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News and in-depth analysis of wind power, wind farms and wind industry companies and policy from the United States, Canada and Mexico.
US: GE remains optimistic of a continuing "strong global demand for onshore wind" despite a "challenging price dynamic" cutting its renewables profit by half.
UNITED STATES: The Missouri supreme court has ruled state regulators wrongly rejected a development permit for the Grain Belt Express high voltage transmission line.
UNITED STATES: Developer Ørsted has started measuring wind and wave conditions to determine the best turbine locations for its Ocean Wind project off the coast of New Jersey.
UNITED STATES: New York state will hold a solicitation for 800MW of offshore wind capacity in the fourth quarter of 2018.
CANADA: Four large wind farms are among hundreds of other renewable energy projects to have their contracts cancelled by the new Ontario government.
UNITED STATES: Utility Duke Energy has abandoned plans to source 500MW of wind energy in the Carolinas due to financial concerns. It will instead try to source other renewable energy sources.
United States WindEconomics: Database reveals long life of US turbines
United States Cape Wind: Requiem for a dream
United States Offshore wind more valuable than onshore in some areas