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Nordex CEO: US wind policies to remain stable through 2020

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Nordex CEO: US wind policies to remain stable through 2020 | Trump deserves a chance, says Siemens CEO | 3M teams up with Altitec to add vortex generators to blades
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Nordex CEO: US wind policies to remain stable through 2020
US policies on wind energy aren't likely to change before the end of the decade, Nordex CEO Lars Bondo Krogsgaard said. "Wind power is big business in the United States," he said, adding that the nation's industry employs roughly 100,000 individuals.
Reuters (11/10) 
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Trump deserves a chance, says Siemens CEO
Siemens and other wind developers -- especially those that don't rely on US support mechanisms -- may thrive under the leadership of President-elect Donald Trump, said CEO Joe Kaeser today. "Give him a chance; let's see what we can do together and take the positive out of it," he said.
Reuters (11/10) 
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3M teams up with Altitec to add vortex generators to blades
3M teams up with Altitec to add vortex generators to blades
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3M has partnered with Altitec, a firm that specializes in repairing turbine blades, to add 3M wind vortex generators to its blades, according to the companies. Altitec said that the upgrade, which aims to improve the aerodynamics of blades, could increase a turbine's output between 2% and 3% annually. (U.K.) (11/9) 
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Growth-oriented restaurant owners today are looking beyond the bottlenecks of POS solutions to access a cloud of smart apps that analyze data automatically and provide owners with access to cost-effective, best-of-breed, big data solutions. This report gives you an overview of recent trends that will help you save costs on inventory, lost productivity, and line speed. Download now.
Project Focus
No decision on Orion's Jordan Creek project in Ind.
The Warren County, Ind., Board of Zoning Appeals failed to reach a decision on Orion Renewable Energy's proposed Jordan Creek project during a meeting on Wednesday. The board will meet again Nov. 28 to discuss the proposed wind farm, which could feature up to 150 turbines.
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, Ind.) (tiered subscription model) (11/9) 
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UK firm acquires 22.55-MW RES project in Scotland
The Renewables Infrastructure Group, an investment firm based in the UK, has officially purchased Renewable Energy Systems' 22.55-megawatt Freasdail wind farm in Scotland. It will feature 11 Senvion 2.05-MW MM82 turbines.
SeeNews Renewables (11/9) 
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Policy Watch
Energy policies can't be dismantled overnight, says expert
President-elect Donald Trump won't have the power to dismantle the nation's renewable energy policies overnight, and any change that does occur won't happen quickly, said Karl Rabago, executive director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center in New York. He added that renewables would continue to be a top priority for the rest of the world even if Trump ends the Clean Power Plan and other renewable energy initiatives at home. (11/9) 
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Trump trade policies could raise renewable energy costs, say observers
President-elect Donald Trump's global trade policies could increase the costs associated with renewables by placing higher tariffs on the importation of renewable energy equipment, according to this piece. Some are concerned that the Trump administration may also roll back support mechanisms for renewables. (11/9) 
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AWEA ready to work with President-elect Trump to strengthen US economy
The American Wind Energy Association is ready to work with President-elect Donald Trump and his administration to assure that wind power continues to be a vibrant part of the U.S. economy. An unstoppable shift to a cleaner energy economy is underway, and the fundamentals of wind energy in America are strong. Read more.
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