July 5, 2011

July 4, 2011

WV Wind Energy up 25%, Roadblocks Remain

West Virginia's wind energy production has increased by more than 25 percent in the past year, though authorities say there are still a few roadblocks to widespread wind development in the state.

 

 

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$3M Given to Western MT Biomass Projects

Two western Montana mills and the University of Montana have received a share of nearly $3 million from the U.S. Forest Service to develop renewable energy projects to turn woody materials from forests into energy.

 

 

PG&E Adds Most Utility-Scale Solar Power In 2010

California's Pacific Gas & Electric was the biggest U.S. utility-scale solar investor in 2010, installing 157.3 megawatts in new capacity that year, according to a Top 10 report from the Solar Electric Power Association.

PG&E Adds Most Utility-Scale Solar Power In 2010

California's Pacific Gas & Electric was the biggest U.S. utility-scale solar investor in 2010, installing 157.3 megawatts in new capacity that year, according to a Top 10 report from the Solar Electric Power Association.

Minnesota Utility Announces 3rd ND Wind Project

Minnesota Power announced it has accelerated plans to build a third wind energy project in North Dakota, citing a competitive turbine market, federal production tax credits and regulatory support as factors.

 

$3M Given to Western MT Biomass Projects

Two western Montana mills and the University of Montana have received a share of nearly $3 million from the U.S. Forest Service to develop renewable energy projects to turn woody materials from forests into energy.

 

 

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