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Renewable power capacity in the U.S. will grow more with the extension of the production tax credit passed as part of the American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA) of 2012, with the largest increase occurring with wind power projects.
Chesapeake Energy Corp., the second-largest producer of natural gas, has announced that Robert Douglas Lawler will join the company as chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors on June 17.
Juhl Energy acquired two wind energy projects in New Brunswick from developer Terravis Wind.
Competitive Power Ventures (CPV), GE’s GE Energy Financial Services subsidiary and Diamond Generating Corp. (DGC) said May 16 that commercial operations began at a natural gas-fired power plant in California.
Fluor Corp. reached a settlement with Greater Gabbard Offshore Winds on all outstanding claims related to construction of the 500 MW Greater Gabbard offshore wind project off the coast of England.
The National Science Foundation is awarding a $20 million grant to Nevada’s higher education system to help fund research on solar power.
Green Energy Renewable Solutions Inc. and Cirque Energy II, LLC, a privately-owned renewable energy development company, have merged.
The Nebraska Electric Generation and Transmission Co-op Inc. is asking Nebraska Public Power District to eliminate proposed investments in wind energy, emissions controls and energy efficiency programs.
SolarCity signed a lease financing agreement with Goldman Sachs to fund more than $500 million to develop some 110 MW of solar power.
A survey conducted by the KPMG Global Energy Institute shows that a majority of energy executives believe the U.S. can reach energy independence by 2030.