So, the winner of our Wind Uprising DVD giveaway is a Randy Allen Bishop (will contact you). Now, here’s a compilation of wind power stories from around the internet this week:
- Jack-Up Barge B.V. signs multi-year charter agreement with BARD Group [Marine Log]
- China’s XEMC prepares ground for first European wind turbines [Business Green]
- Cape Wind May Drop To Second In Race To Be First Offshore [Boston Herald]
- Enel Green Power wins 3 wind farm projects in Brazil [Reuters]
- China Ming Yang, China Wind Power ink wind farm deal [Reuters]
- Navajo Nation and Edison Mission Energy to Jointly Own Boquillas Wind Farm in Arizona [Indian Country Today Media Network]
- Salazar Wants Offshore Wind Expedited [The Boston Globe]
- U.S. Interior Department Solicits Developers for Rhode Island Offshore Wind Farm [Providence Business News]
- Giant 10MW Britannia wind turbine project shelved [Business Green]
- ABS: Approval in Principle for Floating [Marine Link]
- First turbine starts spinning at Vattenfall’s Ormonde offshore wind farm [Business Green]
- Vestas poised to green light UK factory if offshore turbine orders materialise [Business Green]
- Vestas strong orders underscore Western edge in wind [Reuters]
- Is Wind Becoming a Victim of Eco-Sabotage? [Greentech Media]
- Koch Brothers Fund Bogus Study Bashing Offshore Wind in New Jersey [Climate Progress]
- During High Temperatures Nuclear, Coal, and Gas Power Plants Go Down, But Wind Turbines Keep Turning [CleanEnergy]
- Electric Cars Plugged In Overnight Could Get Most Of Their Electricity From Wind [Autos]
- Community Wind: Small Now, But Growing [Greentech Media]
- Brazil’s booming wind sector faces auction test [Reuters]
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