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Alterra to partner with Vestas, Blattner on Texas wind farm

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AWEA's Kiernan: Md. clean energy bill would drive economic growth | Opinion: Rejecting wind now would hurt the US later | Gamesa acquires 100% stake in Adwen JV
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AWEA's Kiernan: Md. clean energy bill would drive economic growth
The American Wind Energy Association and other clean energy advocates met at the Maryland State House on Wednesday to seek a veto override for the Clean Energy Jobs Act. AWEA CEO Tom Kiernan said AWEA strongly supports the bill, which would create "new jobs in wind power and other industries while attracting hundreds of millions of dollars in new private investment to Maryland."
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Opinion: Rejecting wind now would hurt the US later
Rejecting wind and other renewables would have long-term consequences for the US, writes Art Cornell. "We badly need wind energy and other solar energies to slow down the changing climate and to decrease the use of natural gas that is currently used to heat our homes but will someday be gone," he writes.
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Gamesa acquires 100% stake in Adwen JV
Gamesa has officially become the sole owner of Adwen, an offshore wind joint venture that it previously shared with Areva. "This sale is part of the transformation plan undertaken by Areva to refocus its business on nuclear fuel cycle activities," said Areva. (U.K.) (1/6) 
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Alterra to partner with Vestas, Blattner on Texas wind farm
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Alterra Power has contracted Vestas and Blattner Energy to provide it with turbines and construction services for its 200-megawatt Flat Top project under development in Texas, said the company. Alterra added that it has ordered 100 Vestas V110 2-MW turbines for the project.
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Vattenfall to expand 300-MW offshore wind farm in UK
Vattenfall has unveiled plans to expand its 300-megawatt Thanet offshore wind farm off the coast of England after nixing a similar proposal in 2010. A company spokesman said the expansion would include 34 additional turbines and have a total capacity up to 340 MW.
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Suzlon to supply Axis with 50 turbines for Indian project
Suzlon has agreed to supply Axis Energy with 50 2.1-megawatt S111 turbines for a 105-MW wind farm in Andhra Pradesh, India, according to the companies. The project will be built in two phases. (U.K.) (1/6) 
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Climate Trust releases list of top market trends for 2017
Climate Trust releases list of top market trends for 2017
The nonprofit Climate Trust released a list of 10 carbon market trends to watch for during 2017. The organization predicts states and local governments will lead the US' clean energy transition and that private industries will continue to become more environmentally conscious. (1/5) 
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UK used more renewables in 2016 than coal, report says
Renewables accounted for 11.5% of the UK's total electricity generation in 2016, while only 9.2% came from coal, according to UK climate website Carbon Brief. The publication said 2016 also marked the first time coal generation fell below 10% of the nation's total energy mix since it became popular in the 1800s.
Daily Express (London) (1/5) 
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Report: Costa Rica sourced 98.1% of its total electricity from renewables in 2016
Costa Rica sourced 98.1% of its total electricity from renewables in 2016, according to the Electricity Institute. The report said that 2016 marks the second consecutive year that renewables provided the majority of the nation's electricity, down from 99% in 2015.
Inhabitat (1/5) 
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    Yesterday was National Bird Day, offering a good chance to share the positive story about wind energy and birds. What do some of America's most respected conservation groups think about wind power? "Audubon strongly supports properly sited wind power as a renewable energy source that helps reduce the threats posed to birds and people by climate change." Read more.
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