bode said opening AWEA’s annual WINDPOWER conference in Atlanta on Monday. “The bleeding has to stop now.” Bode said she remains optimistic that the production tax credit will be extended before its scheduled expiration at the end of this year, but that the “political logjam” continues to hold up the policy despite bipartisan support. For more news and PR from this years show visit the AltEnergyMag.com AWEA WindPower Newspage.
New mounting systems for pitched roofs and solutions for self-supply with solar power
The first Wind Technician AS degree college textbook focused on wind turbine maintenance
Business Grows from 500 Megawatts to 28 Gigawatts----- Company Celebrates a Decade of Industry Leadership at AWEA Windpower 2012----- 18,000 GE Wind Turbines Installed Globally----- Technology Innovation to Drive Future Growth a Top Priority
$600 million, 270-megawatt South Kent Wind project example of investments sought by Ontario Clean Technology Alliance at WINDPOWER 2012
2012 marks Ontario's claim as the largest producer of wind energy in Canada among all Canadian provinces
Order underlines Hydrogenics' leadership in Power-to-Gas industry
The UK has developed real-world experience in offshore wind power which can be of tremendous benefit to North American companies
HQ in the Southeast, leading full service energy contractor in the Americas available for interviews about wind energy industry
Plug Power now has over 2,200 GenDrive fuel cells deployed at customer sites including Walmart, P&G and Coca-Cola
GE Supplying 137 1.6-100 Wind Turbines to Provide Clean Energy for the Region----- Helps Michigan Accelerate Progress toward Renewable Energy Goals----- The 1.6-100 is the World's Most Efficient Wind Turbine in Its Class
New Agreement Further Aligns GE, Customer Goals to Maximize Site Energy Yield----- Cost of O&M Contract Based on Production and Availability----- Latest Example of GE's Flexible Service Solutions for the Wind Industry
Commitments to Date Total $3.6 Billion----- Highest Capacity Factor Turbine Operating in North America----- Offers 19 Percent Increase in Annual Energy Production
Eight GE Wind Turbines to Power 12.6-Megwatt Community Wind Initiative----- Projects' Financial Benefits Support Local Towns----- Iowa Initiative to Serve as Model for Other Community Wind Energy Projects----- GE to Provide Maintenance Support under 10-Year Customer Service Agreements-----
411 kW System Highlights Solar Manufacturing and Service Companies in New Mexico's Growing Solar Industry
Konarka Technologies Inc., the thin-film solar panel manufacturer backed by Chevron Corp. (CVX) (CVX) , Draper Fisher Jurvetson and New Enterprise Associates Inc., filed for bankruptcy in Massachusetts. “Konarka has been unable to obtain additional financing, and given its current financial condition, it is unable to continue operations,” Howard Berke, chief executive officer of the Lowell, Massachusetts-based company, said yesterday in a statement. Konarka listed $100,000 to $500,000 in assets and $10 million to $50 million in debt in its Chapter 7 filing yesterday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Worcester, Massachusetts. Konarka NB Holdings LLC, in a separate filing, listed $1 million to $10 million in assets and as much as $50,000 in debt.
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