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Rep. Reed: Extension needed for ITC, a major driver of distributed wind

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Rep. Reed: Extension needed for ITC, a major driver of distributed wind | E.ON wins 12-year PPA with J&J for Texas project | Gamesa wins 95-MW turbine order in China
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Rep. Reed: Extension needed for ITC, a major driver of distributed wind
The Investment Tax Credit for on-site residential and commercial wind systems must be extended if the nation wants to continue to reap the rewards it brings to the small and distributed sector of the wind industry, said Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y. "We care about ensuring America's energy security for the sake of the hardworking men and women from across our region and future generations," he said.
North American Windpower online (10/20) 
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E.ON wins 12-year PPA with J&J for Texas project
E.ON has secured a 12-year power purchase agreement with Johnson & Johnson for its 200-megawatt Colbeck's Corner wind farm in Texas, according to the company. In other news, it has also broken ground on a 278-MW wind farm in Illinois, Radford's Run, which is expected to feature 139 2-MW machines from Vestas.
SeeNews Renewables (10/20) 
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Gamesa wins 95-MW turbine order in China
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Chinese firm Zhognmin has ordered 38 Gamesa G114 2.5-megawatt turbines for its Matoushan and Wangmushan wind farms. Each site will use 19 turbines.
SeeNews Renewables (10/21) 
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Van Oord contracts SAL Heavy Lift for UK offshore wind farm
Van Oord has contracted SAL Heavy Lift to transport foundation components from Germany, Denmark and the UK to its Walney offshore wind farm off the coast of England, according to the companies. The project, which is being built in two phases, will feature 102 Siemens turbines for a total capacity of 367 megawatts.
The Journal of Commerce (U.S.) (tiered subscription model) (10/20) 
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Operations & Maintenance
EU-funded project aims to drive down offshore wind costs
The EU's Community Research and Development Information Service has been working to drive down the costs associated with offshore wind development through a turbine monitoring project dubbed TOWERPOWER, according to this piece. Observers say that opportunities for savings can be found by carefully monitoring a turbine's structural condition.
CleanTechnica (10/20) 
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Port operator fine-tunes UK port for offshore wind activity
UK port operator Peel Ports has begun work on the project that will prepare a port in Great Yarmouth, England, for a flurry of offshore wind activity, according to the company. The port is expected to play a key role in the development of ScottishPower Renewables' 714-megawatt East Anglia 1 and Innogy SE's 336-MW Galloper offshore wind projects. (U.K.) (10/21) 
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Economy, Energy & Trends
Report: Electrical sharing could cut renewables integration costs in EU
Countries in the EU could reduce the costs associated with renewable energy integration and increase their access to renewables by adopting more flexible electricity markets, according to research firm Market4RES. The report touted the benefits of cross-border energy sharing and transparent pricing for all energy forms. (U.K.) (10/20) 
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Policy Watch
Analysis: US' role in global HFC pact could stall in Senate
The Senate may reject a recent pact signed by nearly every country to reduce hydrofluorocarbons if it goes before the chamber for review, according to this analysis. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy said that her agency is unsure whether the deal will require Senate ratification.
The Hill (10/21) 
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