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Cape Wind makes annual $88,000 lease payment for Mass. offshore wind farm

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Amazon East wind farm won't affect radar, says Pentagon | Xcel hopes to use Vestas turbines at 600-MW wind farm in Colo. | Cape Wind makes annual $88,000 lease payment for Mass. offshore wind farm
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Amazon East wind farm won't affect radar, says Pentagon
Avangrid Renewables' Amazon Wind Farm US East in North Carolina won't interfere with military radar, contrary to recent claims by Republican lawmakers in the state, according to the Pentagon. "The Navy is committed to working with developers to ensure that renewable energy projects are compatible with our mission and operations," Navy spokesman Lt. Chika Onyekanne said.
The Associated Press (1/19) 
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Xcel hopes to use Vestas turbines at 600-MW wind farm in Colo.
Xcel Energy has entered into a conditional supply agreement with Vestas to use 300 of its turbines at a 600-megawatt wind farm under development in Colorado, said the companies. "If and when the project translates into a firm and unconditional order ... Vestas will disclose a company announcement about this," the company said. (U.K.) (4/13) 
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Cape Wind makes annual $88,000 lease payment for Mass. offshore wind farm
Cape Wind made the $88,000 annual lease payment for its offshore wind farm in December even though the project stalled after a series of lawsuits and power purchase agreement issues, according to Bureau of Ocean Energy Management spokeswoman Tracy Moriarty. Observers say the payment may signal that Cape Wind still plans to pursue the project.
Cape Cod Times (Mass.) (tiered subscription model)/State House News Service (1/19) 
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Gamesa to supply Iberdrola with turbines for 2 projects in Mexico
Gamesa said it won contracts to supply Iberdrola with 84 G114 2.626-megawatt turbines and 50 G114 2.1-MW machines for its Pier IV and Santiago Eolico wind firms, respectively, in Mexico. The projects will have a combined capacity of 325.5 MW.
SeeNews Renewables (1/20) 
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Operations & Maintenance
LM Wind to expand Canadian turbine blade factory
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LM Wind Power has unveiled plans to expand a turbine blade factory in Quebec with the goal of supplying the US wind industry with more components. "With this investment, LM Wind Power Canada will become the largest supplier of wind turbine components in Quebec and will export 100% of its production," said Quebec Energy Minister Pierre Arcand. (U.K.) (1/20) 
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Economy, Energy & Trends
New York town named "clean energy community"
New Castle is New York's first small town to be named a "clean energy community" by the Clean Energy Communities initiative. "This designation has highlighted the importance that we place on renewable energy and sustainability," said Town Supervisor Robert Greenstein.
The Journal News (White Plains, N.Y.) (tiered subscription model) (1/18) 
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Report: Germany added 818 MW of installed offshore wind capacity in 2016
Germany added 818 megawatts of installed offshore wind capacity in 2016, according to wind group BWE. The report said Europe's total installed offshore wind capacity hit 4.108 gigawatts at the end of 2016 and is poised to reach 6.5 GW by 2020.
Reuters (1/19),  SeeNews Renewables (1/19) 
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United Arab Emirates to invest $50M in Caribbean renewables
The United Arab Emirates has unveiled plans to invest $50 million in the UAE-Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund, a new vehicle designed to encourage renewable energy development in the Caribbean. Wind, solar, geothermal and waste-to-energy projects are expected to qualify for funding under the program.
SeeNews Renewables (1/19) 
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Top 4 things said about wind during Perry's nomination hearing
Energy secretary nominee and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry highlighted wind energy throughout his Senate confirmation hearing. Here are the top four things said about wind during Rick Perry's nomination hearing yesterday.
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