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Tuesday, November 29, 2016
EIA lists top wind turbine manufacturers of 2015
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EIA lists top wind turbine manufacturers of 2015 | Opinion: US cities can keep up momentum on clean energy | Conn. energy department advances 25 small wind, clean energy projects
GE accounted for 42% of the nation's total turbine installation last year, followed by Vestas Wind Systems at 34%, according to the Energy Information Administration. The report said turbines from the top three companies, which also includes Siemens, accounted for 76% of the 55 gigawatts of the US' total installed wind capacity at the end of 2015.
Cities across the US are responsible for carrying on the climate change fight under the leadership of President-elect Donald Trump, writes Joan Fitzgerald, a professor at Northeastern University. "Whether by transitioning to renewable energy, supporting smart grid development, pushing energy-efficient buildings, or supporting the infrastructure for electric vehicles, cities are already at the forefront of the fight," she writes.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has reviewed more than 100 proposals for small-scale clean energy projects in New England and chosen 25 to move forward with. The wind, solar and other clean energy projects are expected to add 402 megawatts of installed clean energy capacity to the grid.
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The Electricity Supply Board of Ireland has ordered 14 N90/2500 turbines from Nordex for its 33.1-megawatt Castlepook project in County Cork, according to the utility. Nordex said that the deal also includes service agreements for a total of 27 turbines owned by ESB.
Suzlon Energy has won a contract from an undisclosed company to supply a 50.4-megawatt wind farm in Andhra Pradesh, India, with 24 2.1-MW S95 turbines. The project is expected to begin operations in March.
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RES has agreed to provide Blue Transmission Walney 1 with operations and maintenance services for the Walney 1 offshore wind farms' transmission assets for a five-year period, according to the companies. The 183.6-megawatt project is located off the coast of England.
President-elect Donald Trump may have a harder time rolling back President Barack Obama's climate policies than expected, according to this analysis. Observers say that Trump won't be able to eliminate the Environmental Protection Agency or easily change any rules that have been finalized and implemented.
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These stories were selected and summarized by independent editors at SmartBrief Inc., not by AWEA's staff, and do not represent AWEA positions. They reflect the variety of daily coverage of American wind power.