- Published: 03 August 2006 03 August 2006
Governor Edward Rendell recently reactivated PEDA, which awarded US$193,000 to Southwest Windpower to place 15 turbines in highly visible locations at schools, local government buildings and other public facilities.
- Published: 01 August 2006 01 August 2006
The Boards of UK’s two leading renewable energy trade associations have written to their members to confirm that they are exploring the prospects for a merger.
- Published: 27 July 2006 27 July 2006
At the World Wind Energy Conference WWEC 2005 in Melbourne, Australia, in November 2005 the Premier of the Australian State of Victoria, Steve Bracks, opened the Conference with an announcement of a new Victorian Governmental policy.
- Published: 17 July 2006 17 July 2006
The International Renewable Energy Alliance, an alliance of the three international renewable energy organisations, the International Hydropower Association IHA, the International Solar Energy Society ISES and the World Wind Energy Association WWEA, calls upon the heads of states and governments of the G8 countries to give full priority to renewable energy deployment.
- Published: 14 July 2006 14 July 2006
While European wind power markets will grow at a measured pace over the next six years, adding over 42,000MW of new wind power capacity, significant shifts in wind plant ownership and wind turbine supply are taking hold according to a new study by Emerging Energy Research, a research and advisory company based in Barcelona, Spain, and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Published: 22 May 2006 22 May 2006
Air Marshal Shahid Hamid (retd), Chairman of the Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB), said 13 leading investors had been given letters of commitment to install wind power turbines and as a result 650MW of wind power would be feeded into the national grid by the end of 2007.