News

  • Madrid, Jul 29 (EFE).- Spanish electric utility company Iberdrola has begun turbine assembly for a new 202 MW wind farm in the U.S. state of Texas, a project with an investment cost of $400 million, the company said Tuesday.
  • Boralex Inc. ("Boralex" or the "Corporation"), through its subsidiary Boralex Europe S.A., has acquired Calmont 14 MW wind power project in the Midi-Pyrénées region in France.
  • Fitch Ratings has affirmed Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.'s (Associated or AECI) 'AA-' rating on its implied senior secured obligations. AECI's rating takes into account approximately $1.8 billion of secured debt obligations, but is implied since none of the debt is publicly held.
  • Fitch Ratings has affirmed Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.'s (Associated or AECI) 'AA-' rating on its implied senior secured obligations. AECI's rating takes into account approximately $1.8 billion of secured debt obligations, but is implied since none of the debt is publicly held.
  • If all goes according to Geronimo Energy's plan, Stearns County will soon be a major producer of solar energy.
  • UNS Energy Corp., the parent of Tucson Electric Power Co., posted sharply higher second-quarter profits mainly due to higher rates approved in mid-2013.
  • Finavera Wind Energy Inc. ('Finavera Wind Energy', 'Finavera' or the 'Company') (TSX-V: FVR) is pleased to announce it has received a final $16.5 million of consideration, primarily in the form of debt forgiveness, from Pattern Renewable Holdings Canada ULC, a subsidiary of Pattern Energy Group LP ('Pattern Development') as the final amount payable under the Purchase and Sale Agreement for 184 megawatts (MW) of wind projects, previously announced on April 29th, 2013.
  • A solar-farm company is appealing Smithfield's rejection of its bid to build a solar farm in the town limits.
  • Georgia's heavy but waning reliance on coal puts it at the center of a debate about how far the nation should go -- and how much it should spend -- to battle climate change.
  • State officials are seeking applications for up to $250 million to fund large-scale clean-energy generation projects -- including wind farms, fuel cells, biomass and renewable biogas facilities, and upgrades to small or mid-sized hydropower operations -- as part investments to promote renewable energy.