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  • 02/24/2011 -- New projects in Ontario
    The projects represent more than 872 MW of renewable power.
  • 02/07/2011 -- elementwind
    Element Power has started construction works on the 50 MW Macho Springs wind power project in Luna County, New Mexico.
  • 02/24/2011 -- Siemens to supply wind turbines for 320 MW German offshore wind farm
    Siemens is to supply up to 89 wind turbines for Danish utility DONG Energy for a 320 MW offshore wind farm in Germany.
  • 02/21/2011 -- Vestas to deploy floating wind turbine off Portugal coast
    Danish wind turbine maker Vestas has signed and agreement with WindPlus for the deployment of the first offshore project integrating a wind turbine with a full-scale semi-submersible floating structure.
  • 02/02/2011 -- alstomwind
    Alstom Wind and the National Institute for Renewable Energy said testing has begun on the first Alstom wind turbine to be certified in North America
  • 06/30/2011 -- Loan guarantees awarded to solar projects
    The U.S. Energy Department awarded conditional loan guarantees worth $4.5 billion to three alternating current CadmiumTelluride (Cd-Te) thin-film solar photovoltaic (PV) projects that will use First Solar modules and inverters.
  • 03/14/2011 -- GE wind turbine
    GE has signed a contract to supply a 4.1-113 wind turbine and associated services to Göteborg Energi for installation in the harbor in Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • 03/22/2011 -- Mexico solar project
    Skyline Solar has announced that its Skyline X14 System has been selected for a 500 kW concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) plant to be built in Durango, Mexico.
  • 03/03/2011 -- AMSC wind
    American Superconductor Corp. received initial wind turbine electrical control system orders from China's Dongfang Turbine Co. Ltd.
  • 03/18/2011 -- Uruguay explores wind link-up with India
    Uruguay is considering working with Indian companies  in developing its wind power sector as demand continues to rise, according to a report in Wind Power monthly.
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