Tioga Energy Announces First of Two Solar Projects Developed Through NYSERDA Funding

PPA provider's latest collaboration with BJ's Wholesale Club marks entry into New York market

Total Energy USA commends the Clean Energy Standard Act of 2012 Total Energy USA commends the Clean

Total Energy USA welcomes the introduction of the Clean Energy Standard Act of 2012 (CES)

Spain Blows Away Monthly Wind Energy Record

This February, a record 21.7 percent of Spain’s electricity came from wind power. The 4,890 gigawatt-hours of electricity generated from wind made it the country’s third-largest source of energy in the month, after coal and nuclear power plants, according to Red Eléctrica de España (REE). Although Spain has poured signficant money, in the form of feed-in tariffs, into solar power development, Europe has been experiencing a severely cold winter, where wind power can thrive. By using its wind turbines instead of fossil fuels to supply electricity, Spanish electricity prices fell to €51/MWh during the first two weeks of February while in neighboring France electricity cost €105/MWh. During that time, wind provided a whopping 28.9 percent of Spain’s electricity. Read full article:

Second Wind Launches Wind Energy Operations Services Based on Triton Sonic Wind Profiler

Remote sensing system brings vital wind condition data to wind farm operators.

‘Integrating the renewables sector' shapes conference programme for Renewable Energy World Europe 2012

Details of conference programme and plenary discussion announced

SMA Powers the American Southwest

Sunny Central Inverters to be an Integral Component of World's Largest Photovoltaic Plant

Solar Energy International Offers Solar Training Continuing Ed for NABCEP Certified PV Installers

SEI is an approved solar trainer for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) PV installer certification, a voluntary certification providing a set of national standards by which PV installers with skills and experience can distinguish themselves from their competition.

Eco Wave Power is Finalizing the Construction of its Medium-Scale Wave Energy Generation System

The medium scale power plant will be implemented on a pier in the Black sea during the first quarter of 2012, and will produce a minimum of stable 5KW from each floater.

Kingspan Renewables Showcases 'Everything Under The Sun' at Ecobuild 2012

For the first time ever, it will be unveiling its range of Kingspan Wind turbines, specifically designed to deliver maximum output, efficiency and reliability, even in the fiercest of storms.

Impressive Range of Innovations on Both Schueco Stands at Ecobuild

Schueco is showing examples of its aluminium and steel systems, some of which are new to the UK and all of which underline its status as a world-class company.

Tri Global Energy, LLC, Floyd County Wind Farm, LLC and Westerly Wind, LLC Enter Joint Development Agreement and Close on Initial Funding to Form South Plains Wind Energy, LLC

West Texas Wind Farm is in the Heart of New Multi-Billion Dollar Transmission Expansion

Global Wind Energy Installed Capacity to Reach 1,062 Thousand Megawatts by 2017, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on the wind energy markets. The global installed capacity of wind energy is forecast to reach 1,062 thousand megawatt by the year 2017. Major factors driving growth in the global wind energy market include depleting natural resources, volatile crude oil prices, concerns on climate change, and rising demand for energy worldwide. Growth in the global market would be led by developing regions, primarily Asia-Pacific, with China and India increasingly becoming power hungry, driven by the rising energy needs in these countries in tandem with the increasing economic growth. The uncertainty and unrest in the energy sector, rapidly depleting natural resources, together with the political pressures and environmental issues, are shedding the light on the rapidly evolving role of clean technologies, such as wind power. Share ThisShareThis Email Contact Email PDF Version PDF Printer Friendly Version Print

Amerisafe Announces Upgraded Wind Safety Training for Their Safety Consultants

Amerisafe is pleased to announce their upgraded internal and external safety training specific to the wind industry. Started on February 1, 2012, Amerisafe has been actively working to improve their safety consultants' training for current and upcoming Wind projects.

American Solar Wholesale supplies 1/3 MW of their "Perfection Series" Solar Modules for Two DOD Military Base Installations

American Solar Wholesale delivered 366 KW of "Perfection Series" solar modules to Ft. Bragg and Camp Lejeune Military Bases for FLS Energy projects as part of the U.S. Military Renewable Energy Program.

Satcon Selected by Unity Electric, LLC for 16 Megawatts in New Jersey

Company to Deliver its Industry-Leading PowerGate Plus 500 Kilowatt Solutions for One of the Largest Installations in the North East United States

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