Boehringer Ingelheim Transitions to Wind to Power Missouri Manufacturing Site

Boehringer Ingelheim, a research-driven pharmaceutical company, has transitioned to wind energy to power its largest U.S. manufacturing site in St. Joseph, Mo., as part of a broader company commitment to environmental sustainability. The company recently signed a 10-year contract with … Read More

Enel Green Power Secures Aggregation Deals for Energy from Azure Sky

MilliporeSigma, Akamai Technologies Inc., Synopsys and Uber, with support from Sustainability Roundtable Inc.’s Net Zero Consortium for Buyers, have signed power purchase agreements with Enel Green Power, a developer, long-term owner and operator of renewable energy plants, for the energy … Read More

Duke Energy Achieves Commerical Operation of Oklahoma Wind Project

Duke Energy Renewables, a commercial business unit of Duke Energy, has achieved commercial operation of the largest wind power project in its fleet – the 350 MW Frontier Windpower II project in Kay County, Okla. The project is an expansion … Read More

American Clean Power Provides Updates on the CLEANPOWER Conference

American Clean Power, a federation of renewable energy companies, says the in-person component of the CLEANPOWER 2021 conference and exhibition will be held Dec. 7-8, in Salt Lake City, Utah.  American Clean Power released the following statement detailing the two … Read More

Cadeler Secures Turbine Transportation, Installation Contract

Cadeler A/S, a provider of installation services and operation and maintenance works for the offshore wind industry, has signed its largest contract. Siemens Gamesa, a supplier of wind power solutions, awarded Cadeler the contract of approximately $90 million, with an … Read More

California Utility Exceeds RPS Renewable Delivery Goals

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E), a subsidiary of PG&E Corp., says it has exceeded California’s Renewables Portfolio Standard (RPS) goal requiring energy providers to deliver 33% renewable energy by the end of 2020.  PG&E estimates that it delivered over … Read More

GCube: Renewable Insurance Needs to Adapt to Changing Landscape

Extreme weather events that fall outside of traditionally modeled natural catastrophe (Nat Cat) definitions – including hailstorms, wildfires and extreme cold – are continuing to increase rapidly in frequency and severity, resulting in significant losses in the renewable energy sector. … Read More

Sarens Looks to Expand North American Presence in Offshore Wind Sector

Sarens, a global company that specializes in crane rental services, heavy lifting and engineered transport, has unveiled its business priorities for its North American operations for the year ahead.  Petrochemical, offshore, nuclear, wind or civil works (construction) will be key … Read More

NRG Systems Opens ZX Lidars Service, Support Center

NRG Systems Inc., a designer and manufacturer of smart technologies for a range of wind, solar and meteorological applications, has opened a ZX Lidars service and support center at its headquarters in Vermont.  NRG Systems introduced the U.K.-based Lidar OEM’s … Read More

WEC Energy Group, Invenergy Purchase Apex’s Jayhawk Wind Project

Apex Clean Energy, a company that develops, constructs and operates utility-scale wind and solar power facilities across North America, says WEC Energy Group and Invenergy have purchased the Jayhawk Wind project, including a renewable power purchase agreement (PPA) with Facebook. … Read More