300MW project under construction and expected to be operational by year-end 2019MORE ❯
Investments in green infrastructure projects are key to supporting the unique needs of northern communities, while protecting the environment and promoting cleaner, more sustainable energy options that will benefit northerners for generations to come.
300MW project under construction and expected to be operational by year-end 2019
Agreement reduces the reliance on coal and adds incremental renewables to the grid without increasing cost
Project highlights BP’s commitment to innovation and transition to a low-carbon future
Leading wind development company Boralex install grid-compliant Permanent Met Lidars, integrated in to Siemens wind turbines.
Wisconsin customers to benefit from clean, affordable wind power
Leading predictive analytics provider hooks up 950MW to its hardware, software and analytics platform for Pattern Energy, expanding 4-year long relationship between the two companies in North America.
Brazos Wind Ventures, LLC, a subsidiary of Shell Wind Energy ("Shell"), has signed an operations and maintenance contract with E.ON Energy Services LLC (EES) for its site near Fluvanna, Texas. E.ON will perform scheduled maintenance services on the 160-megawatt (MW) site.
Expanded North American benchmarking study says larger projects have greater cost-stability over time
Aerial Detection System monitoring avian activity at Manzana Wind Power Project
In a plan filed today with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, MidAmerican Energy Company proposes a series of measures to help minimize how wind turbines may impact bald eagles and four bat species.
Mortenson announced today it has been selected by MidAmerican Energy Company to build two wind farms in Iowa as part of the company’s Wind XI Project, a broader plan to install 2,000 MW of wind energy in the state by 2019. The new Arbor Hill and Ivester wind farms will be Mortenson’s 16th and 17th wind projects built in the state for MidAmerican Energy, adding 341 MW to Iowa’s substantial electric grid.
Port of Corpus Christi’s new laydown yard, Rincon West, received its first shipment of wind energy components on July 14th. Top wind manufacturer, Vestas, is scheduled to import nacelles, hubs, drive trains and blades for the Blue Cloud Wind Farm, located in Texas Panhandle counties Baily/Lamb. Rincon West will serve as the first point of rest for the imported breakbulk cargo prior to components being shipped via truck to the job site. Developed by Tri-Global Energy, the 148 MW Blue Cloud wind farm is comprised of 19,000 leased acres of privately owned farm land.
Transportation Partners and Logistics, LLC (TP&L) announced today that it has acquired two new cranes to further its reach in transporting of oversized and overweight cargo across the supply chain, including wind power and oil and gas projects throughout North America. These new purchases include a Liebherr LR 1300 SX crawler crane for its largest distribution center located in Garden City, Kansas and a Terex HC 285 crawler crane in its Enid, Oklahoma location, which was purchased through Wyoming Machinery Company. These acquisitions come as a result of the company’s visibility into future projects, such as wind turbines, where components are growing in size and will be to up to 62 meters in length as early as next year.
- Bank of America Commits to Long-Term REC Purchases from the Project
- GE’s Wind Integrated Solar Energy (WiSE) Technology Platform used to Maximize Energy Production
- Venture Illustrates Potential of Hybrid Solutions to Accelerate Penetration of Renewable Energy
- Scope includes supply of 48 SG 3.4-132 and 14 SWT-2.3-108 wind turbines for Southern Power and a 20-year service and maintenance agreement