MidAmerican Energy is buying 176 wind turbines from Siemens this year for Iowa wind farms, and an Iowa factory will make components for the turbines.
Siemens has selected Broadwind Energy to supply 100-meter towers built in Wisconsin for its expansion of the MidAmerican wind energy project in Iowa.
Siemens, which already manufactures nacelles in Kansas, has now opened a big wind-energy storage and distribution center in the state.
Pattern Energy Group and Siemens have reached a financing agreement for Finca de Viento Santa Isabel, the first commercial wind energy project in Puerto Rico.
A Siemens plant in Hutchinson, Kan., that manufactures nacelles for wind turbines wins LEED Gold certification for its many energy efficient and green features.
The recently completed 29.9-megawatt addition to MidAmerican Energy’s wind plant near Pomeroy is the first of three expansion projects planned for Iowa.
The money falls into place for Germany’s first privately financed offshore wind-power plant, a 288-megawatt farm in the North Sea.
Boeing and Siemens have announced a strategic agreement to supply smart grid technology to the U.S. Department of Defense for grid security.
North Sea wind-power development means two big deals for ABB and Siemens to use high-voltage direct current transmission lines to bring power to the mainland.
MidAmerican Energy has three wind turbine projects underway in Iowa, that combined add enough renewable energy at capacity to power 190,000 homes.
San Francisco nabbed the “most sustainable city” title in the Green Cities Index, which assessed and compared 27 large cities on environmental performance and policies.